Weinstein Company co-founder Bob Weinstein has been making a dedicated effort to distance himself and his company from his brother Harvey Weinstein, both by working to fire him from the company and by dismissing him as “sick and depraved” over the many allegations that he sexually harassed and assaulted women, but now…Read more...
Ever since The New York Times’ original exposé on Harvey Weinstein ran about a week and a half ago, more and more allegations against Weinstein and others regarding decades of sexual harassment and assault have been revealed with each passing day. Just last night, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Lawrence came forward…Read more...
As reported by Variety, Canadian actor John Dunsworth—best known for his role as Jim Lahey on Trailer Park Boys—has died. The news was first reported by his daughter, Sarah Dunsworth, who shared a statement on social media explaining that her father “left this world peacefully after a short and unexpected illness.”Read more...
PODCAST TRANSCRIPT: The People Under The Stairs was written and directed by Wes Craven and it features Ving Rhames, Brandon Quentin Adams, Everett McGill and Wendy Robie. It was released right after Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare and before Craven’s A New Nightmare. Most of Mr. Craven’s movies after A Nightmare on Elm Street were never well-received […] […]
Brawl In Cell Block 99 is a chilling, graphic, thriller with a towering lead performance that makes this one of the best movies in the genre ever made. The post Brawl In Cell Block 99 Review appeared first on That Moment In.
Once upon a time, 1990 to be exact, it would have been difficult to say who was the more charismatic couple, Barley Blair and Katya Orlova or Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. Indeed the charisma quotient went off the index … Continue reading →
Revisiting—or in a few cases, watching for the first time—blogger Michael C. celebrates the work of Michelle Pfeiffer, the best actress of his lifetime.Sometimes in movies, an actor or actress gives such a charismatic and fully realized performance that it rises … Continue reading →
I’m doing a double review again today. This time I’m reviewing South Korean horror The Wailing & Jeremy Saulnier’s ultra-violent Green Room, the follow-up to Blue Ruin. Here we go… The Wailing (2016) (곡성, 哭聲, Gokseong) Directed by Na Hong-jin Starring: Kwak Do-won, Hwang Jung-min, Chun Woo-hee Plot Synopsis: (via IMDB) A stranger arrives in … Continue re […]
Two quick reviews of two film adaptations of two books I read. My reviews of Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs can be found HERE & The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins HERE. Okay, one is a thriller but the other is close enough to being a “horror” so I’m … Continue reading →
Days after he was suspended indefinitely, Amazon Studios head Roy Price has resigned from the streaming company he’d started. This marks the end of a chapter for Amazon and swift fall from grace for Price who’d come up with the business plan for an Amazon entertainment division, launched the unit and ran it from Day one. The resignation was fully expected. A […]
President Donald Trump is taking the country down the same path that led to U.S. entry into World War II, Sen. John McCain warned today, spelling it out for reporters who appeared not to get the message he delivered Monday night in Philadelphia. On Monday, McCain had blasted isolationism, declaring “unpatriotic” those calls to abandon the country’s role as […]
The WGA East is accusing ITV America of employing the tactics of right-wing union-busters in the union’s ongoing attempts to get the company to negotiate a fair contract for writers/producers employed on reality TV shows such as Pawn Stars, Counting Cars and Tiny House Nation. The guild says that the main roadblock to a deal is the company’s refusal to negot […]
It's Halloween, so what better way to prepare than to look at a classic movie that has the same name?It’s Halloween time again, so let’s take a look at the classic 1978 movie which shares the same name as the holiday. This movie, like the previous year’s Star Wars, was not only successful, but had a huge impact on popular culture. Even people who aren’t […]
This article looks at bad guys who were memorable even though they answered to someone else.Last time, I looked at heroic sidekicks from movies. Now, I’m going to take a look at 5 movie sidekicks that were anything but heroic.1. OddjobGranted, the James Bond series was already on its third movie (Goldfinger) when audiences were introduced to Oddjob (Harold S […]
Recently, I caught up with Ryan Gage, who guest stars as Hitler on the first episode of the new season of Red Dwarf. You might also know him as the awful Alfrid in The Hobbit or as King Louis in The Musketeers series. He talks about being a huge fan of the series, his time… Continue reading Interview with Actor Ryan Gage for ScreenMayhem.com
Starring: Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Ryan Simpkins, Jason Mantzoukas Director: Andrew Jay Cohen When the corrupt local government takes away their daughter’s college scholarship, Scott (Ferrell) and Kate (Poehler) start an illegal casino in their friends (Mantzoukas) house to make up the money they need fast. But soon they’re dealing with local gangster heav […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to celebrate with you mi third blogoversary!!! I’m so happy we have reached this far. I feel like this is the perfect occasion to tell you that I’m extremely grateful for all the support through your likes and comments. I love interacting with you […]
Hello my lovely readers 🙂 How’s everything going? Today I want to share with you an easy but extremely cute DIY. It’s been a while since I haven’t done a DIY post and I forgot how much I loved it. This DIY is related to one of my favourite designer’s, which are Dolce and Gabbana. […]
The Beverly Hills offices of KatzSmith Productions are filled with the kind of treasures one would expect from the company that helped create “It,” currently the highest-grossing horror film of all time at the global box office. Haunting the conference room is an immense cineplex standee for “Abraham...
