Have you ever seen “The Soup”? If you have then you’ve basically seen this new show from NetFlix and Joel McHale. The Premise is simple, they go around the world of television (and I do mean world, there are clips from African and Asian television in here) and poke fun
There is a black mirror in every household in the western world. In fact, there’s probably one right in your pocket now, or on your desk, or (most probably) you’re holding it in your hand. It’s the black mirror that you banish away when you stare at your phone. In
Our series on the Oscar movies has come to an end. I will be releasing my predictions a few days before the actual ceremony on March 4th, and I will cover the awards show themselves. For now, though, we’re all caught up, and now we settle into a weekly schedule.
Call Me By Your Name is the story of first love. Set in Italy in the summer of 1983 it follows the story of, Elio, (Timothee Chalamet) a seventeen-year-old boy who falls in with one of his father’s students, Oliver, (Armie Hammer) who has come to stay with them for
Christopher Nolan seems to be on a mission to tackle every genre of film ever made. With Memento he reinvented crime thrillers, with The Dark Knight he set a new bar for superhero films, with Interstellar he showed us a world of science fiction that many had long thought was
Today is one of those little mini-moments for movie fans. If the Oscar ceremonies themselves are like ComicCon, then I guess today is the equivalent of the new Infinity Wars trailer release That’s right it’s Oscar nomination day. We won’t learn the winners until March 4th, but that won’t stop
Remember being a teenager and having a hard time fitting in? Remember meeting that girl that seemed just so perfect to you? Remember fantasizing about killing that girl with a knife? If I lost you on that last part, then you’re only a little bit like James, the lead character