Director McG’s Netflix horror-comedy “The Babysitter” about a pre-teen (Judah Lewis) discovering his babysitter (Samara Weaving) is the head of a devil-worshiping cult that needs his blood was a pleasant surprise in 2017.
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This year marks the 30th anniversary of the release of the original “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” film, which became the most successful independent film released to date.
Those most excellent time-traveling rockers Bill S. Preston, Esq. (Alex Winter) and Ted “Theodore” Logan (Keanu Reeves) have made a most triumphant return in “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” the long-anticipated third installment in the comedy franchise.
The Mountain Valley Mall Cinema 7 has two bona fide new releases — “Unhinged” and “Words on the Bathroom Walls” — for the first time since the theaters located in North Conway reopened in July after being closed for months due to the pandemic.
It is a strange time for movies. The major studios have not had any theatrical releases since March, but drive-ins and some brick-and-mortar theaters have been screening older films as well as newer releases.
With the long-awaited sequel "Bill and Ted Face the Music" set to be released Sept. 1, I've been discussing fictional bands from movies and TV with my friend Brian McElhiney. We'll be diving into the subject matter in our podcast "Two Broke Nerds" next week.
On Aug. 13, it will be officially 10 years since the release of “Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World,” an occasion that was marked with a cast table read via Zoom, hosted by Entertainment Weekly. I have been “in lesbians” with the movie from day one.
In an alternate timeline where the coronavirus didn’t put much of the world on pause, “Palm Springs,” which holds the record for the biggest sale of a film at the Sundance Film Festival at $17,500,000.69, would have been a big theatrical hit. Instead, the film, produced by the comedy team Lo…
In my series of favorite unsung movies, it was inevitable I’d come to “Josie and the Pussycats,” a film I’ve unironically loved since its release in 2001.
In an era in which the term “fake news” is regularly applied to real news stories, it is even more important to take a look at “Shattered Glass.”
Netflix’s original mini-series “Hollywood,” a revisionist look at late-1940s Hollywood from Ian Brennan and Ryan Murphy, debuted on May 1, but in the weeks since its release, it feels even more relevant.
With the production and release of new films largely on hold for the next few months — supposedly Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” is arriving in theaters in July, but I’m not holding my breath — I wanted to start a series exploring some of my favorite films that don’t always get the attention th…
As with everything, the pandemic has had a profound effect on the film industry. The theatrical release of new films from the major studios has been on hold since March.