America’s largest and longest running horror film festival, Screamfest Horror Film Festival, is proud to announce the first wave of its official 2017 film line up. In its 17th year, the festival, which will run from Oct. 10-19, 2017 at the TCL Chinese in Hollywood, has launched careers – providing a platform for filmmakers and […]
Magnet Releasing’s BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL, opening in theaters on November 3, is the 100th film from genre master Takashi Miike.
An action-fantasy epic based on the Japanese manga series, BLADE OF THE IMMORTAL will have its North American premiere at Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX (September 21 – 28). [Read more…]
Realive explores how in an instant your life can change and makes you face your mortality. The future no longer seems like an eternity with endless possibilities. How do you come to terms with your impending expiration date? How do you tell your loved ones and prepare them for a life without you? [Read more…]
The project was initiated by Lightstorm, James Cameron’s production company, DMG Entertainment and Studiocanal. James Cameron’s team oversaw this 3D conversion from start to finish. This highly experienced and award-winning team had already supervised Titanic’s 3D conversion and is currently working on the Avatar sequels. [Read more…]
It’s a good Halloween movie, one that teenagers should see if they’re having a holiday slumber party. As a piece of film narrative I don’t think it’s that strong, but as a Halloween thrill-ride it’s pretty decent. Be aware that there are two post-credit sequences so if you’re a fan of those then be sure to stay all the way through until all the credits have finished rolling. [Read more…]
In trying to serve multiple masters, The Dark Tower leaves too much out of it’s world building and shoves too much in your face as a given simultaneously. Aspects of the film and and story that otherwise would be more than just visually unsettling are glossed over or left unexplored. [Read more…]
As someone who has never read the books I cannot speak to whether or not it does justice to its source material. The little I have heard from fans of the book does not seem positive towards the movie. However, as someone who is not already invested in this world I found quite a bit to enjoy. [Read more…]
The moons of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, the Perseid meteor shower, a partial lunar eclipse and more will be visible [Read more…]
Atomic Blonde is a return to the cold-war era spy genre with a heroine at the top of her game and unafraid to get her hands (very) dirty to get the job done. This film is obviously intended to be the beginning of something more and, though not without its faults, I say it’s a good start for Johnston’s spy tales on the big screen.
Go, have fun, then come back and tell me if you caught all the misdirects. Just remember: “this is the game”… [Read more…]
Noah and Daren are huge comic book fans and have been looking forward to this film for a long time, despite not being familiar with the original comic.
But the lack of chemistry between the main characters and the dialogue falling flat adversely affected the enjoyment of the visually stunning parts of the film. [Read more…]
If you’ve ever wondered what a haunted house looks like from the side of the ghost, or contemplated what would keep you from moving on if you died, or how you’d handle an inexplicable (after)life turn, then A Ghost Story is just the movie to leave you with more questions than answers and ready to work your life to-do list with a vengeance to avoid dying with unfinished business. [Read more…]