Norman Reedus’ New Novel | Friday Night In With the Morgans Episode 8

The Morgans are joined by Norman Reedus and others to chat, discuss their quarantine accomplishments, and more! Watch more from Friday Night In With The Morgans: https://youtu.be/h4CK1yXLUjo Subscribe to The Walking Dead on YouTube: https://goo.gl/Tu5rSx 0:00 – Norman Reedus shares the novel he’s been working on in quarantine, plus the group talks about the accomplishments…

Review: THE INVISIBLE MAN Offers Unnerving, Tense, Sci-Fi Horror

Leigh Whannell is just showing off at this point because he directs The Invisible Man masterfully. Since arriving on the scene with his friend James Wan with their breakout hit Saw in 2004, Whannell has been a force to be reckoned with in the horror genre. His most recent hit was 2018’s Upgrade, but now he… Continue reading Review: THE INVISIBLE MAN Offers Unnerving, Tense, Sci-Fi Horror

Review: THE KITCHEN Isn’t Serving Up Anything Special

(L-R) ELISABETH MOSS as Claire, MELISSA McCARTHY as Kathy and TIFFANY HADDISH as Ruby in New Line Cinema’s mob drama “The Kitchen,” a Warner Bros. Pictures release. Photo Credit: Alison Cohen Rosa.

Based on the Vertigo comic books of the same name, The Kitchen is a new crime drama from a unique female perspective. Unfortunately, the novelty of having a female-led gangster movie is pretty much all this film has to offer, as otherwise, it is a predictable exercise in trying to revitalize a worn genre with… Continue reading Review: THE KITCHEN Isn’t Serving Up Anything Special

Review: THE KITCHEN Needs A Little Remodeling, But It’s Still Watchable

Mellissa McCarthy and Tiffany Haddish in THE KITCHEN

The Kitchen has several good elements that aren’t put together in the best manner. Andrea Berloff, who co-wrote Straight Outta Compton, makes her directional debut here. Sadly, this late 1970’s crime thriller feels like it never goes anywhere. Based on the DC Vertigo comic book miniseries, The Kitchen follows Claire, Kathy, and Ruby, the wives of… Continue reading Review: THE KITCHEN Needs A Little Remodeling, But It’s Still Watchable

Review: HER SMELL Is Beautifully Disgusting

Her Smell is a new drama film written and directed by Alex Ross Perry. The movie follows a punk rocker who, whilst dealing with increasingly crippling addiction and other personal issues, tries to recapture the glory of her younger years when she was a part of a successful girl band. It debuted at the 2018… Continue reading Review: HER SMELL Is Beautifully Disgusting

SXSW 2019 – Review: US Is A Disappointing Follow-Up from Jordan Peele

After his award-winning directorial debut Get Out, Jordan Peele returns to the director’s chair this year with his new horror film, Us. The movie follows a family whose vacation turns to chaos when their doppelgängers begin to torment them. It made its debut at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival. Unfortunately, Jordan Peele’s sophomore effort is… Continue reading SXSW 2019 – Review: US Is A Disappointing Follow-Up from Jordan Peele

SXSW 2019: Jordan Peele’s US Announced As Opening Night Film

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On January 8, 2019, it was announced that Jordan Peele’s new horror film Us will be featured at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival as the Opening Night Film. From the mind of Peele, writer and director of modern horror classic Get Out, Us tells the story of a family whose vacation goes awry when a… Continue reading SXSW 2019: Jordan Peele’s US Announced As Opening Night Film

Jordan Peele Drops US Trailer On Christmas Day, Now You Won’t Sleep

On Christmas morning, filmmaker Jordan Peele left a present for you in the form the trailer for US, his follow up to Get Out. If you thought you were going to have a pleasant day and rest easy tonight dreaming about sugar-plum fairies, you are dead wrong. The trailer for US is going to get… Continue reading Jordan Peele Drops US Trailer On Christmas Day, Now You Won’t Sleep