Art, Commerce Find Common Ground in Russia

Art, Commerce Find Common Ground in Russia While Kantemir Balagov’s “Beanpole” and Larisa Sadilova’s “Once in Trubchevsk,” both screening in Un Certain Regard, fly the flag for Russian arthouse filmmaking at the Cannes Film Festival this year, ...

Scott Free Ups David W. Zucker To Head Of Worldwide TV In Reorganization, Hires Marina Brackenbury In UK

Scott Free Ups David W. Zucker To Head Of Worldwide TV In Reorganization, Hires Marina Brackenbury In UK Exclusive: Ridley Scott’s Scott Free is restructuring its TV operation, promoting longtime Us-based President of Television David W. Zucker to Head of Worldwide TV. In his expanded new role, he will ...

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It’s always fun to peruse the impressive career of writer-director Michael Crichton, whose brilliant, commercially savvy ideas so often hit the mark. He even invented a plausibly credible dinosaur ...

Where Are They Now: Albert Brenner Went From Window Dressing to Oscar Noms

Growing up among his native Brooklyn’s brick-and-fire-escape facades in the 1930’s, production designer-to-be Albert Brenner often dreamed of the wide open spaces depicted in his favorite ...

Russian Filmmakers Rock the Boat to Critical Acclaim

Russian films at Cannes this year illustrate bravery, past glories and increasing success in genres that show off the country’s forte in FX and animation work. As Ilya Stewart of Hype Production sees ...

From VHS to VOD #3

I don’t know if you’re anything like me, but I can often spend hours upon hours trawling through iTunes looking for new movies to buy… Usually I’ll randomly come across a title I haven’t seen in years ...

It Came From The Tube: When Michael Calls (1972)

A lot of great TV horror movies rely on a final image, a real shocker, to hammer home the fear. But not all of them. When Michael Calls (1972) is a telefilm that measures out its chills, leading to a ...

The Bat People (1974), Vicious Lips (1986), The Man From Planet X (1951) & More Coming to Blu-ray from Scream Factory

Scream Factory wasted no time kicking their week into high gear, as today they announced six upcoming Blu-ray releases that are sure to scratch the cult horror and sci-fi itch for home media ...

Supergirl season 2 episode 5 review: Crossfire

Kayti Burt Nov 8, 2016 Mon-El gets a job, James starts down his Guardian path, and Alex is brave in one of the best Supergirl episodes yet... This review contains spoilers. See related New TV 2016: ...

Young Justice renewed for season 3

Kayti Burt Nov 8, 2016 Young Justice will back for more superhero adventures. Season 3 has now been confirmed... The critically-acclaimed Young Justice animated series was canceled after two seasons ...

Blu-ray Review – The Hills Have Eyes (1977)

The Hills Have Eyes, 1977. Directed by Wes Craven. Starring Susan Lanier, Dee Wallace, Michael Berryman, Robert Houston, Russ Grieve, John Steadman, Lance Gordon, Martin Speer, James Whitworth, ...

Self/less | Review

The Change-Up: Singh Sleepwalks Through Sci-Fi Stock Time is not on anyone’s side in director Tarsem Singh’s latest blunder through familiar material, Self/less, a mash-up of recycled sci-fi tropes ...

Michael Crichton's Micro heading to the movies

With Jurassic World still breaking records, Michael Crichton's final novel - Micro - has been snapped up for a film adaptation... The late Michael Crichton probably would have enjoyed the fact that ...

Film Rights to Michael Crichton’s Micro Acquired by DreamWorks Studios

From The Andromeda Strain to Jurassic Park to Prey and beyond, the late Michael Crichton offered readers numerous gateways to intelligent escapism on the printed page. Published posthumously, 2011's ...

Television that Home Video Forgot: The Return of Jezebel James (2008)

The Return of Jezebel James Showcase Inventory Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino Produced by Dorothy Parker Drank Here Productions, Regency Television, Fox Television Studios Aired on Fox for 1 ...

'Romancing the Stone': 25 Things You Didn't Know About the Kathleen Turner Classic

With its blend of adventure, love story, and comedy, "Romancing the Stone" is remembered today as one of the quintessential hits of the 1980s. Nonetheless, at the time the movie was released (30 years ...

Super-8 Children’S Cancer Fundraiser Movie Madness December 3rd at The Way Out Club

Super-8 Movie Madness is teaming up with Roger’s Reels and The National Children’s Cancer Society for the third annual Super-8 Children’S Cancer Fundraiser Movie Madness which takes place Tuesday ...

TV highlights 06/06/2013

Live Athletics: Diamond League, Rome | Ultimate Shopper | Up The Women | Coma | The Most Dangerous Man In Tudor England | David Walliams: Snapshot In Time | The Alps Murders | Lemon La Vida Loca Live ...

Five films to avoid during surgery

A new scheme encourages patients to watch their favourite film while under local anaesthetic. Here are some to steer clear of A pioneering scheme has been launched at Peterborough City Hospital that ...

Earthquake, Coma Star Returns: Nominated for Canadian Oscar

Geneviève Bujold is back: Canadian Screen Awards 2013 [See previous post: "Canadian Screen Awards: Oscar-Nominated War Witch Tops."] In addition to War Witch‘s Rachel Mwanza, the Canadian Screen ...

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