Run Review: Aneesh Chaganty’s New Thriller Sets the Standard for Disability Representation in Film

Run Movie Review

In 2016, a Buzzfeed News article titled, “Dee Dee Wanted Her Daughter To Be Sick, Gypsy Wanted Her Mom Murdered,” was being obsessively read by everyone I knew. I couldn’t find anyone on Facebook who wasn’t sharing it; I couldn’t find anyone on Twitter who wasn’t tweeting about it. It’s

Tenet Will Be Available On on 4K, Blu Ray, DVD and Digital In Time for the Holidays

Tenet DVD

One of the best action films of the year will soon be available on digital and Blu-Ray next month! Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Tenet on 4K, Blu Ray, DVD, and Digital on December 15. Tenet features an all-star cast with John David Washington (“BlacKkKlansman”), Robert Pattinson (“The Lighthouse,”

The Broken Hearts Gallery Available on Digital, DVD, and Blu-Ray™ This Month

The Broken Hearts Gallery DVD

One of my favorite romantic comedies of the year will soon be available on digital and Blu-Ray this month! Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will release The Broken Hearts Gallery on digital November 10th and Blu-ray and DVD on November 17th. The film Stars Geraldine Viswanathan and  Dacre Montgomery and was released

The Witches Review: The Robert Zemeckis Re-Imagining Is a Hot, Camp Mess

The Witches 2020

When Roald Dahl saw the film adaptation of his novel, The Witches, in 1990, he called it “utterly appalling.” With a roster of world-class artists like director Robert Zemeckis taking a crack at adapting the classic work to film alongside Guillermo del Toro and Black-ish writer Kenya Barris, also with

The Haunting Of Bly Manor Review: Mike Flanagan Crafts Another Horror Winner That Will Make You Scream, Then Make You Cry Ugly Tears

The Haunting of Bly Manor

Mike Flanagan is one of the most interesting voices working in horror today, and it's baffling that he has only worked 9 years in the genre. Though he hasn't enjoyed the kind of mainstream success other horror auteurs like James Wan have enjoyed, his output the past decade is full

Robert Zemeckis’s The Witches Moves To HBO Max

The Witches Official Trailer

Warner Bros has released the official trailer for, The Witches which was set to premeire theatrically but will now head to HBO Max for its release. Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump) will serve as director for the reimagined version of Roald Dahl's 1983 published novel along with co-writing the screenplay with Kenya

FAREWELL AMOR Review: A Family Drama That Comes Full Circle!

Farewell Amor Review

Farewell Amor takes a delicate look at an immigrant family that is reunited after being separated for 17 years and find themselves forever changed. Written and directed by Ekwa Msangi (Dollar Van), I screened it at the 2020 Urbanworld Film Festival. Farewell Amor is a story broken down into the three perspectives of our main

Netflix Provides First Official Look For Their Holiday Film Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

JINGLE JANGLE: A CHRISTMAS JOURNEY

Netflix has released the official first look to their upcoming holiday film, Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey. Written and directed by David E. Talbert (Almost Christmas), the film will be a musical adenture led by Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker as Jeronicus Jangle who must work with his granddaugther (Madalen

Hulu Releases Official Trailer For New Horror Series Helstrom

Helstrom

Hulu has released the official trailer to their upcoming horror series, Helstrom. The series will center around brother and sister Daimon (Tom Austen) and Ana Helstrom (Sydney Lemmon) asthey use their skills to track down the darkest of souls. Be sure to check out the Hulu original series Helstrom official

Universal Pictures Releases The Croods: A New Age Official Trailer

The Croods: A New Age

Universal Pictures has released the official trailer to their upcoming animated film, The Croods: A New Age. The Croods: A New Age will serve as a sequel to its predecessor 2013's The Croods. The film's returning voice talents such as Nicolas Cage, Catherine Keener, Emma Stone, and Ryan Reynolds will return

‘The Devil All the Time’ Is an Explosive But Laborious Tale of Generational Violence

devil all the time

“There’s a lot of no good sons of bitches out there,” and The Devil All the Time has many. Based on the novel of the same name by Donald Ray Pollock – who provides insightful and contemplative narration –  the film begins with a map filling the screen that links

ENOLA HOLMES Review: Slow Build Pays off in surprisingly rewarding ways!

Enola Holmes Review

Enola Holmes, the anticipated film based on The Enola Holmes Mysteries book series from author Nancy Springer, centers the youngest Holmes sibling, Enola (Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things), on a quest to find their mother, Eudoria (Helena Bohnam Carter, The Crown). On Enola’s 16th birthday, Eudoria disappears, forcing Enola to reunite with her big

DEFINITION PLEASE Review: Sujata Day’s Debut Feature Is A Must See Film!

Definition Please Review

Written, directed, and starring Sujata Day (Insecure), Definition Please follows Day’s Monica Chowdry, 15 years after winning the 2005 Scribbs national spelling bee. Monica stays in her hometown of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, to care for her ailing mother, Jaya (Anna Khaja, The Good Place), after the untimely death of her father.

Sign Up For Tickets To All In: The Fight For Democracy Virtual Screening

All In: The Fight For Democracy Screening

Amazon Studios is partnering with Pay or Wait to give fans a chance to see voting rights documentary, ALL IN: THE FIGHT FOR DEMOCRACY, which takes a look at the history, and current activism against voter suppression and the barriers to voting that most people don't even know is a

The Boys Season 2 Review: Bigger, Badder, Meaner, And Yet Kind Of Hopeful Superhero Satire

The Boys Season 2

When The Boys premiered last year, it was a bit of a double-edged sword. It came at the perfect time for a satire of superheroes and how they would act in the real world (premiering a couple of months before Watchmen) but more importantly, it satirized the way we consume

Chemical Hearts Review: Follows Familiar Tropes for Introspective Resonance

“You’re never more alive than when you’re a teenager,” a voice over offers. In the past, teenage angst followed the John Hughes formula: a bevvy of teens with different personalities melding together with explosive results. The teens usually harbored dreams of rebellion against the uptight authority figures domineering over their

Twentieth Century Studios Releases Death On The Nile Official Trailer

Death on the Nile Official Trailer

Twentieth Century Studios has released the official trailer to their upcoming mystery thriller, Death on the Nile. Directed by Academy Award® nominee Kenneth Branagh, he also reprises his role as Hercule Poirot who must investigate yet another murder during a couples honeymoon. The film's new list of star studded suspects

Project Power Review: A Thrilling And Genre-Bending Superhero Story That’s Grounded In Real Issues, And Real Powers

Project Power Review

Even with a global pandemic, there's no denying superhero movies and TV shows are approaching zombie-levels of saturation. This year alone saw the release of Birds of Prey, the Harley Quinn animated show, the last season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., as well as the upcoming (hopeful) release of The New

Warner Bros Releases Judas And The Black Messiah Official Trailer

Judas and the Black Messiah Official Trailer

Warner Bros releases the official trailer to the highly anticipated film Judas and the Black Messiah directed by Shaka King (Newlyweeds). The film centers around Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya) the chairman of the Chicago chapter of the Black Panther Party and how he was betrayed by FBI informant William O'Neal

Amazon Releases Official Trailer for Chemical Hearts

Chemical Hearts Official Trailer

Amazon has released the official trailer for their upcoming film, Chemical Hearts starring Lili Reinhart (Riverdale). The film is based on the novel of the same title by Krystal Sutherland about a young man Henry (Austin Abrams) who falls in love with a mysterious young woman (Lili Reinhart) from school.