• Whitney (2015) – Lifetime Movie Protested – Movie Review

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza To be honest, had this Lifetime Original been directed by anyone other than Angela Bassett, I wouldn’t have watched.  I was never a big Whitney Houston fan.  From the interviews I saw, I thought she was pretentious at times and a mess at others.  I often enjoyed the Mad TV sketches [...]

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  • Twilight Zone: The Fever (1960) – TZ CLASSIC TV REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee “That monster stole my dollar!”—Franklin (Everett Sloane) Everyone knows somebody with a gambling problem. In fact, most of my family has a gambling problem. How many times do you see an elderly man, high on Viagra, screaming “let it ride” while playing Bingo, only to later find out that “let it ride” [...]

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  • The Babadook (2014) – Old Fashioned Horror Fun

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I had heard a lot about this movie as of late. Most horror fans love it. I’ve heard it called one of the scariest films in years and one not to watch alone. The trailer was certainly frightening and made the movie worth the Amazon rental, despite it being $6.99. [...]

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  • Vice (2015) – Bruce Willis, Thomas Jane Sci-Fi Thriller – MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee In 1973, the film WESTWORLD became a huge hit and gave birth to the follow up FUTUREWORLD. Each film explored the idea of human-like robots that can be used for the pleasure of the paying public and the downfalls of such a business. Lionsgate’s VICE is a take on that idea and [...]

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  • Annabelle (2014) – Haunted Doll Blu Ray Horror Movie Review – HORROR MOVIE NEWS

    By Geno McGahee There has been a lot of found footage over the past several years, but THE CONJURING and its success has begun sending the genre into a new and better direction. It brought the 1970’s style of horror to the screen. It was a time when the focus was to terrify the audience. [...]

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  • Ghost Watch (1992) British BBC Found Footage Film

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza There was a time when people were less skeptical of the world around them.  They were less cynical and believed more readily what they were told.  Maybe, it was before 9/11 or prior to the 24-hour news networks creating topics to talk about and providing more speculation than facts.  Years before [...]

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  • APP (2014) – Cell Phone Shocker – HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee There have been a lot of horror movies that concern technology and the dangers that it may pose. In the Bobby Boerman thriller “APP”, we have what may be the best film on the topic. APP is relentless and interesting with a great cast and thrilling pace right to the end. Anna [...]

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  • Houseboat Horror (1989) – Friday the 13th – Inspired Slasher HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee I love the 1980’s SOV horror films. It was a great time for movies in general. I remember going into the old mom and pop video stores in the eighties and sifting through the low budget horror movies that were on the shelves. HOUSEBOAT HORROR brought me back to that time. It [...]

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  • Killing Season (2013) – John Travolta and Robert De Niro Action Movie Review

    By Geno McGahee I would describe the acting careers of John Travolta and Robert De Niro as a mixed bag. At times, they are amazing and, at other times, they appear to just go through the motions. They are not above going for the money grab, and when I saw the cover art for KILLING [...]

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  • DeathDream (1972) The Xmas King Bob Clark Delivers Again

    Reviewed by Melissa Antoinette Garza   I am a huge fan of Bob Clark’s work.  I think his comedic contributions are fine.  A Christmas Story (1983) and Porky’s (1982) are classics in their own right.  That said, being a horror fan, I’m always drawn to his darker work. It really doesn’t get better than the [...]

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Chuck Norris, Charles Bronson, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal & More: REEL TALK ACTION MOVIE SPECIAL PODCAST

REEL TALK launches with an action film special. Covering the best of the 80’s action, REEL TALK goes into the films that defined that time, including the work of Chuck Norris, Charles Bronson, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal and Clint Eastwood. Filmmakers have gathered for this heated debate, including Zack Scott (THE 28TH DAY: THE [...]

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Manny Pacquiao Docu Film Premieres on Cable VOD – MOVIE NEWS

A new documentary film about the fascinating life of renowned boxer Manny Pacquiao will premiere on cable systems nationwide, starting on Friday, Jan 23, the same day it opens in theaters.  Narrated by Liam Neeson, Manny: Untold Story of Boxer Manny Pacquiao will be available on cable’s Video On Demand (VOD) as well as Pay-Per-View [...]

