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!
Known best for her roles on films like “The Hills Have Eyes”, “The Howling”, “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” and “Cujo”.
Co-star in film “Sushi Girl”, “Silent Night” (2012), “Zombeavers” and “The Dark Tapes”
Michael Landau is world renowned session musician and producer who has worked with everyone from James Taylor and Michael Jackson to Pink Floyd and Miles Davis.
Reggie and the Full Effect is the solo project of Get Up Kids keyboardist James Dewees. On February 23rd Reggie releases their first album in four years simply titled “41”.
There is nothing more enjoyable than seeing professionals at the top of their craft and “The Book Club” does not disappoint.
Just sit back and enjoy the ride. Like its predecessor, “Deadpool 2” is one of the best comic book films ever.
An entertaining film, “Astro” benefits from a strong cast and firm direction.
“Infinity War” is an ambitious project, 10 years in the making, that shouldn’t be missed, but it also raises the stakes even higher for when the Avengers assemble again in 2019
The film is well cast, with Schumer striking all the right notes. This is not the raunchy Amy Schumer you may be familiar with. This version is a little tamer, but still fun loving.
While “Super Troopers 2” may scratch that itch fans have been feeling for over a decade and a half, that itch won’t go away because of how unfulfilling this film is
The whole cast was fantastic and I really dug the film for the first half and then it took a nice dive in the second act and closed out disappointing for me.
“Truth of Dare” is bland, boring and not scary at all.
There’s fun to be had in “Rampage” as long as you understand that this is a bad movie
A solid film that keeps you guessing on the facts, “Chappaquiddick” is an unbiased attempt to tell the story everyone thinks they know. The story is helped along by solid direction and a cast that embodies more than imitates the characters.
The fun part here are the parents, especially pro wrestler Cena, who is hilarious as he is large. Mann is also strong as the mother who is afraid to let her child leave and Barinholtz as a father trying to reconnect with a daughter he clearly underestimated.
The film’s sentimentality and warmth is thoroughly earned. On a basic level, “Isle of Dogs” is Wes Anderson’s straightforward love letter to man’s best friend
The script, from first time director Susan Walter, is strong and her direction keeps the film moving with very little slow spots. A fine freshman debut.
As we are watching the action unfold in “Ready Player One”, the score switches to cues from “Back to the Future” and you get chills up and down following by the audience screaming “Whoa!!!” That is a great feeling in a movie theater and that is how you know when you have a winner on your hands.
The sequel doesn’t have the heart or the visuals to match the first film but ends up being a fun popcorn flick.
It’s set-up like some predictable coming-of-age tale with a terrible “Boy in the Plastic Bubble” twist lurking on the horizon. Thankfully it doesn’t play out like that
Media Mikes is proud to be hosting advance screenings of the new film “Book Club” starring Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburger in all Florida markets!
Eric Schwartz, one of the fastest rising comedians in the country, will be making an appearance on Tuesday, April 17th at the Record Bar in Kansas City and Media Mikes has arranged for one lucky reader and a guest to go to the show.
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