While this sequel was better than Book of Shadows, it failed living up to the original. From the acting to the direction, everything in the first Blair Witch was better. That’s too bad because the last twenty minutes of this film deserve a little recognition for it’s effectiveness. [Read more…]
The 9th Imagine Science Film Festival will run from October 14-21, 2016, with tickets going on sale on September 21.
The festival kicks off at The Cooper Union and the ambitious schedule includes 21 events with over 83 films, with 23 countries represented. As always, the festival will blend inventive documentaries exploring the latest research findings, with compelling scientific fictions, dazzling imagery, and thought-provoking film experiments. [Read more…]
Last year’s delightful horror anthology Tales of Halloween is getting a getting a home video release just in time for Halloween fun this year!
There will be a pre-release signing event at Dark Delicacies in Burbank CA, featuring many of the cast and directors from the film signing copies of this collector’s edition box set. [Read more…]
The first entries in the 2016 Screamfest Horror Film Festival lineup have been announced! The festival will run from October 18-27 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood, and festival badges are now on sale. [Read more…]
On September 1st, skywatchers in parts of Africa will see the Moon pass directly in front of the Sun, creating an annular solar eclipse.
During an annular solar eclipse, the Moon is farther away from Earth than during a total solar eclipse, so it appears smaller and doesn’t completely cover the Sun. [Read more…]
Star Trek is the vision of, the hope for, and the belief in the human spirit and all of which we are capable. An Earth without poverty, war, or discrimination. Where everyone’s strengths are valued, and we unify to go beyond our greatest imaginings. [Read more…]
With every new release, my disdain for horror films swells with contempt. Lifeless CGI and high production values have reduced this storied genre into a bag of monotonous tricks and repetitious cliches. However, every now and then a great film is released which re-energizes my enthusiasm and hope for the future. [Read more…]
Yes, zombies have been done to death, and this movie doesn’t really break any new ground, but this one is a solid experience, and it’s refreshing to see something put together this well.
So if you’re looking for something that’s suspenseful, claustrophobic, and has a lot of action scenes, I’d recommend giving this one a look. [Read more…]
It’s the characters and the storyline that keep me coming back for more. And I really love the actors involved. It’s a testament to how well done the show is that I want more screen time for almost all of the main supporting characters. I’d like them all to have to be on Dutch’s ship so that we could see them all the time. [Read more…]
Kubo and the Two Strings is not your ordinary animated film and if you are looking for a Disney type film, this might not be for you. But I found it beautiful and heartwarming with excellent use of stop motion effects. [Read more…]
Noah and Daren really enjoyed Pete’s Dragon, and think the reimagining doesn’t harm the original, while still managing to tell an engaging (if perhaps a little overlong) story. [Read more…]
I was hooked before the first episode finished, and by the end of episode 4, “Vessel”, I’d begun to joke that in Killjoys I’d found my new Firefly… but it wasn’t until well after Season 1 had finished airing and I’d begun to really think about the show that I realized my running joke was more true than I had imagined at the time.
For me, Killjoys is the new Firefly. [Read more…]