From Paramount and director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump, The Walk) and writer Steven Knight (Peaky Blinders, Locke) comes the World War II romantic spy thriller Allied. Starring Brad Pitt and Marion Marion Cotillard the film is available to own on Blu-ray/DVD today February 28, 2017. Continue reading Allied: A Romantic Spy Thriller – They Don’t Make Movies Like This Anymore [Blu-ray Review]
Bill Paxton passed away over the weekend at the age of 61. He was undergoing heart surgery and suffered a stroke during the procedure — an injury from which he would not wake from. The man was pure joy to be around if you were ever fortunate enough to see him in person (I was lucky enough to get right up close at the Aliens Reunion panel at the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo a couple years ago — Paxton stole the show). Continue reading Remembering Bill Paxton – The Iconic Actor Who Brought So Much Life to Every Single Scene
[Press Release] Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced Middle-earth: Shadow of War™, the sequel to the critically acclaimed Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor™, winner of more than 50 industry awards, including 2015 Game Developers Choice Awards’ Game of the Year, Outstanding Innovation in Gaming at the 2015 D.I.C.E. Awards and the BAFTA for Game Design. Developed by Monolith Productions, Middle-earth: Shadow of War features an original story with the return of Talion and Celebrimbor, who must go behind enemy lines to forge an army and turn all of Mordor against the Dark Lord, Sauron.
Sex rap masterminds and hip hop royalty 2 Live Crew will be joining the craziest music festival in Canada this April 7th and 8th for Canadian Juggalo Weekend, alongside Insane Clown Posse, Ice-T and many more to be announced. Check out the reveal video and more right here for the Calgary, Alberta show! Continue reading 2 Live Crew Join Canadian Juggalo Weekend Alongside Insane Clown Posse, ICE-T & Onyx
The 89th Annual Academy Awards have been dished out, with La La Land raking in six total, while Moonlight literally stole the evening with a shocking upset for Best Picture – especially after it was wrongly announced that La La Land had won (AND they let them give an acceptance speech for five minutes before telling them who REALLY won). Check out the results and more here. Continue reading Oscars 2017 Results: Warren Beatty & Faye Dunaway Can’t Read – Moonlight Wins Best Picture
This week I saw Lion with a friend who recommended it. I’d never heard of Lion, didn’t know what to expect and this was the director, Garth Davis’s ‘feature debut’ (he hadn’t made anything else that I could compare to) so I really had nothing to go on. The trailer looked like a made-for-TV drama, at least to me, but then I’m a little unfair to movies (and trailers) that are not my preferred genre. But when we bought our ticket, the box office guy told us that it was excellent and that we were in for a treat. I still didn’t know what this movie was really about going in. Continue reading Lion: Intense & Compelling – There Was Not a Dry Eye in The Theater [Review]
A movie not knowing its identity is very frustrating. Get Out is a perfect example of being funny when it shouldn’t be. Having some light comedy or even a moderate amount in a horror/thriller film is perfectly fine. But when a movie is doesn’t balance it well, it makes it very difficult to be scared when you’re supposed to be and fear for the safety of the main characters. I was really wanting to like Get Out. Unfortunately, it had a lot of issues. Continue reading Get Out: A Movie That Doesn’t Quite Know What It Wants To Be [Review]