Harry Dean Stanton has died. Harry was a great, often underappreciated though much beloved actor--a personal favorite--and quite a character, who came to specialize in memorable, offbeat roles. A Kentucky native and veteran of World War II, he was bitten by the acting bug while at university and just went with it. He worked right to the end (he finished two […]
Thursday, there was a pretty good article on Decider on the problems Universal is going to have in creating its "Dark Universe," which launched Friday with the premiere of THE MUMMY. Written by Brett White, "Monster Problem: Dark Universe is the Anti-Marvel" covers some of the things that have made Universal's model, the Marvel' […]
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 […]
Registering birth details with government records is one of the most essential work that every Indian (not limited to India only) is supposed to do at the earliest. In this article, we will be checking the details on how one can register birth details online in their respective states. From last few months, digital wave has surely started in country and thin […]
Want to check the possibilities of solemnizing marriages online in India? Well here in this article we are going to explore all the facts that needs to be discussed about marriage solemnization in country. Can we as Indian have proper facilities to register marriage online or do we still need to go through conventional old ways of offline marriage solemnizat […]
Yesterday was the last day of the BFI London Film Festival 2017, which ran between 4-15 October 2017, and I thought I would comment on the Best Film Award winner, on some other nominees, as well as on some of the films that took part in various special galas. The films of the Festival reflected […]
Dreams of a Life (2011) Directed by Carol Morley, “Dreams of a Life” is a documentary film telling a real case of Joyce Vincent, a 38 year-old woman who died alone at her bedsit flat in London in December 2003, but her body had not been discovered until late January 2006. When the body of […]
Disney-Pixar’s upcoming animated feature “Coco” is rooted in Mexican culture. From the food, to the music, even the family dynamic was inspired by research trips, which brought the film’s creators to Mexico. A new featurette released by Disney shows footage from some of those trips and how they helped to inspire not just the characters, […] The post VIDEO: N […]
Comic creator Jim Davis is best known for producing the stories of probably the most famous fat cat of all time, Garfield. So it should come as no surprise that his take on Marvel’s massive, intimidating villain Galactus would come with some humor. In an upcoming issue of “Unbeatable Squirrel Girl,” the adorable little hero […] The post “Garfield” creator Ji […]
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If you utilize the Disney PhotoPass Service during your Disney World vacation, there is a Magic Shot currently available in Magic Kingdom's Adventureland, where you can take on a giant Dole Whip in your photo!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: S […]
Mental illness is an area some entertainers shy away from. This is not the case with Crackers, the latest production by the Bite Production Theatre collective. This black comedy is an unflinching look at Bipolar disorder, written by Georgina Adamson, a theatre-maker who was recently diagnosed. Five acquaintance are trapped in a room for sixty... Read More
When the Sydney Film Festival came around in the same week of exams, I knew I was destined for a week of popcorn-filled procrastination. After extensive research of the program and an elimination process that would rival most reality shows (Is two movies in one day too much?), I finally came to my top five.... Read More