Wherein I discuss several issues I’ve had with the first two episodes of TRUE BLOOD’s seventh season. (SPOILERS abound.)
X-Men: Days of Future Past put on a good show at Comic-Con, and now Marvel is carrying on the momentum with these two character posters.
Dear Readers, They say that little girls are made of “sugar and spice, and everything nice.” Assuming that grown-up women are made of the same, at least to some extent, I wonder: Do women also look for and/or need these qualities in our movies? In other words, what ingredients does the
It’s that time again: another weekly DVD/Blu-Ray Roundup! Here are the new releases for the week and my opinion on whether you should Skip It! Rent It! or Buy It! This week’s biggest release is definitely American Reunion. This film brought back everyone we fell in love with back when the first
Kenneth Lonergan‘s sophomore film Margaret was finally released in cinemas last year after lawsuits, studio politics and internal conflict delayed its release for almost ten years. Starring Anna Paquin, Matt Damon, Mark Ruffalo, Kieran Culkin and many more, it became an underground success that boasted five star reviews across the
“Authority Always Wins” Episode 50 and counting… Our 50th episode (that’s got to be a milestone right?) begins with Sookie & Lafayette trying to fend off a newly turned Tara while Pam stands by and laughs at the two of them struggling with their undead friend. The “new” Tara
This past Sunday, HBO was nice enough to share a trailer from the upcoming brand new season of TRUE BLOOD. Seems like things are going to be feverishly drama-driven, as usual, as we find out what will happen with Tara who was seemingly killed at the end of last season.
You Can Count On Me is a kind of fairytale for all young filmmakers. The drama, released in 2000, was an art house smash that came out of nowhere launching the career of its star Mark Rufallo and seeing its writer and director Kenneth Lonergan nominated for an Academy Award.