31 Mar

Stay the Heck Inside and Read This Unmade Spike Lee ‘Jackie Robinson’ Script

(0)

Despite what some gibbering blowhards might tell you on twitter dot com, you should really stay the heck inside right now. I know it’s inconvenient, I know it’s frustrating, I know everyone just wants this to be over. I get it! But for now, please – stay inside. And if you need something to occupy your […]

full story
31 Mar

Alamo Drafthouse Expands Virtual Cinema to Bring Terror Tuesday and Weird Wednesday Into Your Home

(0)

Alamo Drafthouse recently announced a new Virtual Cinema initiative that will allow indie distributors like Kino Lorber, Film Movement, and Magnolia Pictures to let independently owned movie theaters screen films digitally to viewers. But now they’re also using the new Alamo-at-Home banner to keep some of their longest-running genre programming alive. In conjunction with the […]

full story
31 Mar

CBS All Access Expands Free Trial to 60 Days, So Now’s the Time to Binge ‘The Twilight Zone’ and ‘Star Trek’

(0)

Content! It’s all about content! And if you’re already running out of things to watch at home, CBS All Access is here to help. The streaming subscription service was already offering up a free trial for 30 days, but since it looks like we’re going to be social distancing for at least another month, they’ve […]

full story
31 Mar

You Can Watch the First 8 Minutes of ‘Sonic the Hedgehog’ Online Now

(0)

As fast as the furry blue speedster can run, Sonic the Hedgehog was in and out of theaters. That’s not entirely the video game movie’s fault — like many other recent theatrical releases, Paramount dropped Sonic the Hedgehog early on VOD in the face of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. But maybe fans aren’t racing fast enough to […]

full story
31 Mar

The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen About Magicians

(0)

(Welcome to The Best Movies You’ve Never Seen, a series that takes a look at slightly more obscure, under-the-radar, or simply under-appreciated movies. This week we go point your attention over there while we discuss movies about magicians over here!) Movies about magicians come in all shapes and varieties. To be clear, I’m speaking of films […]

full story
31 Mar

‘The Last Dance’ Trailer: ESPN’s Michael Jordan Documentary Series Bumped Up to April Release

(0)

Even though most of the news these days is terrible, every now and then something good comes out of the coronavirus pandemic. In this case, since ESPN doesn’t have any new sports to air right now, they’ve bumped up the premiere of the 10-part Michael Jordan documentary series The Last Dance. Originally intended to arrive […]

full story
31 Mar

New on Blu-ray: ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’, ‘1917’, ‘Come to Daddy’, ‘The Grudge’, ‘A Hidden Life’

(0)

Welcome to another week in quarantine! As we continue to find ourselves sequestered in our domiciles, there’s never been a better time to block out the horrors of the real world and kick back with some movies. And while streaming is great – and convenient – you just can’t beat the quality of physical media, […]

full story
31 Mar

Exclusive ‘Bad Boys For Life’ Clip Gives Praise to Joe Pantoliano

(0)

Joe Pantoliano (or Joey Pants, as he’s known to some) is one of those legendary character actors who always elevates whatever role he’s playing, no matter how small. It’s just fun to watch him work. And one of his most memorable roles is that of Captain Howard, the perpetually anxious police captain in the Bad Boys franchise. Not […]

full story
31 Mar

‘Better Call Saul’ Review: “JMM” Pushes Jimmy Over the Edge

(0)

This week on Better Call Saul: Kim and Jimmy get hitched! Lalo gets bail! Mike gets to work! Saul Goodman comes out to play (and yell)! Kim Last week’s Better Call Saul ended with a whopper: Kim “proposing” marriage to Jimmy. This week’s episode, “JMM”, proves that wasn’t just a lark. Nor was it something the season […]

full story
31 Mar

Sony Delays ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife,’ ‘Morbius,’ and ‘Uncharted’ to 2021 Amid Coronavirus Concerns

(0)

As the question of how long the coronavirus pandemic will affect the entertainment industry remains unanswered, Sony Pictures is not taking any chances. Sony pushed back its major tentpole movies —including Morbius, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the ever-cursed Uncharted, and the already-delayed Peter Rabbit 2 — to next year. Variety reports that Sony has drastically pushed back its entire 2020 and 2021 […]

full story
to-top