After a brief theatrical release, the Kenneth Branagh-directed/led A Haunting in Venice is set to come home. First, home viewers can find it on digital and streaming on Hulu beginning Halloween 2023 and then on physical formats November 28th. This… Read More ›
Whether you’re a recovering performer, active performer, or normie, there’s something fun for everyone in the home release of “Theater Camp.”
Originally conceived as a short film by screenwriters Noah Galvin (The Good Doctor), Molly Gordon (Booksmart/Shiva Baby), Nick Lieberman, and Ben Platt (Pitch Perfect) and directed in its long-form by first-time feature filmmakers Gordon and Lieberman, the film Theater Camp… Read More ›
Between television and film, people have adapted Stephen King’s work over one hundred times, so there is quite literally no point stating where this adaptation of his work stands with the other works other than the great, the good, and… Read More ›
It’s a strange thing to be a person of a country. You can’t just identify as yourself in the singular as too many things require you to announce in the binary if you’re in support of or against where you… Read More ›
Alexis Jacknow’s “Clock” interrogates society’s preoccupation with procreation. [The Overlook Film Festival]
An off-shoot of 20th Century Studios, 20th Digital Studio works with Hulu to produce a series of horror-centric shorts for October that they call “Bite Size Halloween.” With submissions ranging in a variety of topics from several creators, only a… Read More ›
As I get older, I am finding more things about my body that make me feel genuinely decrepit and gross. Whether it’s my newfound back pain, a new mole somewhere unexpected, or simply coming to the conclusion that my acne… Read More ›
Can I be vulnerable? Can I drop a hot take today? Will you hold it against me? Here goes…I don’t really like any of the Hellraiser films. Now, don’t get me wrong, I love the work of writer Clive Barker,… Read More ›
Another day, another 20th Century Studios film sent to the Hulu graveyard by The Big Mouse in his efforts to slowly choke the life out of the once thriving 87-year-old studio. While assuring audiences from the time of the acquisition… Read More ›
When watching Quinn Shephard’s Not Okay, it may feel familiar to another movie that came out last year based on a popular Broadway show of the same name. The plot is so eerily similar, but with a wider net of… Read More ›
According to the “Making of the Movie” featurette featuring Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard, the inception point for the film began with the two-night Bob’s Burgers Live shows from 2017. Before switching to a fairly detailed walkthrough of the process… Read More ›
“Once upon a time, in a land far far away…” is how most fairytales begin. Soon after, there’s usually an image of a fair princess whose fate is about to be decided by the whims of either a charming prince… Read More ›
The biggest gift I was ever given in life was being gay. Sure, a significant percentage of the world hates me and thinks I’m going to burn in Hell, and the other part really only shows up for Pride Month… Read More ›
The Valet is a remake of a film by the same name from 2006 with an almost identical plot, as well. Having not seen the 2006 film though, count me in for visiting the original soon down the road if… Read More ›
Continuing their reimaging of Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot detective stories, Oscar-winning actor/director Kenneth Branagh (Belfast) and screenwriter Michael Green (Murder on the Orient Express) re-team for Death on the Nile. This star-studded crime drama not only offers thrills, chills, and… Read More ›
Remember adult thrillers? Remember when major studios actually made them? James Mangold’s Identity at Columbia, Tarsem Singh’s The Cell at New Line Cinema, or even Nimrod Antal’s criminally underrated Vacancy at Screen Gems. It doesn’t really matter if films like… Read More ›
Embark on a journey of the past and present via Questlove’s award-winning doc “Summer of Soul,” now available on home video.
Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson is one of the premier music-makers of his generation. Before he and the other members of The Roots were the in-house band for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, he’d developed a career with and without The… Read More ›
Without stooping to sensationalism, Dawn Porter’s “Rise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer” offers hope amid horror.
In 2020, documentarian Dawn Porter explored two very different political figures via her films John Lewis: Good Trouble and The Way I See It. The first followed Congressman and activist John Lewis, who passed away in 2020, while the second… Read More ›
When it comes to Natalie Morales’s “Plan B,” there really is no alternative if you want humor and heart.
Usually, it takes several entries into a director’s catalogue before they push things or delve into hard to process topics. In Natalie Morales’s first film, Language Lessons (2021), she explored platonic love amid COVID-19 in a film she both wrote… Read More ›
Checco Varese has worked in nearly every aspect of cinematography. He’s been a news photo journalist; he’s shot major music videos, he’s worked for NatGeo; he’s worked on indie and feature films (It: Chapter 2, The 33, Pacific Rim) and… Read More ›