It’s STAR WARS mania out there folks! We interrupt your regularly scheduled program of superfan freakouts, reviews and gift guides (though we do have one of those too), to bring you movie posters made better with lightsabers. Some iconic classics that we love, some that were really in need of improvement from
STAR WARS….is…..back. Or so we’re all hoping. Whether the upcoming movies measure up to their original glory or not, certainly they have reawakened the sleeping beast deep within that craves to be sated by Star Wars things and stuff. We have searched high and low and have come up
Life in Color is an endearing, true-to-life story of two people stuck in a proverbial rut who come together to learn the importance of friendship and moving forward, whatever that may mean at any given moment in one’s life. I had the opportunity to speak with Emmer at SXSW this
I walked in to the film, The Sandwich Nazi expecting to be entertained by what was presented as an outgoing Lebonese sandwich shop owner who would regale us with tales of his former life as a male escort. What I came away from was something much more personal and human.
That’s right folks (yeah I said it), Michael Scott’s favorite show Queer as Folk will be celebrating their tenth reunion at the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas this summer! Earlier the ATX crew shared the news in the below press release. “We’re extremely proud to bring QUEER AS FOLK
During SXSW 2014 in Austin, Texas, Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne brought their true-life relationship misadventure to the big screen for everyone to see with We’ll Never Have Paris. They brought a stellar cast with them to share the fantastically realistic film with festival-goers, including Maggie Grace, Melanie Lynskey and
Be warned: Spoilers are rife in this article! Turn back while you can. The Strain has had me hesitantly excited for a while now. I LOVE most of Guillermo del Toro‘s work, but was nervous to hear that his book, which The Strain is based on, would be brought to television.
Cyber-Seniors is a documentary that goes beyond heart-warming with it’s message that one person can make a difference, whether young or old, in the lives of many. The film came in to being when the director, Saffron Cassaday started filming her sisters’ senior year project for high school. In Ontario,
Maggie Grace may be best known for her roles in the Taken franchise and on television series like Lost and Californication. I sat down with her at the SXSW 2014 Film Festival to talk about one of her latest projects, Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne‘s real life romance mishap, We’ll Never
I hate when this happens. An actor, director, writer, producer or someone involved in a project is someone I absolutely love, but I can’t get behind it. Then it’s part of my job to tell you all about it, even though I really may not want to do so. In
The Retrieval is a story set during the Civil War as a boy, Will (Ashton Sanders), and his uncle, Marcus (Keston John), are made to help a gang of bounty hunters find and capture a former slave now free, but a wanted man. The boy struggles with his developing sense of
Heather McIntosh is a badass. She may or may not corroborate this estimation of her character, but how else can you describe someone with her resume? Ms. McIntosh is a cellist with a penchant for electronic music and a passion to share her creative spirit with the world. Heather scored
Romancing the Stone is a quintessential eighties action/adventure movie. The factors that were required for such a film were that it either had to be set in the future, space, deal with time travel or have a treasure hunting theme. This story became the adventure film alternative to the much
Leading up to the release of Muppets Most Wanted I have had the opportunity to reflect on the Muppets films and choose my favorites. This is no small feat for someone like myself who fell in love with movies and television very early, based mostly on the work of Jim Henson.
Creep is the first feature for writer, director and star Patrick Brice, which he made with long-time friend Mark Duplass. The film follows Aaron (Patrick Brice) as he agrees to film Josef (Mark Duplass) for reasons unknown to him after he answers a Craigslist ad for a videographer. As the film