Film Festivals

Attention, all film students and cinephiles! The entire team is preparing lots of amazing things for the upcoming 48th edition of the Concordia Film Festival this year! While Spotlight submissions have been open for student filmmakers to submit their shorts, the festival is proud to announce a program exclusive only

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The submissions for this year’s Oscar for Best International Feature Film are a smorgasbord of genres, topics, and styles, but there is a notable dearth of LGBTQ+ content. Although Agnieszka Holland’s Czech drama Charlatan, Stéphanie Chuat and  Véronique Reymond’s Swiss selection My Little Sister, and Filippo Meneghetti’s French romance Two of Us

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Steven Kostanski quasi been carving a name for himself since breaking solo from the Astron 6 directing collective and making the Lovecraft inspired The Void and the above-average Leprechaun reboot Leprechaun Returns. With Psycho Goreman he pays tribute to high concept Saturday morning cartoons from the eighties as well as

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I am so excited about this news. Not because I am hopeful that Phil Nobile will admit that Iced Pop-Tarts are the best. Jokes aside, if the quality of the magazine will match up to Fangoria, then Fangoria Studios will kick all kinds of ass. Keep reading to check out

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Listen in as Jim reviews Hunted, a gruesome new take on Red Riding Hood. Gruesome is the only word I have been able to think about since watching Hunted. Hunted is an original film from Shudder. This past year has been amazing for Shudder Originals. My wife is not a

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Love and Monsters Movie Review
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Listen to our review of Love and Monsters. Monsters, Romance, Action, and a Dog. You can never go wrong with that combo. Synopsis: Dylan O’Brien stars in this wildly imaginative, post-apocalyptic adventure that’s filled with LOVE AND MONSTERS. Celebrate the release with two all-new deleted scenes below! Seven years after the Monsterpocalypse, Joel

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GearTechnology

I know you come to our site for movie reviews, but today I’m sharing my thoughts on the best minimalist iPhone case on the market. The Totallee cases are super thin, but give you just the right amount protection. Watch my review above and check out some pics and the

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In this week’s episode, Dave and Jim discuss the insanity going on in this country and attempt to find some humor. We discuss the funny No-Fly List videos and talk about of love of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. Listen to the episode: Watch one of our favorite video compilations of

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TV

Before I begin this review, I would like to thank Netflix for starting off 2021 with the latest season of Cobra Kai. A great way to commence the year. 2020 was truly a mess, but it was still good timing for people to check out the first two seasons when

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Listen in as Jim reviews GREENLAND starring Gerard Butler and Morena Baccarin. Do you think that this disaster flick matches up to other end of the world movies? Synopsis: A family fights for survival as a planet-killing comet races to Earth. John Garrity (Gerard Butler), his estranged wife Allison (Morena

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