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The Toronto International Film Festival Announces Part Of Their Hybrid Lineup For 2020

Beyond just movies having to abandon release dates, the current pandemic striking the world is having an effect on numerous parts of the industry. One such element, which we spoke about with filmmaker, journalist, and publicist John Wildman on a recent podcast episode (found here), is the world of film[...]

“Tenet” Again Delays Its Release Date!

Well folks, it happened again. After initially having planned to open Christopher Nolan’s latest on July 17th, Warner Bros. had first moved Tenet to the end of July, but that date is not holding. As you might expect, the current surge in COVID-19 cases is putting a damper on movie[...]

Alfonso Gomez-Rejon Talks “Hunters” And Directing!

When it comes to filmmakers with a consistently creative visual style, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon is someone who doesn’t quite get the credit that he deserves. On the big screen, he’s helmed unique work like The Town That Dreaded Sundown, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, as well as The Current[...]

What If The Academy Only Considered The Films Out In Release Right Now?

Time for an interesting little thought experiment. We all know that the upcoming Oscar ceremony has been delayed into April, with Academy Award hopefuls getting until the end of February to be released for consideration. However, today I want to think about what the Academy’s choices would be if they[...]

“aTypical Wednesday” Depicts A Largely Typical Dramedy

Sometimes, a film’s name can be part of its undoing. Despite the suggestions of its title, aTypical Wednesday follows a mostly typical route in telling its story. A vehicle for actor and now writer/director J. Lee, this movie feels like something we used to see all the time at the[...]

Jon Stewart Crafts A Subversive Political Satire With “Irresistible”

Back during his time hosting The Daily Show, Jon Stewart was among the smartest and most biting political satirists out there. Ever since he departed, Stewart’s voice has been missing from the day to day discourse. Now, for his sophomore feature as a filmmaker, he’s tackling a political satire with[...]

Eddie Pence Hangs Out And Discusses The Unique World Of Stand-Up Comedy During A Pandemic

If you’re a connoisseur of podcasts, you probably know the name Eddie Pence. If so, you know just how hilarious he is. If not, you’re missing out on the work of a truly talented comedian. Whether it’s as the Vice-Host to Ralph Garman on The Ralph Report (heard here on[...]

The Top 25: Best Adapted Screenplay Winners

A very Happy Father’s Day to all you dads out there! Here we go again folks with another Top 25 article today. This time around I’ll be tackling one of the big eight categories in an effort not to save them all for last. Adapted Screenplay field. The category is[...]

“Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films Of All Time: Volume 3” Chuckles About Comedy And Camp

Rejoice film fans! Those of you who can’t get enough of cinema, and in particular fans of genre fare, are in for another treat. Two months ago, Time Warp: The Greatest Cult Films of All Time series kicked off with a first volume centered on midnight movies, followed last month[...]

Shannon Murphy Talks “Babyteeth”

One feature film in, director Shannon Murphy is already making a name for herself. The sometimes actress and filmmaker, Murphy was previously best known for her television direction, include a pair of Killing Eve episodes, but Babyteeth is changing all of that. The new movie, out now, is a tremendous[...]