It’s been five years since audiences bid adieu to Harry Potter and friends in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, and little has happened to dampen the love for the wizarding world author J.K. Rowling created. This year already brought the stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which
For better and worse, The Girl on the Train will always be tied to Gone Girl. Paula Hawkins’s debut novel was almost immediately anointed “this year’s Gone Girl.” To this day, The Girl on The Train is still compared – unfavorably – to Gone Girl. Such was the case for the book, and now is the case for
It’s been nine years since Matt Damon last wore the all-black ensemble of Jason Bourne, the assassin-turned-amnesiac who only wants to be left alone. Sure, there was 2011’s rotten Bourne Legacy, but we haven’t gotten a true Bourne film since the fantastic trilogy-capper The Bourne Ultimatum. It seemed the franchise couldn’t go any further,
Life Itself is an outstanding and incredibly successful effort, not only portrays his iconic subject the way he intended, but honors his accomplishments both in his personal and professional life without ever falling into cliches.
Robocop has some smart ideas, but can’t escape the action movie within.
There’s a scene in Promised Land — Gus Van Sant‘s Oscar-bait drama about rural America and fracking — where John Krasinski‘s character Dusty Noble explains the intricacies of fracking to a group of children before burning down a model farm to show why fracking is bad. It’s a visually powerful scene, which
This is pretty awesome, check out this infographic courtesy of Empire, that showcases what studios own what franchises. This is really cool to see, since we don’t really realize how many franchises these studios own until it’s all laid out for you like this. This inforgraphic really shows how much
If you love movies and you love collectibles, than you know that the coolest movie collectible to own these days is a Mondo poster!! Working in conjunction with the ultra hip indie/cult theater chain Alamo Drafthouse, Mondo releases high quality, artist designed, limited edition posters that sell out almost instantly
This episode sees us ride back to 1992 where we saddle up with Clint Eastwood’s western/anti-western classic Unforgiven. Turning conventions upside down by blurring the lines between good, bad, man and myth, this Best Picture winner is pretty unforgettable. DOWNLOAD EPISODE TRASH BAG MASTERPIECE – BIRDEMIC: SHOCK AND TERROR This
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
There are few sub-genres more tiresome than found footage horror. While Paranormal Activity and The Blair Witch Project before it breathed new life into your conventional spook stories, this fad has now become the mainstream with no-one seemingly capable of doing anything fresh or unique with the concept. V/H/S, however,
Welcome one and all to the launch of a community podcast project named Film Club, the first rule of which is that you DO talk about Film Club! The whole point and purpose to this is simple, like many of our wonderful writers here at Screen Invasion and like many
BERNIE Original Score by Graham Reynolds, Songs by Jack Black and a slew of Texas Artists Soundtrack Review
Bernie Soundtrack Review – Graham Reynolds, Jack Black and Austin, Texas musicians make strange bedfellows but great partners or maybe that should be pardners.
Have you ever wanted to attend a Harry Potter convention, but have never been able too for whatever reason? Well, now you can! PotterCon 2012 is the worlds first online Harry Potter convention that’ll give all potterheads the chance to experience some Harry Potter related fun! Starting September 7th through September