An intriguing teen sex metaphor highlights the unusually lyrical horror flick IT FOLLOWS, but does it deliver the goods?Read More
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 has a little bit of everything: Drama, romance, humor and plenty of adventure.Read More America Ferrera, cate blanchett, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Craig Ferguson, Dean DeBlois, Digital HD, Digital HD Review, Djimon Hounsou, DreamWorks Animation, Gerard Butler, How to Train Your Dragon, How To Train Your dragon 2, Jay Baruchel, Jonah Hill, Kit Harrington, Kristen Wiig, movie, Review, TJ Miller
Film adaptions of books have always been a big hit, particularly within the genres of young adult fantasy and literary fiction. But it looks like Denis Villeneuve is making a change to this with his upcoming adaption of Jose Saramongo’s The Double, a psychosexual thriller set to come out in theaters March 14. Enemy, starring […]Read More Enemy, Jake Gyllenhaal, movie, Review, Trailer
It seems impossible to put forth an original idea these days. Every time I get an idea for a revolutionary invention to make all our lives easier or better, a quick Google search reveals whatever “it” is has already been created by someone else. Maybe they did it better, maybe worse, but they fact remains, […]Read More Barry Finnegan, Belfast, Cat Edison, DNA, future, Joe McClean, Life Tracker, Life Tracker Limited, Matt Dallas, movie, Rebecca Marshall, Review, Scren Invasion
Neill Blomkamp had four years to figure out how he would follow up the surprise smash hit District 9. Well it was well worth the wait as Blomkamp’s latest directorial project brings to life a futuristic society that is divided my millions of miles of space in the fantastic hit, Elysium. Within minutes you are […]Read More Elysium, Matt Damon, movie, Review
Fans of decidedly ‘indie’ comedy, who enjoy humor based in family strife and age-inappropriate relationships, and who don’t mind a somewhat slower pace, will enjoy THE ORANGES’ wit and wisdom. Now on DVD and Blu-ray+DVD Combo Pack.Read More Adam Brody, Alia Shawkat, Allison Janney, Blu-ray and DVD, Catherine Keener, Hugh Laurie, Julian Farino, Leighton Meester, Oliver Platt, Review, The Oranges, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.