New Trailer Released For ‘Birds Of Prey’

We are inching ever closer to the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Warner Bros. film “Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) which will hit theaters on February 7, 2020. Now the final trailer for “Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn)” has arrived giving us even more of a glimpse into what will be in store for the film’s plotline. It helps introduce us to even more of the ever-growing DC-Universe and certainly has us intrigued. In the trailer, we get a better look at the villainous Black Mask aka Roman Sionis, and many believe he is after Harley Quinn due to the fact that she is seen in the trailer opening driving a truck directly into Ace Chemicals which ends up blowing up. It should be noted that the gate guarding the Ace plant reads Janus Corp which is owned by Sionis … hmm…definitely leads to some questions. The official synopsis for the film can be found below: You ever hear the one about the cop, the songbird, the …

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Nightmare Cinema Delivers The Horror Fan’s Deserve To See

This past Christmas I treated myself and got a subscription to Shudder the thriller and horror streaming service. Shudder has a lot of treats to offer horror fans including the hit series Creepshow and Joe Bob Briggs Last Drive-In just to name a few. The movies Shudder has to offer range from the supernatural to the slashers. One of the selling points in getting Shudder was the movie that I’m about to review called Nightmare Cinema. I’m a huge Mick Garris fan, and when I  heard about this film while listening to his podcast Post Mortem, I couldn’t wait to check it out. Nightmare Cinema was the first film I watched on Shudder. The film is an anthology series that follows five strangers into an abandoned theater where they watch their deepest fears playout on the big screen. It was a treat to see Mickey Rourke playing the Projectionist who owns the twilight zone like theater and his different conversations with his victims Each story in the movie is directed by a well-known director in the realm of horror. These …

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The Best Bromances in Film, TV and Hollywood

Whether it’s on the big screen, the small screen or the streets of Hollywood, guy-love is everywhere these days. Sure, it’s great to catch up on which celebrities are dating, but just as much fun to see who they’re hanging out with and how well they’re getting along. Yes, we’re talking about the bromance. The… Read More

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New Poster And Trailer For Gretel And Hansel Released

It’s a new year which means new horror movies are on the horizon. One of the scary movies opening this winter is Gretal and Hansel which will be a dark look into the classic Grim fairy tale. The synopsis for Gretal And Hanel is as follows, A long time ago in a distant fairytale countryside, a young girl leads her little brother into a dark wood in desperate search of food and work, only to stumble upon a nexus of terrifying evil. From Osgood “Oz” Perkins, the director of The Blackcoat’s Daughter and I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House, the film stars Sophia Lillis (It, HBO’s Sharp Objects), newcomer Sammy Leakey, Alice Krige (Star Trek: First Contact, Netflix’s The OA), Jessica De Gouw (WGN’s Underground, The CW’s Arrow) and Charles Babalola (Netflix’s Black Mirror, The Legend of Tarzan. Gretel & Hansel is written by Rob Hayes (Netflix’s Chewing Gum), produced by BrianKavanaugh-Jones (Sinister, Upgrade) and Fred Berger (La La Land, Destroyer) on behalf of Automatik and executive produced by Sandra Yee Ling and Macdara Kelleher. The movie will …

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One Of The Worst Hollywood Ideas Of The Year. Pitting Cats Against Star Wars

It takes a team of dedicated people to make a feature film. If you don’t believe me just watch the ending credits of any film that has come out in the last sixty to seventy years. It takes a lot of hard work and time to tell a tale in ninety minutes, and it can take one or two executives to turn it into a flop. A case in point is the decision to open Cats around the same time as Star Wars. In fact, on further investigation according to IMDB, both films were released on the same day. It is a crazy idea to release a film like Cats against Star Wars which has a built-in fan base of forty plus years. The idea of the fandom and the fan’s thirst for this film should have been enough warning to the producers of Cats and the studio to move the release date. That means somewhere out there someone who gets paid lots and lots of money sat in a board room and the idea of a Cats and Star …

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‘Spies in Disguise’ Directors Say: ‘Will Smith Was Lightning in a Bottle’

An endearing animated spy movie is the perfect Christmas treat. Especially Spies in Disguise, a family-friendly comedy with a stellar cast led by Will Smith as super-spy Lance Sterling, a debonair operative who prefers to work alone. Scientist Walter Beckett (Spider-man’s Tom Holland) is Walter’s exact opposite, a guy who lacks in social skills, but […]

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Hulu New Releases – January 2020

Hulu New Releases – January 2020 Never seen Lethal Weapon or Star Trek? Hulu has you covered with all movies. Looking for a cutesy chick flick instead? My Best Friend’s Wedding, 13 Going on 30, and The Vow will do the trick.  Jan. 1 Bring It!: Season 4 Brockmire: Season 3 Damages Deputy: Series Premiere […]

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What You Can Watch on Disney+ in January 2020

What You Can Watch on Disney+ in January 2020 Didn’t get a chance to get to the theater to check out the 2019 versions of Aladdin and The Lion King? You’re in luck!  January 1 America’s National Parks (Season 1) Austin & Ally (Season 1-4) Billy Dilley’s Super-Duper Subterranean Summer (Season 1) Bugged (Short) Continent […]

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What’s Coming to Amazon Prime January 2020

What’s Coming to Amazon Prime January 2020 Start the new year off right by checking out the full list of what will be available on Amazon Prime this January. January TBA The Forgotten Army: Season 1 *Amazon Original Series January 1 Amores Perros (2000) Arbitrage (2012) Captivity (2007) Cinderfella (1960) The Conspirator (2011) Crisscross (1992) […]

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What’s Coming to Netflix January 2020

What’s Coming to Netflix January 2020 January 1st launches an array of cat and mouse flicks like Catch Me If You Can, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and New York Minute. Check out the full list of options below. Jan. 1 Ghost Stories Messiah Nisman: Death of a Prosecutor Spinning Out The Circle 21 A Cinderella […]

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Surrealist Salvador Dali Once Collaborated With Walt Disney

In 1944, surrealist artist Salvador Dali and Disney studio artist John Hench of Walt Disney came together to collaborate on an animated short film titled “Destino”. The film was only seven minutes in length and was not officially completed and released until 2003.  It took nearly 60 years for “Destino” to make it’s debut and… Read More

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‘Harriet’ ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’ and ‘Little Women’ Win Women Film Critics Circle 2019 Awards

Director Kasi Lemmons was dedicated to telling the impactful story of a woman who put herself in great peril throughout her life to help change the world and her stunning movie Harriet, reflects this commitment to storytelling with rapt attention to detail. In what is just the start of the award’s season, Lemmon’s direction, the […]

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