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Yearly Archives: 2019

#29 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: Ben May Be Next (Week 29 of 116)

If it’s not Battle at Skunk Skull that this feed will end up being all about, it will have to be something I’ve been...

#28 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: No Way of Knowing (Week 28 of 116)

I speak a little bit about the Blu-ray production progress or lack of progress and then move onto the frustration of not having any...

Review: The Force Is Lacking With ‘Star Wars: Rise of the Skywalker’

In the summer of 1977, my brother and I rushed out of the Roxy Theater in Tacoma, Washington. We had just seen Star Wars...

Episode 109: 1917//Uncut Gems//Little Women

It’s the last show of 2019 and all the big Oscar hopefuls are flooding the theaters. The final few films that will be trickling...

Daisy Ridley Is Glad The Gang’s Back Together With ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’

The debate will forever rage on regarding The Last Jedi, but whether or not you love or disliked the feature, one fact is true:...

Blu-Ray Review: ‘Days of Wine and Roses’ Features Jack Lemmon And Lee Remick At Their Finest

The Warner Archive Collection contains a treasure trove of classics, and though I consider myself an avid film buff, it's a shame it took...

Director Danny A. Abeckaser Does Double Duty In New York Set ‘Mob Town’

I'm a sucker for gangster films, and director Danny A. Abeckaser (First We Take Brooklyn) refreshingly subverts the genre by telling the story through...

#27 I’ve Got a Movie to Make: The Blu-ray “Process” (Week 27 of 116)

I spoke with the distributor about how things are going and what happened with Canada. Also have some updates on the Blu-ray production, not...

Robbie Amell Cites Passion As The Key To Success Behind ‘Code 8’

If you need a bit of grounded reality in a comic book/dystopian future driven flick, Code 8 fits the bill. Directed by Jeff Chan...

Review: Science Fiction Thriller ‘Code 8’ Thrives On Lean Yet Superpowered Storytelling

One of my major gripes with comic book films lies in the overall stakes of the game. Although Earth or maybe even the universe...

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Review: ‘The Old Man: The Movie’ Is Stop-Motion Excellence From Estonia

In the late ‘90’s, a short cartoon called The Spirit of Christmas was traded from hand to hand, dubbed onto countless VHS tapes as...

‘Big Trouble In Little China’ And ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Blu-ray Giveaway From Deepest Dream

  For this week's giveaway, I'm offering up sealed and new Blu-rays of Big Trouble In Little China, Hacksaw Ridge, The Hitman's Bodygard, and Hostiles....

‘Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché’ Interview With Director Pamela B. Green

The documentary Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché centers on the life of the first female pioneer in cinema. The...

‘Enola Holmes’ Review – Millie Bobby Brown Shines As Sherlock’s Resilient Sibling

Millie Bobby Brown's international acclaim is obviously credited to TV's Stranger Things, and she has embarked on a promising film career as...