The French Connection is nothing short of a cinematic masterpiece. The film’s mix of gritty realism, stunning action sequences and a career-defining role for star Gene Hackman as determined NYC police detective Popeye Doyle makes this one of the greatest…Read more →
Monthly Archives: January 2018
Create-A-Caption: The Wizard of Oz
We’re going somewhere over the rainbow for this week’s Create-A-Caption, to add our own comedic touch to the most beloved family film ever made — The Wizard of Oz. The Judy Garland classic has been charming viewers for generations with…Read more →
Poll: Who’s Your Favorite Martial Arts Movie Star?
Bruce Lee. Jackie Chan. Sammo Hung. Jean-Claude Van Damme. These are but a few of the many greats who helped make martial arts movie magic over the decades. But who is your favorite? Vote below, and tell us what your…Read more →
Captain Underpants Becomes a Funko Pop Collectible!
Heroism and hilarity collides in this week’s Sunday Funday post! In order to keep from being permanently separated, fourth-grade pranksters George and Harold hypnotize their principal into thinking he’s Captain Underpants, the superhero star of the comic books the boys…Read more →
Five Dynamic Documentaries You Don’t Want to Miss!
Documentaries are so perfect because they help provide insights into aspects of life that are often outside the realm of our own experience. Here are five dynamic docs that are worthy or your time. Although vastly different, each of these…Read more →
Stephen King’s It: The Georgie Scene
Guest blogger Craig Joseph Pisani compares an iconic moment in both filmed versions of Stephen King’s It in today’s guest post. A variety of factors aid the creation of an effective opening scene, originating in pre-production with the script and…Read more →
“Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” Rolls Onto Blu-ray
“Pass the ketchup” The 1978 low-budget cult classic Attack of the Killer Tomatoes is a goofy tribute to B-movies from the 1950s that is as rich with laughs as it is tomato sauce. Tired of being sliced, diced, and pureed,…Read more →
“Jigsaw,” “Thank You for Your Service,” and More of This Week’s New Releases
This week’s new DVD and Blu-ray releases include everything from the latest entry in the franchise that just won’t day to powerful dramas, weirdo cult films, and TV favorites. Check out what titles you will want to watch in the…Read more →
Heath Ledger: 10 Years Gone
As difficult as it is to believe, it has been a decade since Heath Ledger died at the too young age of 28. The star of such contemporary classics as Brokeback Mountain and The Dark Knight (his portrayal of The…Read more →
Poll: Who’s Your Favorite Character from Fast Times at Ridgemont High?
Is Fast Times at Ridgemont High the funniest film of the eighties? Pretty much! Adapted from Cameron Crowe‘s long out-of-print book, this fast and funny look at Southern California teen life from high school to the mall is highlighted by…Read more →