“Get Carter” is the #1 British movie of all time that you probably haven’t seen.
From the screening room, Queerty shares the latest and greatest suggestions for your viewing pleasure.
Here’s how Brainfall came to be and what they’re up to next.
Despite his father’s plea for tolerance, a bullied schoolboy and his friend choose revenge over forgiveness in this provocative drama about family relationships and world events. Jesse Kornbluth reviews here.
Mark Brook’s tale is all a matter of belief upon story-woven-into-story.
A classic look back at at the Ham of Hollywood
Makes you want to reach for a cigarette and a drink, even if you don’t smoke or drink.
Old betrayals, new temptations and untamed passions. CultureSonar reviews a must-see British Drama.
Despite having some big shoes to fill with David Letterman’s departure, Stephen Colbert has successfully kept “The Late Show” a forum for smart adult entertainment.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews “A Face In The Crowd”, detailing just how close to home the story hits to today’s political scene.
Even if you hate her, you have to admit, the girl sounds GOOOOD!
Chances are, you’ve already been listening to classical music and actually enjoy it.
Two years later we were married. We like to say that music brought us together.
I talk with my friend Cady McClain about her new documentary.
We have a feeling of betrayal and loss when someone learns that they don’t see eye to eye with a person they had embraced as a friend.
Whether you are a devoted Beatlemaniac or someone who wants to know what all the fuss was about, Eight Days A Week is ninety minutes of pure pleasure.