Skip to main content

The Latest

  • Plaga Zombie Mutant Zone
    Film review: 'Plaga Zombie: Mutant Zone'
    There’s nothing wrong with having fun while making a movie. Take, for instance, zombie films, where blood, guts, and sheer mayhem are just a few of the general expectations people have going in. When endorsed by Fangoria itself, these become...
  • The Song
    Texas, faith-based movies and more in theaters in October
    Texas, faith-based movies and more are out in theaters in October. The Song, a contemporary story inspired by the Biblical books of Song of Solomon and Ecclesiastes, comes from writer-director Richard Ramsey, who is a 1995 graduate of McLennan...
  • Steven Spielberg wrote and directed "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
    "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" review: Spielberg says "We are not alone"
    “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” (1977)Written and Directed by: Steven SpielbergStarring: Richard Dreyfuss, Teri Garr, Bob Balaban, Francois Truffaut, Melinda Dillon, Carey GuffeyMusic by: John WilliamsClose Encounter of the First...
  • Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty' Diamond Edition on DVD and Blu-ray
    October 7, 2014 DVD and Blu-ray: Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty' Diamond Edition
    Coming to Blu-ray for the first time is Disney’s ultimate princess fairy tale Sleeping Beauty Diamond Edition with incredible high definition picture and thrilling, soaring sound. This must-own wondrous family classic is the 16th animated...
  • Season premiere of 'Once Upon A Time' is quite icy
    Season premiere of 'Once Upon A Time' is quite icy
    The fourth season premiere of Once Upon A Time aired Sunday, September 28, 2014 on ABC. The show opened spinning its own live action rendition of the popular Disney movie, Frozen (2013). The episode entitled “A Tale of Two Sisters”...
  • Derek Jeter, #2, SS - New York Yankees
    Why Baseball Needed Derek Jeter
    Moments. They are the cogs that turn the machine of life, and memories of them are the only sincere treasure one can reap when counting down the days, months and years. Some moments are so powerful, so compelling, they even have a profound effect...
  • DVD Review - Adventure Time: The Complete Fourth Season
    'Adventure Time: The Complete Fourth Season' DVD Review
    Finn and Jake continue have some very interesting adventures in the Fourth season of Adventure Time. For instance in the first episode 'Hot to the Touch' Finn tries to get to know Flame Princess but has to be very careful due to her...
  • Liam Neeson ends it in first trailer to Tak3n
    Liam Neeson ends it in first trailer to Tak3n
    In 2008, moviegoers were introduce to a new action film called Taken. The film starred Liam Neeson as Bryan Mills: a former CIA operative who had to uses his particular set of skills to save his daughter Kim (Maggie Grace), The movie was such a...
  • At 75, ‘Gone With the Wind’ still shows them how it’s done
    At 75, ‘Gone With the Wind’ still shows them how it’s done
    “Gone With the Wind” is still “Gone With the Wind.” At 75, the behemoth period romance may no longer hold the record for most Academy Awards (it won 10, three movies have since won 11) or be the all-time highest grossing...
  • DVD Review: The Wonder Years Complete Series
    'The Wonder Years Complete Series' DVD Review
    It was 1988 and it was right after Super Bowl XXII and a new show was debuting. It was called 'The Wonder Years'. It starred Fred Savage, Danica McKellar, Dan Lauria, Alley Mills, Jason Hervey, Olivia d' Abo, and Josh Saviano. The show...
  • James Finlayson
    Selected Short Subject: “Don’t Weaken” (1920)
    “Don’t Weaken”Directed by Mal St. ClairCast: Charlie Murray, Ford Sterling Harriet Hammond, James Finlayson, Baldy Belmont, and Fanny KellyReleased September 5, 1920. Running Time: 21:27As cinema entered the 1920s, comedy was...
  • Vondie Curtis-Hall
    M(ichigan) M(ovie) H(istory), September 30, 1956: Vondie Curtis-Hall born
    American actor and film director and television director Vondie Curtis-Hall was born this day, September 30, 1956, in Detroit. The son of a construction company owner and a nurse, he attended Presentation Our Lady of Victory grade school in...
  • Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice" trailer will take you higher
    Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice" trailer will take you higher
    If any one studio has mastered the art of the crime in cinema, it may just be Warner Bros. The studio behind film noir great Out of the Past and James Cagney gangster classics White Heat and The Public Enemy (not to mention Dirty Harry and...
  • "Meet the Patels"
    Indian & American dating cultures meet in comical documentary 'Meet the Patels'
    Yesterday, Sept. 28, The Milwaukee Film Festival held a screening of the hilarious family-made dating documentary "Meet the Patels." After breaking up with his American girlfriend, actor Ravi Patel decides to turn his love life over to...
  • James Dean
    On this Day in Movie History, September 30, 1955: James Dean dies
    It was on this day, September 30, 1955, James Dean an icon of the silver screen and an embodiment of teenage angst died in an automobile accident. His premature death cemented his legendary status. He became the first actor to receive a posthumous...