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
To celebrate the much-anticipated release of Kenneth Lonergan’s Margaret to Blu-ray/DVD Combo pack, check out this brand new, interactive infographic linking the vast ensemble cast of Margaret to each other in other films and projects. This 8 Degrees of Margaret chart reflects the many connections among the characters in the movie and the overlapping film projects
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
It’s highly unlikely you’re able to drag you and your friends and family to see every movie of interest in theaters. That’s why we here at Screen Invasion love to highlight what’s available on DVD/Blu-Ray, Netflix, and also Movies on Demand. Highlights of the new titles in July include the
Editor’s Note: Originally we were only going to post one list of the Top 10 Movies that would consist of films selected by everyone, but the writers had such varied, quality selections that we didn’t want to leave anything out. 2011 was such a strong year for film, covering everything
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.