Till Death puts Megan Fox back in the horror genre as a newly widowed spouse whose past comes back to haunt her. An interesting, yet familiar setup of events unfold that will keep you glued due to Fox’s performance. Till Death probably would have been more effective if it had drawn a majority of its… Continue reading Review: Till Death Depicts Gerald’s Game Meets Home Alone Revenge Tale
Looking at box office history reveals the shifting or non-shifting trends of movie audiences. Thirty years ago, comedy took home all the money; twenty years ago, it was the same story, but ten years ago, the action-packed end of an epic saga won the day.
Thirty years ago, the box office sizzled with actions, ten years later, it was laughing its way to the bank, and ten years after that, it was laughing again from a kick to the nuts.
You might not realize it, but a lot of the snow you see in your favorite holiday film is actually a bit of movie magic. Special materials (honed over a century of sometimes dangerous experimentation), technological wizardry, and actual snow consultants come together to craft all those wondrous flurries, squalls, and snowbanks. Here’s an inside…
Fourteen hundred and ninety-two, Columbus … inked a deal with Netflix? That’s right, the streaming giant has secured a multi-year deal with Chris Columbus and partners, Michael Barnathan and Mark Radcliffe, all of 1492 Pictures. The deal allows Netflix to get a first look at any feature film from the company that it may seek… Continue reading Netflix and 1492 PICTURES Sign First-Look Feature Film Deal