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Trailer For “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter To You’ Is A Treat For Fans And Newcomers Alike

A few days ago, a Trailer dropped for a documentary that music fans are going to want to pay attention to. It’s for the doc Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You, the latest collaboration between Bruce Springsteen and Thom Zimny. This time, Zimny is capturing Springsteen and the E Street Band[...]

“The Devil Has A Name” Lacks A Full Punch

Mixing comedy and drama while making a political point is a tough nut to crack. As much as people like Adam McKay and Aaron Sorkin are good at making you angry and making you laugh in equal measure, there’s always folks who will take them to task for that approach.[...]

Tony Award Nominations Announced For 2020!

Yesterday, the nominees for the 74th annual Tony Awards were announced. Honoring Broadway’s best, it comes as the industry is shut down due to COVID-19, reminding us all that the film industry isn’t the only one feeling the brunt of Coronavirus. COVID may have shut down the theaters, but the[...]

“S#!%house” Is A Strong Movie With A Weak Name

One of the first things that sticks out to you about Cooper Raiff’s movie Shithouse (or S#!%house, for those who prefer not having the curse right there in front of you) is the title. Simple put, the name of this film is terrible. It suggests a different sort of flick,[...]

Trailer For “Hillbilly Elegy” Showcases Some Powerhouse Acting

This morning, Netflix dropped another potential Academy Award player on us with the release of the first Trailer for Ron Howard’s Hillbilly Elegy. Not only is the movie pegged as a possible major Oscar contender, it features two long overdue nominated actresses in Amy Adams and Glenn Close, both of[...]

Disney To Focus On Streaming In A Corporate Restructuring

Some big news hit yesterday, folks. Potentially game-changing, in fact. Disney, almost undisputedly the largest media company out there, is making a massive change to the way they work. Namely, they’ve reorganized the company and are now going to prioritize streaming content. Going unsaid, but easy to ascertain, is that[...]

Michelle Pfeiffer Is Hoping “French Exit” Launches Her To A Best Actress Nomination

Over the weekend, the Closing Night Selection of the 58th New York Film Festival officially revealed itself in French Exit. One of the only true sight unseen X factors of this very unusual awards season, the movie was looked at as potentially an Oscar player for Michelle Pfeiffer at the[...]

“Frank & Zed” Is A One Of A Kind Puppet Horror Film

I love when puppets are naughty. Ironically, I’m also a huge fan of the Muppets, who are somewhat more wholesome, but the concept has always thrilled me. As one of the few who enjoyed The Happytime Murders, I’m always down for a puppet engaging in some weird shenanigans. Now, we[...]

“The Wolf Of Snow Hallow” Finds Awkward Comedy In A Horror-Tinged Murder Mystery

Two movies in, actor and writer/director Jim Cummings has certainly proven to be a talent full of idiosyncrasies. His debut, Thunder Road, made him someone to watch, while now, we have his sophomore feature to consider. Hitting this week, The Wolf of Snow Hallow sees Cummings turning his odd eye[...]

Adam Sandler (Mostly) Returns To Comedic Form With “Hubie Halloween”

You really do usually know what you’re getting with a new Adam Sandler comedy on Netflix. After all, the actor and comedian has been consistently putting his movies on to the streaming service for years, being one of the first to commit to them. Obviously, last year’s turn in Uncut[...]