Impractical Jokers Movie News

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment is bringing the pranks into homes this April Fool’s Day with the early digital release of Impractical Jokers: The Movie on April 1, 2020, only five weeks after its successful theatrical debut. The film, an extension of the wildly successful Impractical Jokers series, was directed by Chris Henchy (Daddy’s Home, “Eastbound […]

Stay Quarantined with Amazon Prime’s April 2020 Releases

Amazon to the rescue once again! Do more than order your coronavirus supplies by checking out what’s coming to Amazon Prime this April. Original series, TV shows, and movies are all listed below. Original Series Available April 5 The Tick: Season 2 Available April 12 Diablo Guardian: Season 2 Bug Diaries: Season 1 Available April […]

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Quarantine Yourself with Hulu’s Releases Coming April 2020

Stay away from the coronavirus this April by binge watching Hulu’s new releases. There is an assortment of TV shows that can be watched while quarantined for days on end like Breaking Amish: Complete Seasons 2 & 3 (TLC), Married at First Sight: Complete Season 9 (FYI), and Property Brothers: Complete Seasons 10 & 11 […]

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Social Distance Yourself with Netflix’s April 2020 Releases

The coronavirus is taking over the news stratosphere daily. With more and more cities instructed to practice social distancing, you can keep safe, and entertained, by binge watching these new releases from Netflix.  Available April 1 David Batra: Elefanten I Rummet How to Fix a Drug Scandal The Iliza Shlesinger Sketch Show Nailed It!: Season […]

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Entertain Your Quarantined Kids with Disney+ April 2020 Releases

Kids can be restless during the coronavirus quarantine period. Keep them entertained by tuning into Disney+. An array of new releases will be available in April including such favorites as Doctor Dolittle, National Treasure, and Man in Space. View the full list below. April 1 Doctor Dolittle April 3 Onward Life on the Edge (new […]

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What In The World Happened To Alice Brady’s Oscar?

(PCM) Each and every year the Academy Awards is held to celebrate the best and the brightest talent in Hollywood. Actors, actresses, directors, producers and films are honored as being the greatest and standing up to the test of time. Actors and actresses dream about winning an Academy Award and gripping that golden statuette on… Read More

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Release Date For ‘Black Widow’ Pushed Back Indefinitely

In a statement, we have learned that the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Marvel film “Black Widow” will be pushed back indefinitely! In light of new CDC guidelines calling for eliminating larger public gatherings for eight weeks in response to COVID-19 and the temporary closure of a number of cinemas, the theatrical debut of Black Widow (5/1) will be rescheduled to a future potential date to be determined. We will keep everyone up to date as to when the new release date is revealed!

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The Best and the Worst Leprechaun Movies for St. Patrick’s Day

Leprechauns may be one of the most distinctive emblems of St. Patrick’s Day and the Irish, but, believe it or not, the Irish aren’t too keen on the modern day idea of leprechauns. That’s largely due to the way they’ve been depicted in pictures, movies, cereal boxes and general storytelling. For one, the actual mythology… Read More

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Who has Control Rights for the Remote Control?

Who has Control Rights for the Remote Control? The question often comes up about the use of one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century, the Remote Control. Fifty years after Remote Controls became available to the general public, there are still some people who don’t understand how to determine who ‘rules the remote.’… Read More

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Swallow Film Review: Visually Stunning And Incredibly Jarring

We have to say kudos to writer/director Carlo Mirabella-Davis on his first narrative feature film “Swallow” which paints a terrifying picture of life for a housewife who is tormented by her past, deeply unsatisfied, and suffering from a very dangerous type of mental illness. Hunter, brilliantly played by actress Haley Bennett, is the portrait of the perfect housewife. She cooks, cleans, and is always eager to please her obnoxious husband Richie, played by Austin Stowell, but what we learn over the course of the film is that things are not always as they appear. Soon Hunter’s facade of living the perfect life begins to crumble, as secrets from her past begin to surface and she develops a mental/eating disorder called Pica, which causes her to want to eat dangerous non-edible items such as marbles, push-pins, batteries and even at one point a screwdriver. This disorder leads to Hunter putting herself in a very dangerous cycle of self-harm to which her husband and his equally terrible parents show zero sympathies. She is a woman trapped and stuck in a cycle of …

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The Way Back’s Director Gavin O’Connor on Why We All Need Second Chances

The Way Back’s director Gavin O’Connor is using the game of basketball to tell an important story about overcoming insurmountable odds and coming out the other side to find redemption. The new movie from Warner Bros. is about Jack Cunningham, (Ben Affleck), a former high school basketball star whose life has unraveled and is filled […]

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