Among contemporary writer/directors, David Lowery stands out thanks to an impressive filmography that straddles the line between art house sensibilities and blockbuster entertainment. At just 40 years old, the Texas-based auteur has won critical acclaim and a devoted fanbase thanks…Read more →
Monthly Archives: August 2021
Remembering Ed Asner: 1929-2021
We lost one of the true greats with the passing of Ed Asner, who died yesterday at the age of 91. The much acclaimed actor who specialized in gruff-but-lovable figures like Lou Grant (whom he portrayed on The Mary Tyler…Read more →
Director Martin Campbell Stops By “The Movies That Made Me”
GoldenEye, The Mask of Zorro, Casino Royale, Green Lantern. These are but a few of the films that New Zealand director Martin Campbell has brought to cinemas across the globe. With such a background in genre films, he is in…Read more →
Celebrate National Dog Day With Your Favorite Movie Pooch!
Some holidays are ruff, and that’s certainly the case with National Dog Day! As we commemorate the annual celebration of canines, take some time out today and think about your favorite movie pooch. (And be sure to check out our …Read more →
Which Spider-Man Villain Would You Most Like to See in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
With everyone currently (and rightfully) losing their mind over the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home and how it features — spoiler alert — the return of Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus from Spider-Man 2 we want to know which…Read more →
Billie Piper Guests on the Latest Episode of “The Movies That Made Me”
Best known Stateside for her role as companion Rose Tyler in Doctor Who, Billie Piper is one of the United Kingdom’s best-loved stars. Her latest creative endeavor is Rare Beasts, a brilliant subversion of romantic comedy tropes that Piper wrote,…Read more →
Check Out These New Film Finds from KL Studio Classics!
Three sought-out titles make their way to physical media this week courtesy of KL Studio Classics. Check out these classics that are now available! Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967) The “Roaring Twenties” live on in this Oscar-winning musical comedy of innocent…Read more →
Check Out Movies Unlimited’s Current Coupon Code!
The weekend is almost here, so we thought we’d give you a head start on the celebrating with our latest coupon code. Full details are featured above, but act fast before these savings get away!Read more →
Poll: What’s Your Favorite Cicely Tyson Performance?
Earlier this year, Cicely Tyson died at the age of 96. The pioneering actress, model, author and civil rights activist won the hearts of millions through her work across the decades. Although her loss continues to resonate, the extraordinary impact…Read more →
“The Movies That Made Me” Welcomes Comedian Wyatt Cenac
In the news this week for signing an impressive an overall deal with Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network Studios, comedian Wyatt Cenac is also the guest on the latest installment of The Movies That Made Me. After starting his…Read more →