Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg) is our guest on Meet me at the Movies: Open Dialogue. He’s a Grammy-nominated multi-platinum producer, musician, film composer and educator whose versatility puts him on the cutting edge of contemporary music, and whose thirst for… Read More ›
Unite the trilogy on your home shelf with “Zack Snyder’s Justice League.”
If a physical copy weren’t in my hand, it would be hard to believe that director Zack Snyder’s original vision for Justice League was anything more than rumor mixed with fan desire. After a horrific personal situation resulted in the… Read More ›
Let them fight anytime you want with “Godzilla vs. Kong” on home video.
In the blue corner, at a height of 394 feet, is the force of nature himself, Godzilla! In the red corner, at a height of 335 feet, is the one and only King, Kong! As all of humanity waits with… Read More ›
“Godzilla vs. Kong:” Showdown for the Monsterverse.
Not since the 1962 film King Kong vs. Godzilla have the mighty titans faced each other in combat on the silver screen. It was the third film for both and, in keeping with the traditions of perceived heroism, Kong won… Read More ›
War is on the way in “Zack Snyder’s Justice League.”
There have been stories of gods and monsters for as long as there have been oral traditions in communities — stories of creation, stories of destruction, which warn of great evil or encourage altruism. Some of these stories turned into… Read More ›
While not perfect, “Alita: Battle Angel” still warrants the expense of an IMAX and/or 3D viewing.
Adaptations from novel to film are notoriously difficult to pull off, with the chances of success dwindling when the adaptation includes a jump from one culture to another, often because the cultural elements of the source material are intrinsic to… Read More ›