From the writing to the directing it is not just a misstep, it’s a giant leap backwards that makes movies like LEPRECHAUN look good.
Tyler MacIntyre’s TRAGEDY GIRLS is the most fun and clever way one could have damning social media.
Ray Schillaci recommends three zombie movies for Halloween-time: TRAIN TO BUSAN, THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS & IT STAINS THE SAND RED.
A crowd-pleasing courtroom drama.
Ray Schillaci’s PIC of the week for 10/12/17 – The horror/musical with carnivorous mermaids, THE LURE.
Chucky is back in action with his unique set of skills: torment, torture and murder, all with a wink and a devilish smile.
A bold push forward on a classic story, told with overwhelming style.
Stellar science fiction with a wholly realized futuristic universe and much to say.
Stephen Frears veers between comedy and drama in the same film, to mixed results.
This historical Trump allegory with a better ending benefits from two excellent lead performances.
What is actually happening? That question took the whole movie and a long discussion afterwards to answer.
The new iteration of Stephen King’s IT wastes no time getting off to a screaming start.
Justin Bowler’s ongoing rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Midwest Horror Fest, Flint Fright and Kinofilm, Manchester International Short Film Festivals.
Justin Bowler’s ongoing rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Dickens and Sin City Horror Film Festivals, Desmond District Demons Film Festival and Hollywood Independent Filmmaker Awards and Festival
The iconic director of the original THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE has joined the likes of George A. Romero and Wes Craven.
Isn’t it just right in all ways that Steven Soderbergh is back with not just a new film, but a whole newly-designed delivery method for movies?
Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal do an exceptional job of putting viewers in the middle of this situation and piling on a heaping dose of uncomfortable.
Paul talks to star of American Exorcism and very busy working actor Michael Filipowich about…about a LOT – Steven Seagal, David Caruso, John Travolta, no one is spared.
After many years of rewrites, directors and producers, SONY Pictures finally delivers one of the biggest King adaptation disappointments, and that’s putting it mildly.
With the availability of so much entertainment vying for our attention, there is one genre that can easily be missed…B-movies.
Justin Bowler’s ongoing rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Unrestricted View, Terror in the Bay, Glasgow & Freak Show Horror Film Festivals.
Leah Shaw and Andrew Bourgeois of the SoCal Clips Indie Film Fest stop by The Admiral’s Club to talk about this year’s fest, how it’s put together and their favorite movies of all time.
Not for everyone (maybe too much for many), but those of you who choose to see what real acting is…if you can stomach it…should watch this show with rapt attention.
A GHOST STORY doesn’t give a DAMN what you’re used to seeing on the movie screen.
Ray Schillaci of The Movie Guys interviews Jody Lambert, director of the new ensemble film BRAVE NEW JERSEY.
WIND RIVER is one of the year’s best films and quickly shoots writer Taylor Sheridan to the top of the class.
The film feels as cold as INTERSTELLAR with not one character to genuinely care about.
The whole thing gets a little murky but fear not – the second half of this movie brings everything home quite spectacularly.
Paul Preston & Justin Bowler recall their shenanigans at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, July 20-22. Truly, the most wonderful time of the year.
Mike Flanagan and his writing partner, Jeff Howard, have developed a smart tale of fantasy and terror.
Justin Bowler looks back on his film festival friendliness series to examine the importance and credibility of fests giving feedback.
One of the more sober and dark summer films to hit the cinema in a long while. But it’s effective.
Movie Guy Ray Schillaci remembers legendary filmmaker George A. Romero, from the first time he saw “Night of the Living Dead”, to a career retrospective.
A virtual kaleidoscope, heavy on sights and sounds, but light on story and characters which tends to be the norm for many graphic novel adaptations.
Movie Guy Paul Preston charts out the best way to see classic movies in Los Angeles.
Paul Preston hits the red carpet to chat it up with attendees at Outfest’s Opening Night Gala at the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: A recap of all the festivals!
Less Minions = More Steve Carell = Better movie.
Justin Bowler’s weekly rating of film festival friendliness – this week: Willson Oakville Film Festival
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “Baby Driver”.