Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

Momma Mia, Here We Go Again

ReAgitator: Revenge of the Parody

The Truth Seeker

New Distro Label “Film Threat Presents” Debuts With “The Theta Girl”

Skyscraper

The Insult

A.I. Tales

Stephen Susco Podcast: Unfriending and the Horrors of Social Media

Unfriended: Dark Web

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation

As a child, it was almost impossible to get my parents to take me to see kid’s films. They’d sit there, roll their eyes, and say “maybe.” Of course, “maybe” meant no. At age ten, I was finally old enough to wander off to the movie theater on my own, and that’s how it all … Continued

Momma Mia, Here We Go Again

Although it was adapted from the long-running stage production of the same name, no one was prepared for the international smash that Phyllida Lloyd’s Mamma Mia! would become. Nevertheless, musical fans came out in droves, and the film went on to gross $615 million internationally, raking in more than ten times its projected budget and … Continued

ReAgitator: Revenge of the Parody

When someone says that a movie, book, or TV show “has everything, and the kitchen sink,” it expresses that the media in question holds nothing back. Every idea that runs through the director or writer’s mind is there, in the twists the story takes, the arc of the characters, and the general atmosphere. Whether such … Continued

The Truth Seeker

When a relentless and brutal interrogation becomes a therapy session, an assailant’s bloody and hopeless victim urges him to seek his true calling… social work. So, working as an interrogator has to be a hard gig.  Dale (Michael Butler Murray) is one such hard-working man. Wearing the standard issue vinyl smock, latex gloves, and basic … Continued

Skyscraper

When you purchase a ticket for a Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson movie, you kind of know what to expect. His track record involves a lot of terrible movies, but the one saving grace is Johnson’s undeniable charisma. From San Andreas and Baywatch to Rampage, and everything before and (probably) after, The Rock stands out in … Continued

The Insult

The Insult is a drama film immersed in political complexity and racial antagonism. It was directed by Ziad Doueiri (The Attack), who co-wrote with Joelle Touma, and stars Adel Karam and Kamel El Basha as a Christian Lebanese and a Palestinian refugee, respectively, who, taking their pride to an extreme, have their personal squabble taken … Continued

A.I. Tales

The sci-fi anthology, made up of short stories about artificial intelligence, feature world-renowned talent such as Pom Klementieff (Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Infinity War), Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), and Neil Jackson (Westworld) among many others. A.I. Tales is a cogent collection of sci-fi shorts that imagine a world in which humanity has given … Continued

Stephen Susco Podcast: Unfriending and the Horrors of Social Media

Screenwriter Stephen Susco (The Grudge, The Possession, Texas Chainsaw 3D) delivers a frightening directorial debut with Unfriended: Dark Web. The sequel to Unfriended takes a bizarre turn into realism — a horror-thriller taking place in real-time mostly over Facebook. I mean, this could happen to you! Stephen chats with us about the movie, our screen-obsessed … Continued

Unfriended: Dark Web

The latest installment in the series, Unfriended: Dark Web veers far from its predecessor and takes us into the shady world of the, you guessed it…“dark web.” (For those unfamiliar with that term, it’s basically a secure…and hard to reach…part of the internet where, through the use of cryptocurrency, a person can purchase illegal goods … Continued