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BOYHOOD – Richard Linklater and Ellar Coltrane Q&A in conversation with Ira Glass – MOVIE NEWS

IFC Films would like to share with you a new Q&A with Richard Linklater & Ellar Coltrane in conversation with Ira Glass. Written and directed by Richard Linklater, Boyhood - now nominated for 6 Academy Awards -  has appeared on more “best of 2014″ lists than any other film released last year.  The award-winning film continues to win best picture [...]

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December In Red: “THE WAY OUT” Release Update – MUSIC NEWS

We’d like to take a minute to introduce you to Seattle’s December In Red and their upcoming album THE WAY OUT (to be released Mar. 10 on Seattle-based Cavigold Records). Made up of Del McGeachy (vocals), Dan Gardner (guitar), Colbey Schnelle (bass) and Marc Mercier (drums), the band’s scorching rhythms, airtight riffs and dynamic vocals [...]

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Whitney (2015) – Lifetime Movie Protested – Movie Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza To be honest, had this Lifetime Original been directed by anyone other than Angela Bassett, I wouldn’t have watched.  I was never a big Whitney Houston fan.  From the interviews I saw, I thought she was pretentious at times and a mess at others.  I often enjoyed the Mad TV sketches [...]

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Twilight Zone: The Fever (1960) – TZ CLASSIC TV REVIEW

By Geno McGahee “That monster stole my dollar!”—Franklin (Everett Sloane) Everyone knows somebody with a gambling problem. In fact, most of my family has a gambling problem. How many times do you see an elderly man, high on Viagra, screaming “let it ride” while playing Bingo, only to later find out that “let it ride” [...]

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Twilight Zone: Where is Everybody? (1959) – Classic TV REVIEW

By Geno McGahee This was the very first Twilight Zone episode and concerns a man alone in a town. Mike Ferris (Earl Holliman) wanders aimlessly and confused, seeking humanity but not finding it anywhere. He roams into a diner looking for some grub and the place is empty…not a soul. He sees a woman in [...]

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THE PHOENIX PROJECT | Now Playing & on VOD – HORROR MOVIE NEWS

THE PHOENIX PROJECT Now Playing Select Theaters & Available on VOD/Digital Download! Four young scientists work to craft a machine to reanimate deceased organisms. As the project develops, the machine exceeds their wildest expectations, creating boundless possibilities that challenge the very nature of human existence. However, success with this experiment comes at a price, as [...]

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IMPACT Wrestling premieres on Destination America this Friday at 9/8c – TNA WRESTLING NEWS

DESTINATION AMERICA GETS IN THE RING ON FRIDAY FOR THE PREMIERE OF  IMPACT WRESTLING – Impact Wrestling Premieres Friday,  January 16 at 9/8c on Destination America– IMPACT Wrestling makes its network premiere on Destination America this Friday with all the action this great American entertainment provides! Witness the fall-out from last week’s TNA World Title [...]

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15th annual Shriekfest announces it’s Call for Entries – HORROR MOVIE NEWS

Shriekfest, the Los Angeles Horror/SciFi Film Festival continues its tradition as Los Angeles’ Premier horror film event, presenting an exciting program of films each fall with beautiful Los Angeles as its backdrop. Now, in it’s 15th year, Shriekfest takes place at the legendary Raleigh Studios, which is the largest independent studio operator in the country. [...]

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The Babadook (2014) – Old Fashioned Horror Fun

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I had heard a lot about this movie as of late. Most horror fans love it. I’ve heard it called one of the scariest films in years and one not to watch alone. The trailer was certainly frightening and made the movie worth the Amazon rental, despite it being $6.99. [...]

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Vice (2015) – Bruce Willis, Thomas Jane Sci-Fi Thriller – MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee In 1973, the film WESTWORLD became a huge hit and gave birth to the follow up FUTUREWORLD. Each film explored the idea of human-like robots that can be used for the pleasure of the paying public and the downfalls of such a business. Lionsgate’s VICE is a take on that idea and [...]