Despite being in development for years, the Warner Bros. Pictures release The Flash landed with more of a thud than most would have guessed. It centers a beloved DC Comics character in their first solo live action outing, utilizes a… Read More ›
There are few actors whose name recognition is tarnish-free whether appearing in a prestige picture or low-budget romp. In fact, among those few, Nicolas Cage is one where when his name is attached, audiences are aware that, whether good, bad,… Read More ›
No film in the summer of 2023 has the same level of anticipation as The Flash. Audiences are eager to see this “reset” of the DC universe as soon as possible. The addition of characters like Michael Keaton’s Batman and… Read More ›
Universal Pictures releases a “Dracula Sucks Edition” of Chris McKay’s horror comedy “Renfield,” filled with dark delights to extend the cinematic experience.
In a not-so-distant time, when audiences heard the name “Nicolas Cage,” there was an automatic presumption of a performer who’s either doing something huge in the scene as a larger-than-life character or the project as a whole as being of… Read More ›
Nick Cage is BACK (not that he went anywhere) in the home release of “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.”
We should all be so lucky to have as wild and varied a career in whatever we do as actor Nicolas Cage does in his. He’s been in comedies (Valley Girl; Raising Arizona), romances (Moonstruck; Honeymoon in Vegas), action films… Read More ›
Nicholas Cage stars as Nick Cage in the crazily undefinable The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. Award-winning composer Mark Isham was tasked with bringing atmospheric life through music to this project. He did so by paying homage to composers of… Read More ›
EoM contributor Thomas Manning recently took part in a virtual roundtable Q&A with actor Alex Wolff to discuss his performance in the NEON production Pig, written and directed by Michael Sarnoski. Wolff talks about working with Nicolas Cage and Adam… Read More ›
Sion Sono’s odd and beautiful “Prisoners of the Ghostland” arrives in four flavors: 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD, and streaming.
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it countless times: revisiting a film is always bound to reveal something new. We have to be willing — correction — open to that newness because, whether a film is a longtime favorite… Read More ›
Welcome to Fistful of Features, a celebration of film preservation through physical media and the discussion of cinematic treasures to maintain their relevance in the cultural lexicon. This time we’ll be taking a look at a pop culture milestone coming… Read More ›
Sometimes, the movie experience you need most is the one with the least number of hurdles to get over. There’s a comfort that comes from a film that’s so straight-forward and streamlined that you can just kick back and enjoy… Read More ›
“Prisoners of the Ghostland” brings new meaning to the phrase “balls out” in its post-apocalyptic action/adventure tale. [Sundance Film Festival]
A nameless stranger. A damsel in distress. A suicide mission that no one but the best can handle. These three requirements appear in countless stories, from gunslinger westerns of the East to the samurai tales of the West, each possessing… Read More ›
If you’ve ever dabbled in the morbid or macabre, then chances are you’ve come across the works of H.P. Lovecraft. His tales of the strange, the weird, the supernatural, and the horrific have lingered in the cultural zeitgeist with the… Read More ›
Upending conventions by combining trends with personal style, Richard Stanley creates the next best midnight horror movie in “Color Out of Space”.
I have a small connection with Richard Stanley which makes viewing Color Out of Space feel like a strangely touching moment. Stanley’s new film, based on the short story by H.P. Lovecraft, is his first feature film to be produced… Read More ›
Writer/director Jason Cabell draws from personal experience to create crime thriller “Running with the Devil”.
The crime thriller genre has been explored thousands of times, with many different approaches, throughout the history of cinema. Some of the best directors in this category, such as Francis Ford Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Brian de Palma, and Michael Mann,… Read More ›
Some films need to be seen and experienced to be believed; where rumor becomes hype and gives way to the possibility of a false god or a new revelation. As with all things, where you fall depends on how well… Read More ›