Ah, the 1990s: Trapper Keepers. O.J. Simpson. Nostalgia for the fashions and culture of the 1980s. Dreams of a future in which Mo Rocca would yell at you on TV about how much he loved the era you were currently living in. It was an amazing time.Read more...
They say that every man has its price, and when it comes to Stranger Things actor David Harbour, that price appears to be the all-important “retweet” button on Twitter. Hot on the heels of agreeing to pose for trombone-heavy class photos with a high school senior, Harbour has once again made like Wendy’s and agreed to…Read more...
Bad news for fans of cable-based fantasy series—those who haven’t already had their appetites sated by all the other elf-and-sword-based entries currently populating the airwaves, anyway: THR reports that Spike has closed the book on The Shannara Chronicles. The Terry Brooks-based fantasy series ran for two seasons,…Read more...
The films of Howard Hawks are more famous than the man himself. As with Billy Wilder his career spanned every genre and style and he mastered them all. He made screwball comedies and film noir, gangster films and westerns. And … Continue reading →
Christmas is a time for the familiar. For turkey and Criterion Collection films as presents. It’s also a time for reflection and seasonal viewings of When Harry Met Sally… and One Fine Day. Two films I’ve watched over and over and … Continue reading →
Coco (2017) Review Directed by Lee Unkrich Starring: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renée Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Edward James Olmos Music by Michael Giacchino Plot Synopsis: (via Wikipedia) The story follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel Rivera who is accidentally transported to the land of the dead, where he seeks […]
Well, it’s Year 6 of my blog & Year 3 of me doing this Blind Spot Project where we make ourselves watch 12 movies in a year that we’ve been meaning to watch for ages. Most people choose classics but I like to mix it up with some random shit as well since watching 12 … Continue reading →
Amazon has greenlit a second season of half-hour superhero series The Tick. The 10-episode Season 2 will begin production later this year and is expected to premiere in 2019 exclusively on Prime Video. Creator Ben Edlund (Firefly, Supernatural, Gotham) will return for the sophomore season, along with leads Peter Serafinowicz (Guardians of the Galaxy) as The […]
YouTube has picked up global rights to the satirical hip-hop movie Bodied, directed and written by music video helmer Joseph Kahn and produced by Eminem, his manager and Def Jam Records CEO Paul Rosenberg. Bodied follows Adam Merkin, a grad student who suddenly becomes a battle rapper, and whose success breeds outrage in Oakland’s underground hip-hop scene. […]
NBA star Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors is helping other sports stars up game when it comes to their YouTube presence. Durant’s Thirty Five Media, which is co-owned by Rich Kleiman will work closely with the popular video platform to help athletes launch their own channels. They will also create new and innovative sports programming as a developme […]
Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Michael Sheen, Candice Bergen, Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff, Jon Rudnitsky Director: Hallie Meyers-Shyer Alice (Witherspoon) is an almost divorced single mother, and the daughter of a famous film maker. When she winds up allowing three young men to move in (Alexander, Wolff and Rudnitsky) she finds her life turned upside down, and… […]
Let’s Get Stuck Into… is a podcast from ScreenMayhem.com which focuses on sets of five films from different influential film personalities and masters of cinema. It’s a really fascinating and fun podcast, and I had a really great time recording this one, about Studio Ghibli and the often overlooked teen drama Whisper Of The Heart.… Continue reading Podcast: […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to review some make up and beauty products that I’ve purchased recently. Most of this products are from the drugstore, so they are very affordable if you want to try them. Lip gloss – Burt’s Bees I’m really happy with this lip gloss because […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 Happy new year!! I hope you I’ve had a lovely new year’s eve and that 2018 brings all your wishes, and you achieve all your new year resolutions. Today I want to share with you a sweet and feminine winter outfit. This is a very confortable everyday look, but I think it’s […]
Just after donning our virtual reality headsets — and before pulling down the visors to completely surrender to a digital galaxy — four of us would-be rebels were given one major rule: no running. No running? No problem. There were many concerns I had before entering Downtown Disney’s the Void,...
A teenage witch, an alien, a jock, a child genius and a girl who can telepathically talk to a dinosaur are all about to be late for class. On a sun-soaked fall day in Pasadena, the cast of “Marvel’s Runaways” looks more like a revamped version of “The Breakfast Club” than the latest superhero squad....
Ninety-one years ago today--10 Jan., 1927--Fritz Lang's magnificent sci-fi fantasy METROPOLIS first hit the screen in Germany. This is the kind of movie the phrase "visionary masterpiece" was coined to describe, a gloriously weird epic of the future as seen from the late Weimar era wherein the working class robotically toils away on machines b […]
Born today, 30 Dec., in 1945, Lloyd Kaufman, producer, writer, director, the co-founder of Troma Entertainment and one of the magnificent bastards responsible for, among so many other off-the-wall classics, the Toxic Avenger movies, POULTRYGEIST: NIGHT OF THE CHICKEN DEAD, TERROR FIRMER, TROMA'S WAR and TROMEO & JULIET. Highbrow snobs may scoff at L […]
I love you as you are – That face that stills my heart. That smile that makes it beat, Still every time we meet. The way you love me so, How we each hate letting go, When we hold each other tight, And talk sweet late at night. The way you hold my […]
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) It is no wonder that Agatha Christie chose the Orient Express, once the most luxurious train in the world, as the setting for one of her fictitious crime scenes. From Paris to Istanbul, a journey of some 1,920 miles, will take passengers around 1883 (the date of its first […]
Tokyo Godfathers (2003) The co-director and scriptwriter of this little gem of an animation is no other than Satoshi Kon, the man who brought to the masses such great animated films as “Perfect Blue” (1997) and “Paprika” (2006), and the story is about three homeless people who discover an abandoned baby-girl amidst the piles of […]
It’s time to celebrate the Year of the Dog– hopefully with Pluto joining in on the fun– at Disneyland Resort, as Disney California Adventure rolls out its Lunar Year Year Festival once again. In addition to the usual characters, shows, and merchandise, the park will be serving up a wide variety of tasty food offerings […] The post Appetizing East Asian-inspi […]
The legendary DC Comics superhero The Flash (or simply Flash) has appeared in a variety of media since his first introduction over 75 years ago, including cartoons, live-action TV series, and video games. Though he did appear in minifigure form in 2014’s “The Lego Movie,” until 2016’s “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” the character […] The post “Spider-M […]
Disneyland's Cove Bar closed January 8, but one of its signature drinks -- the Fun Wheel -- is being served in a new location! Guests can find the Fun Wheel at Alfresco Tasting Terrace on Pacific Wharf. Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and: Subscri […]
The 2018 Disney Dining Plan now allows guests to get specialty beverages and alcohol drinks as part of the plan -- and we have a complete list of the 2018 Disney Dining Plan Restaurants! Disney Food Blog Fans, be sure to check out our DFB Disney World Dining Guide e-Books! Find great deals at DFBStore.com! Also, come on over and: Subscribe to our NewsletterF […]
When the original Despicable Me first came around, I loved it. To be fair, I was eleven at the time and the film’s target audience, but the off-beat humor and mischievous antics of the characters grabbed me, in a way that few kid’s films could. In a world where animation was dominated by wholesome (usually Disney and... Read More
Six months ago, I began Game of Thrones. Initially overwhelmed by the sheer number of plot lines and characters, I soon became hooked. With the help of Natalie Bochenski’s recaps and the Raven On podcast I managed to learn the names of all the characters just in time for them to be killed off in a... Read More