Walter Hill Retrospective Interview
  Last Friday at the American Cinematheque Aero Theater was the second of a four-day retrospective of director Walter Hill and it was a double feature that included my favorite of his films Streets of Fire. The screening started off with his biggest earlier hit The Warriors and between... Read more
Underrated Horror Films For Halloween: Part 2
We’re Back! If you missed the first part of my underrated horror films then you can find that HERE. As with the first list there are many great horror films to choose from to get you in the mood for Halloween and while there are the tried and true... Read more
Underrated Horror Films For Halloween: Part 1
With Halloween right around the corner a lot of us get in the mood by watching horror films, and there are plenty of great ones to choose from. While there are the obvious choices of films like Halloween (1978), Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), The Haunting (1963), The Thing... Read more
Have We Become Too Politically Correct?
Over the weekend I went to see Miss Peregrine Home for Peculiar Children directed by Tim Burton because I’m a fan of Burton and the movie looked very interesting. I have not read the original novel written by Ransom Riggs so going into the movie I was new to it.... Read more
SDCC ’16: DC Film & TV Costumes
One of the really neat things that DC Comics booth did last few years is to bring production costumes from their television and feature films based on the DC Comics Universe. This year not only did they bring their newest Suicide Squad but also next years Wonder Woman film.... Read more
The Nice Guys Review
I was finally able to get to the movies this weekend and got to see a film that I had really been looking forward too every sense I first saw the trailer for it. The Nice Guys is the new film from Shane Black who has written some of... Read more
WonderCon 2016: The Giant’s Dream Review
Before I get to the WonderCon screening of The Giant’s Dream there is a bit of history and personal story that goes with my love of the Iron Giant. On August 6th 1999, Warner Bros. with little fanfare released the animated film The Iron Giant. The film died at... Read more
Electric Boogaloo DVD Review
Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films! Run Time 1:46:20 Aspect Ratio 1:78 (and clips 1:33 to 2:35) Audio Dolby Digital 5.1 Dual Layer Disc Special Features: Deleted Scenes 15:11 Cannon Trailers 34:31 Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films! is not only the most... Read more
What Hollywood “REALLY” Needs To Learn From Deadpool
Over the weekend Deadpool broke all sorts of box office records. Here is how it all stacked up. #1 opening weekend ($132.75M) ever in Fox history #1 opening weekend ever for an R-rated film #1 February opening weekend #1 Winter opening weekend #2 opening weekend ever for an original... Read more
Diversity And Oscar
There has been a lot of conversations about this years Academy Awards nominations and the lack of black actors and films such as Straight Outta Compton, Creed, and Concussion getting few or no nominations. While I can only comment so much being a white male myself there is a... Read more