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Wish Upon – (2017) Horror Movie Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I had the pleasure of watching WISH UPON (2017) in an empty theater with my favorite people in all the world, this past Sunday. My amazingly sexy, funny, talented husband of 7 years, Stephen Ray (Alotious) Garza, was on the left of me.   He’s the best around.  Nothing’s ever gonna […]



By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I enjoy Kate Winslet as an actress.  Despite disliking the wildly popular TITANIC (1997), I recognize her amazing performance.  In productions like, THE HOLIDAY (2006), THE LIFE OF DAVID GALE (2003) and the phenomenal ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND (2004), Winslet revealed her versatility and overall talent as an […]


Beauty and the Beast (2017) – A Conservative’s Film Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza  I haven’t seen the Disney cartoon adaptation in quite a while, but since some of my favorite people in the world were going to see the new film, I decided to go with.  I knew there was some hubbub about the inclusion of a gay character, so I was curious about […]



  By Melissa Antoinette Garza   My best friend suggested this movie to me ages ago.  I love Bill Hader, Kristen Wiig, Luke Wilson and Ty Burrell.  The lead actors and the supporting cast, alike, are fantastic.  That said, knowing there were going to be highly emotional scenes, I needed to wait for the right […]



    Reviewed by Melissa Antoinette Garza   I just found out that SAVED! is on HULU.  I love that flick.  I watched it about a year ago when it was on NETFLIX.  Eventually, I’ll have to buy the film.  It’s a mixture of MEAN GIRLS (2004) and BUT I’M A CHEERLEADER (1999). The plot […]


Hurricane Bianca (2016) – Available for Purchase on Amazon

  Reviewed by Melissa Antoinette Garza   I heard of this movie, like I hear of most that don’t get a wide theatrical release, via my Amazon account.  Currently, it was only available for purchase, but it seemed something right up my alley.  I ended up buying it and I’m very glad  I did. It’s a mix […]

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show The Original, UK (2015) & New US Version

By Melissa Antoinette Garza The Rocky Horror Picture Show isn’t just a movie. It’s not just a musical or a play.  It’s an experience of a lifetime.  There is nothing quite like it.  It’s perfection.  I remember the first time I watched it, I was 12 years old.  It premiered on FOX so there were […]


HEAR ME NOW: New documentary brings awareness to school bullying – MOVIE NEWS

“Hear Me Now” strives to become the quintessential anti-school bullying documentary to change and save the lives of bullying victims. It encourages reassurance that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, and that victims are not alone. It focuses on harsh realities and the positive steps that are being taken to raise […]

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An Honest Liar (2014) -The Amazing Randi Documentary Movie Review – Netflix Available

By Melissa Antoinette Garza The Amazing, James Randi is one of my personal heroes as he is to so many others.  He has a conscience which dictated he would use his amazing talents and expertise for advancing the evolution of humanity rather than grabbing the almighty dollar. I’ve followed him for years.  I’ve read all […]


Chris Mason Johnson’s TEST | Now Available on DVD – MOVIE NEWS

  “A film of rare electricity and intelligence… If there was ever a contemporary film that illuminates why queer cinema still matters, this is it.” – Matthew Connolly, Film Comment   On behalf of Wolfe Video, we’re happy to announce that TEST is now available on DVD from fine retailers everywhere! DVD Bonus Features Include: Original Choreography, […]


Kill For Me (2013)– Redbox Rental – Horror Movie Review

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   I was perusing the new selections in a nearby Redbox and came across Kill for Me (2013). I had never heard of it before, but the synopsis intrigued me. The movie opens with college student Amanda (Katie Cassidy) and her roommate Zoe (Shannon Chan-Kent) coming to terms with the difficult […]


Bully (2011) – Documentary Movie Review

By Geno McGahee Bullying is a rampant problem in every school and it is very rarely dealt with appropriately. There is criticism that the bullies are never punished correctly and the bullying is often not reported by those being pushed around due to fear of worse harassment. The constant harassment and abuse can lead to […]