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”.
Greta Van Fleet burst onto the rock music scene in early 2017 with their debut EP titled “Black Smoke Rising”. By September the track “Highway Tune” was topping the Billboard charts. To capitalize on this momentum the band has released a second EP titled “From the Fires”.
Matt Montgomery aka Piggy D is probably best known for his work as the fanged four string player in Rob Zombie, a position he has helmed for over ten years.
Ever since his debut as Scut Farkus in “A Christmas Story” over three decades ago, Zack Ward has steadily carved out a career both in front of and behind the camera. But there is a lot more to Cleveland Street’s best known bully. Zack and co-star Scott Schwartz will be appearing in Omaha this Friday, …
NBC’s hit action show returned this week and I spoke with the whole cast as well as the series creator at NYCC on what to expect from their international third season.
We talk with Animator Rick Farmiloe about his lengthy career working on some Disney classics, Dreamworks, “The Simpsons” and more
New York Comic Con has become the premier East-Coast destination for all things pop culture and 2017 was no different. New to the convention floor this year was Fisher Price’s Imaginext toy line which features a wide variety of multi-faceted play sets, figures and vehicles taken from the pages of the DC universe.
GWAR fans were first introduced to Blothar the Berserker in 2014 when he returned to Earth shortly after the death of Oderus Urungus. Since that time Blothar has cemented himself as the formidable leader of the crack addicted space aliens from Scumdogia.
Matt Bachand is probably best known for his work with the heavy metal band Shadows Fall however since 2014 he has been a member of the band Act of Defiance featuring former members of Megadeth and Scar the Martyr.
Michale Graves is a singer/actor who first burst onto the music scene as the front-man for the mid 1990’s reincarnation of the seminal punk rock band The Misfits.
I’ve heard this film described as a “John Hughes” – type film. Barely. Though Hughes did spend a lot of his time writing about teenagers, their problems and how they dealt with them, his characters were a hell of a lot more believable.
“Terrifier” is an entertaining bit of gore, but ultimately it’s not rewatchable or memorable
In the Russian loop. Armando Iannucci brings his breakneck quips and futile power plays to Stalin’s final days in The Death of Stalin, a darkly hilarious take on a moment in history handled by a collection of top notch actors including Steve Buscemi and Simon Russell Beale
Packs a solid heart and delivers beautiful and sometimes trippy visuals but feels rushed and scattered by the end.
It’s hard for me to go into detail about why I did not enjoy “Gringo” as much as I wanted, or even as I feel I should have. It’s one of those things you can’t really put a finger on…you just know you didn’t like it. But I’ll try.
It really doesn’t work until the final act, after we’ve had to suffer through a lot of confusing tone changes, half-hearted story beats and dead end CGI spectacles
The twentieth century saw a lot of American Dreams coming true. In the twenty-first century, there are a very few people who could see that happen. The online casino business sounds like routine today, but years back a young female started on a risky mission on a big stake Poker game, exposing herself to some …
“Annihilation” is a beautifully shot film that hobbles from the start and then whimpers in its final moments
As we learn more and more about life behind bars, the film also revisits Lisker and Cole, and they’re own struggles. The true definition of irony comes when, five years into his sentence, Cole kills a man in self-defense. Because of the circumstances that put him behind bars for murder, an innocent man is NOW a murderer. Hidden camera and surveillance footage show the brutal way of life that is a constant for those incarcerated.
“Death House” IS the Expendables of Horror! 90 minutes of non-stop genre fun! I found myself glued to ever scene!
These films are meant to be taken serious and the cast more than delivers on that promise. But these films are also meant to be fun, and with great visuals and a brilliant musical score, Black Panther more than fills the bill.
I hate it when I see a trailer for a movie and shriek and say “Oh boy, that’s gonna suck”. In this case, the trailer is 100% right.
Very rarely does a sequel, much less the fourth of a franchise, live-up-to and exceed the expectations set by previous films, but “Victor Crowley” does
“Ruin Me” is a midnight movie romp, which pays off for viewers who love watching characters trapped in sadistic head games
Scott Cooper has always been an entertaining filmmaker. Whether it’s the day to day life of singer Bad Blake in “Crazy Heart” or the bond of the Baze brothers in “Out of the Furnace,” he has a unique way of telling a story that makes the viewer feel they are part of the story.
“12 Strong” does a passable job telling a story about unsung heroes, but there’s the lingering feeling that the soldiers portrayed in the film deserved a much better retelling of their struggles
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