Teamed up with schoolmate Gordon Waller, Mr. Asher, who already had success as a child actor, placed 10 songs in the US TOP 40, including the #1 hit “World Without Love.” Other hits include “I Go to Pieces,” “True Love Ways” and “Lady Godiva.”
The Australian-based zombie drama Cargo was released on cinemas down under this month and is currently streaming internationally on Netflix. It follows Andy (Martin Freeman, read his interview here) a father facing down a viral plague outbreak and journeying across the Australian wild to get his baby somewhere safe. Along the way he encounters both …
The heavy metal band Motograter are currently out on the road in support of their most recent release “Desolation” which was released early in 2017
The Canadian hard rock group Sumo Cyco first burst onto the scene in 2011 with their debut release “Lost in Cyco City”. A short time later the band released their second full length “Opus Mar” and have been out on the road in support of that ever since.
Martin Freeman (Black Panther, Ghost Stories) speaks about Netflix’s new zombie film, Cargo including some of his own thoughts on the supernatural: ” Once you hear something that goes bump or bang and you start making up your own narrative for it. And I’ve been rooted to the spot a few times on my stairs thinking ‘is that a ghost or is it a burglar?’ And fortunately it was neither.”
The Damned, easily the greatest surviving British punk band, bar none – are back with their first new album in a decade titled “Evil Spirits”.
Fans of Kevin Smith’s View Askew Universe may be quite familiar with Zak Knutson. The co-writer and director of the new comedy “Supercon” worked for a decade for Smith, often producing and directing Smith’s independent video projects. To honor his friend, he named Seth Rogen’s character “Zack” in “Zack and Miri Make a Porno.”
Writing/Producer of “Stargate”, “Independence Day” and “Godzilla (1998)”. Director of “Geostorm”
At age 50, she threw her hat in the ring of stand-up comedy and is quickly climbing the ladder of funny. She recently achieved her dream of performing before a packed house on the main stage of the Washington D.C. IMPROV and she killed!
You may have seen comedian Eric Schwartz in one of his many appearances on Showtime, “The Tonight Show,” BET or his HULU special “Surrender to the Blender.” If you haven’t, get over to YouTube because you’re missing one funny man.
Dave Wyndorf is the lead vocalist and guitarist for the rock group Monster Magnet. The groups latest album (Their first in five years) titled “Mind Fucker” was released on March 23rd.
After almost three decades working behind the scenes on other people’s films, Susan Walter has finally gotten to sit in the big chair. As writer and director of the new film “All I Wish,” she called the shots and achieved a dream.
Jimmy Bellinger is an actor who has appeared in a variety of commercials, films and, television series including “The Middle” and “Parks and Recreation”.
Actor/filmmaker/activist Matthew Cooke has long taken in an interest in looking out for the little guy. His last film, the tongue-in-cheek documentary “How to Make Money Selling Drugs,” was well reviewed and opened a lot of eyes to the drug problem facing this country. His newest documentary, “Survivors Guide to Prison,” looks at the current state of the judicial system and how it failed two very different men.
Writer and director of the new horror film “Death House” with Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Tony Todd, Bill Moseley…and more!
This film covers pretty much Cohen’s filmography, focusing more on the most popular films, especially “Q” and “The Stuff.” Interviews with fellow filmmakers, crew members and actors such as Michael Moriarty and Eric Roberts gives the viewer every possible look at Cohen’s process.
This is a fun movie that has a really good heart and even though a little cheesy but you leave the theater smiling (and a little teary).
Although her story lacks the complexity of “Winter’s Bone,” Granik, who co-wrote the screenplay with Anne Rosellini, also a producer and writer on “Winter’s Bone,” has created something that will haunt you for a while after leaving the theater.
Full of some amazing set-pieces and some serious “jump in your seat” moments, “Skyscraper” is a film that rides capably on the back of Dwayne Johnson. Will possesses both Willis’ John McClain’s personality while also embodying the caring about of the situation that Newman’s architect and McQueen’s fire chief did in “The Towering Inferno.”
Overall, there is nothing revolutionary about what “Eating Animals” has to say about family farms. It’s a tradition/business that has been vanishing at an alarming rate for a few decades now.
Bigger and funnier! Suffers from a weak villain but supporting cast steals it! So much awesome! Stay for the first post credit scene for sure!
“Ant-Man and the Wasp” doesn’t ever really take itself too seriously and concludes as a decent dose of sloppy Summer fun
It’s a challenge to label “Mountain” as a documentary because there isn’t much to it that provokes conversation or opinions about the subject matter after the credits start to roll.
The film is about more than basketball. It’s about family and friendship, and when those values are discussed the film jumps to another level. And basketball fans in the know will enjoy the humor
Unlike its predecessor, it’s humorless, boring and lacking any genuine emotion
There’s a lot of manic energy in “Tag,” sometimes culminating into some funny chase sequences and absurd action pieces
“Incredibles 2” runs nearly two hours, which is a lot for kids to stick with. My little one left the theater yawning (as did I). Second act definitely picks up some steam but too late I felt.
There are a few things that work in “Hotel Artemis,” and in much better hands, it would have been an unforgettable film
“Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” is a fantastic trip back into the world of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood”. Get your tissue box ready cause this one is guaranteed to hit those heart strings!
Gary Ross is a fine director who knows how to keep the action moving, but here his script has conspired against him.
Set, in my mind, about 10 years before the events we know as EPISODE IV: A NEW HOPE or, simply STAR WARS, “Solo” is an origin story in the true sense of the word.
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