SXSW Film Review: Pee-wee’s Big Holiday

The laugh. The hair. The bowtie. After a 25+ year absence, Pee-wee Herman is back and bringing the laughs once again. The quirky character known for his ideallic 50s-esque humor designed for both children and adults is back with "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" thanks to the support of Judd Apatow and Netflix. Paul Reubens, the star... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film Review: Everybody Wants Some

At one point during Richard Linklater's "Everybody Wants Some", a group of the characters is sitting around getting stoned, listening to Van Halen and discussing what art is. One character sagely describes the music saying that anyone can work within a framework, but what Van Halen does is find the tangents within the framework and... Continue Reading →

SXSW Film: Another Evil

"Another Evil" was directed by Carson D. Mell (writer on "Eastbound & Down" and "Silicon Valley”) and starring Steve Zissis ("Togetherness") and Mark Proksch ("Squat-Cobbler"/"Better Call Saul") and tells the story of Dan (Zissis) trying to get rid of a couple of ghosts in his family vacation home and Os (Proksch) the professional ghost hunter... Continue Reading →

The Witch – Review

After a year of touring the film circuits and teasing audiences with trailers for six months, The Witch has arrived in theatres. The Witch isn't your standard fare for modern horror movies. It doesn't rely on jump scares or gags to eek scares out of the audience, instead it takes a more subtle approach. It slowly crawls under your... Continue Reading →

Deadpool – Movie Review

Deadpool is a character from the Marvel Universe that the more casual moviegoers may have heard of, but Marvel fans fiercely love. A jokester, a smartass, and a kick-ass anti-hero, Deadpool has always been a breath of fresh air compared to his superhero counterparts. In his first self-titled feature film, fanboys and casual viewers are... Continue Reading →

Norm of the North – Review

Norm of the North (Norm) follows the story of Norm (Rob Schneider) who is a polar bear that just doesn't fit in! Wacky, right? Also, he's a dancer...and heir to some ambiguous polar bear throne. After a film crew managed by the friendly Vera (Heather Graham) shows up to shoot a commercial for a real... Continue Reading →

The Revenant – Review

Every once in a while, a movie will appear that will grab your attention and never let go – keep you spell-bound. The Revenant is just such a movie, offering a creative take on the classic revenge and survival genres. Even more so than Birdman, The Revenant is a director’s movie - a showcase for... Continue Reading →

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip

Through a series of misunderstandings, Alvin, Simon and Theodore come to believe that Dave is going to propose to his new girlfriend in Miami...and dump them. They have three days to get to him and stop the proposal, saving themselves not only from losing Dave but possibly from gaining a terrible stepbrother. (C) Where to... Continue Reading →

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