For this latest holiday poll, we’re focusing on the 1988 holiday film Scrooged. Director Richard Donner‘s hilarious dark comedy is a contemporary retelling of A Christmas Carol starring Bill Murray as Frank Cross, a cruel television executive whose wicked ways…Read more →
An “Indiana Jones” Collection Leads Off This Week’s New Releases
Lately we’ve been talking a lot about summer blockbusters on MovieFanFare, and can you blame us? There is an excitement to seeing a huge budget film packed with thrills, stunts and excitement that is unlike any other moviegoing experience. The…Read more →
Poll: Who’s Your Favorite Character from the “Indiana Jones” Films?
What would the summer movie season be without Indiana Jones? The four theatrical features — Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of…Read more →
“Scrooged” and Other Adaptations of “A Christmas Carol”
Ebenezer Scrooge. Unless you’ve been living under a rock your whole life, you know the name. And you know what he represents. Goodness, kindness, philanthropy, human companionship, great employer, and fantastic all-round human being. What’s that? I’m wrong? Did you…Read more →
This Week’s New Releases Include “The Hustle,” “A Dog’s Journey,” and More!
Recent features and Hollywood classics intermingle in another stellar week of DVD and Blu-ray new releases. You’ll want to set aside some free time to make sure you watch all of these wonderful offerings! The Hustle Riotous, gender-reversed updating of…Read more →
The Latest New Releases Include “Venom,” “The House with a Clock in Its Walls,” and “The Predator”
‘Twas the week before Christmas and all across the net, millions of shoppers they needn’t to fret. For these new releases, they’ll show you the way for you and your loved ones to have a grand holiday! Yes friends, the…Read more →
A Cinematic Home Run: 25 Years of “The Sandlot”
Since we were discussing cult movies earlier this week, we thought we’d take a moment and discuss one of the most under-the-radar cult flicks in recent memory: The Sandlot. With a cast consisting largely of unknowns (save for James Earl…Read more →
Movie Trailer of the Day: “National Lampoon’s Animal House”
Toga! Toga! Today’s pick for Trailer of the Day is National Lampoon’s Animal House, John Landis‘ hugely influential campus comedy. The film chronicles the “slobs vs. straights” war that rages between two fraternities at the fictional Faber College in 1962….Read more →