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STAR WARS THE RISE OF SKYWALKER: The Final Trailer is Here, That Charge of The Light Brigade Though

Some day we will find out who in Lucasfilm or Disney has an equestrian fetish. In the meantime the final trailer for Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker premired last night during halftime of Monday Night Football and swiftly followed...

Now Streaming: JACK RYAN S2 Serves Up More Action Meat and Political Potatoes

John Krasinski and Wendell Pierce star in an old-school series on Amazon Prime Video.

Criterion in January 2020: Celebrating Directors Almodovar, Godard, Lumet and Cukor

The Criterion Collection will release 5 films by 4 directors on 2 different home video formats to start the year off right.

Music Box of Horrors: LET'S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH Director John Hancock in Person!

Traditionally, 24-hour horror marathons are like a combination of pilgrimage and party. The better curated they are, the more those two elements can play off each other, and build the sort of community that makes them special. They don't get...

Now Streaming: BABYLON and SPECIAL 7 Make Politics Deadly

Also briefly noted: 'Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal,' man and T-Rex vs. the world; 'Seis Manos,' martial arts in retro Mexico. Plus trailers for all four series.

Los Cabos 2019 Sets THE IRISHMAN As Opening Film, With Robert De Niro In Person!

OK, so just when we thought Morelia Film Festival was reclaiming their title as Mexico’s top film festival – because they announced the visit of acting titan Robert Redford after presenting a terrific program, with highlights like The Lighthouse and...

Review: THE ADDAMS FAMILY Seeks a New Home in a New Age

The animated film features the voices of Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloë Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Nick Kroll, with Bette Midler and Allison Janney; Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan directed.

Review: GEMINI MAN, Perfectly Good 90s Action Flick Gets Lost in the Modern Day

Will Smith, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Benedict Wong and Clive Owen; Ang Lee directed.

Shudder And RLJE Film's October iTunes Codes Giveaway

We are back with another iTunes codes giveaway of Shudder and RLJE Films co-releases. With the horror-day season up on us we have a whopper of a giveaway this month.    In October there will be seven co-releases between the...

CREEPSHOW Episode #1.2 Recap: There is Nothing Wrong With a Little Gore. Okay, a Lot of Gore.

Episode two of the new Creepshow anthology series on Shudder began streaming yesterday. If you have not seen the new episode yet, turn back now, cause you get no grace period from us. We're diving right in to each tale,...

CULTURE SHOCK's Gigi Saul Guerrero to Director Santa Muerte Horror Flick For Screen Gems

I know Gigi has said that nothing will ever come between our friendship, that she will never be too famous for me, but at this rate I don't think she is going to have a say in the matter any...

ELI Trailer: CITADEL's Ciarán Foy's Haunted House Flick For Netflix

Irish director Ciarán Foy turned a lot of heads with his debut film Citadel back in 2012. Not that things have been quiet for the director but they have certainly picked up recently.    It was just announced this week...

Now Streaming: MODERN LOVE Invites Melancholy, Welcomes Sentimentality

John Carney ('Sing Street') developed the romantic anthology series from a New York Times column.

Blu-ray Review: POLYESTER Stinks of Glory

Intro to Oderama Close those noses and thank sweet Blu-ray Jesus, Polyester - John Waters’ smellodramatic Sirkian assault on the suburbs - has arrived in 4K in all its technicolor glory to stink up your personal Criterion collections. I’m not...

Kino Lorber Blu-ray Roundup: 4D MAN, DINOSAURS, THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS and More

Topping my most anticipated home entertainment releases of the year were several titles from Kino Films, most making their long-overdue Blu-ray debut and getting dynamite special features. The following all come highly recommended for those who like weird little movies...

New York 2019 Review: THE IRISHMAN, Martin Scorsese's Epic Return to the Gangster Movie Genre

Martin Scorsese's epic gangster saga, starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Al Pacino, Ray Romano, Harvey Keitel, and Anna Paquin, falls short of his masterpieces 'Goodfellas' and Casino,' but is still well-made and magnificently acted.

Telluride Horror Show 2019: Second Wave Includes DANIEL ISN'T REAL, EXTRA ORDINARY, And GIRL WITH NO MOUTH

Just two weeks until the Telluride Horror Show descends on the small Colorado town and the festival has announced its second wave of titles, rounding out this year's lineup.    Festival favorites Daniel Isn't Real and Extra Ordinary lead the...

INCIDENT AT FORT BRAGG: Oz Perkins to Write And Direct Exorcism Flick For Lionsgate

Variety reported yesterday that Oz (Osgood) Perkins will write and direct the exorcism thriller Incident at Fort Bragg for Lionsgate.    The project is inspired by the true story of Irish priest Malachi Martin, who was brought in by the...

Friday One Sheet: MIDWAY, Woody Harrelson is Not Impressed

As floating head ensemble posters go, the latest key art for Roland Emmerich's Midway is the Bloomin' Onion variant. A spreading cluster (which, by the way, is still under half of the films principle cast of World War II military...

Now Streaming: GOLIATH S3 Finds Gold in a Dry Valley

Billy Bob Thornton returns as a dogged attorney who takes on Dennis Quaid and more menacing rich people.