Don’t Breathe does an amazing job turning the horror genre on its head In my day I have seen plenty of horror films. Most of them rely on special effects and tons of gore. This is not always a bad thing yet sometimes films go too far with it. Doing this can not only hurt a…
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Gregory Peck portrays a writer searching for his soul based on the novel originally written by Hemingway. What more could you want? Rich Monetti reviews.
A crush on a musical is awkward to explain. It’s not a daydream about an individual you want to be with; it’s more about a world you dream of inhabiting.
2016 has been an especially political year when it comes to the movies. It seems like each of the major presidential candidates has had a major cinematic release to accompany the themes of their campaign: The unapologetically feminist “Ghostbusters” is linked to the same cultural zeitgeist fueling Hillary Clinton’s campaign, schlockmeister Michael Bay’s “13 Hours”…
Jesse Kornbluth remembers in fondness the loveliest of summers.
I identified with them all and felt welcomed to “The Men’s Group.”
Cary Grant had no problem with the ambiguity that surrounded his sexuality.
It’s happening in November and our own Nathan Timmel will be covering the six day event.
“Because you’ll never know how to use free will until you fight for it. I think that’s The Chairman’s plan. And maybe we won’t write the plan. You will.”
Sharon Horgan creates the new drama that’s bringing Sarah Jessica Parker back to the small screen.
In 2016, as your DVD aligns its digits to the opening of “Charade,” the 1963 film gives off a sense that the world is in the midst of an identity crisis.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews an incredibly cool film.
Hell or High Water will take viewers on an action packed ride I was not sure what to expect from Hell or High Water. This is not usually the kind of movie I am interested in. I am not always a fan of dramatic movies, they can be dull or boring to me most of the…
John Faithful Hamer remembers the 80’s through Netflix’s hit show, Stranger Things.
Nobody’s born dangerous. We learn to become this way.