"Impractical Jokers: The Movie" Is Available In Homes And Is A Perfect Distraction From Real Life                "Slay The Dragon" Expounds On The Dangers Of Gerrymandering                Jeff Cronenweth Discusses The Unique Job Of A Cinematographer                "Never Rarely Sometimes Always" And "The Way Back": The Best Of The First Quarter Of 2020                Sony Delays "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" And "Morbius" Until 2021 Due To Coronavirus                "Faith Based" Pokes Fun At A Very Unique Film Genre                The Top 25: Best Film Editing Winners                Ryan Gosling Is Attached To Star In The Film Adaptation Of "The Martian" Author's Next Novel                "Vivarium" Is A Creative Exercise Re-Teaming Jesse Eisenberg With Imogen Poots                The Golden Globes Will Have New Eligibility Rules Due To Coronavirus                Jesse Eisenberg Opposes The Nazis As Marcel Marceau In "Resistance"                "Banana Split" Has A Dynamite Script And A Star Making Performance From Hannah Marks                "Wonder Woman 1984" Moves Its Release Date To August                Netflix's "Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution" Is Another Important Documentary From The Obamas And Higher Ground                Warner Bros. Delays "In The Heights" In The Wake Of The Coronavirus Pandemic        


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“Freaks” Is An All Around Surprising Genre Effort

Science fiction on a budget can be tricky sometimes to properly pull off. There are countless instances where not having the required resources can compromise an otherwise extravagant vision. However, there are also plenty of times where working without a ton of money can lead to extra creativity. Here, with[...]

Box Office Report For September 6-8

Welcome back to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, the blockbuster horror sequel It: Chapter Two[...]

Review Round-Up: “Satanic Panic” And “Strange But True”

With such a busy week now behind us, it’s time to catch up on a few reviews, so you all know what that means…the review round-up is back! Yes, today we’ve got a pair of films to discuss that I wanted to make sure didn’t get ignored. One is the[...]

Updated Oscar Predictions For Early September

With the Toronto International Film Festival upon us, as well as the Telluride Film Festival and Venice Film Festival in our rearview mirror (not to mention the New York Film Festival coming soon), the awards season is here, hot and heavy. As such, new Academy Award predictions are needed. So,[...]

The Best Of The First Two Thirds Of 2019

I swear, 2019 is just flying by! As we have now wrapped up August and are more than a few days into the month of September, I wanted to once again put a bow on everything that’s come before the next stage of the fall festival season. That way, it[...]

“It: Chapter Two” Can’t Justify Its Horrifically Long Running Time

I was one of the few not to go over the moon for It. That first installment, which ran two hours and fifteen minutes, felt incredibly padded out to me. Here, with It: Chapter Two, it’s over a half hour longer and all of the issues there are doubled. Monotonous,[...]

Looking At Potential Best Supporting Actor Contenders

Folks, here we go once again. As you might have guessed, it’s time to dive into another category. Today, one more Oscar field will get a somewhat in depth look at what/who its top contenders might be. I’ve gone over what this is a number of times, but in case[...]

“Ad Astra” And “The Goldfinch”: Films To See In September

With the social media airwaves filled with buzz about potential Academy Award contenders out of the Telluride Film Festival and Venice Film Festival, it’s clear we’ve reached the month of September. The summer is over. Today, we’ll be looking at the weeks ahead, with the potential Oscar players, alongside the[...]

Box Office Report For August 30-September 1

Welcome back to the weekly box office report! As is always the case, each and every Sunday you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, the horror outing Don’t Let Go was[...]

Checking In On The Buzz Out Of Telluride And Venice

It’s fall film festival time! Yes, the next few days will see a deluge of raves and pans hit for many of the 2019 Oscar hopefuls. For the past 48 hours or so, the Venice Film Festival has been putting forth a few Academy Award contenders like Ad Astra and[...]