Sarah Jeffery has taken on villains, monsters, and for her latest role she’s up against nightmares with the animated series, Lego Dreamzzz.
Darcy Waite on Lucky Strikes, and the imagineNATIVE Institute Screenwriting Features Lab
A new professional development partnership between Netflix and imagineNATIVE is set to develop the skills of the next great Indigenous screenwriters, directors, and producers.
Ming-Na Wen on Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai, making magic, and embracing Chinese mythology
Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai is the animated prequel to the iconic 1984 film that I didn’t even know I needed until I saw it. The animated series is clever and exciting, funny, and even a little scary, and the cast is fantastic.
Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves prize pack giveaway
Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is out now on Blu-ray and DVD, and to celebrate the hilarious and action-packed adventure, we’re giving away a special prize pack and copies of the film.
The Boogeyman Review | Boo
Suitably atmospheric, but mechanical and uninspired, The Boogeyman won’t surprise anyone that’s watched a horror film in the past fifty years.
La Brea Tar Pits | LA’s ancient history time capsule
Before people first set foot in LA, animals big and small lived and died in the area, and the La Brea Tar Pits have helped preserve those creatures, plants, and history.
Susan Downey and Amanda Burrell of Team Downey on Sweet Tooth season 2
Sweet Tooth producers Susan Downey and Amanda Burrell from Team Downey talk about the Netflix series, and their style of heartfelt, storybook dystopia.
Scream VI screenwriters James Vanderbilt and Guy Busick on the story, cast, and franchise
Scream VI screenwriter and producer James Vanderbilt and screenwriter Guy Busick sat down to talk about the franchise, writing for the cast, and the connection to their film, Ready or Not.
About My Father Review | Take My Dad, Please.
About My Father is a motion picture spawned straight from the act of a stand-up comedian, and it shows.
Fubar Review | Definitely Not “Beyond All Recognition”
Mildly amusing, but never particularly special or distinguished, Fubar feels like a series that would be more at home on basic cable or network television than on Netflix.
Mission Kandahar Review | Mission Possible
Smarter than expected, but lacking in the action one might be expecting, Mission Kandahar is an unusual, familiar, but fulfilling thriller.
It Ain’t Over Review | “If You Can’t Imitate Him, Don’t Copy Him”
It Ain’t Over, a fun, if admittedly routine documentary by Sean Mullin, gives one of baseball’s most underrated giants their proper flowers.
The Little Mermaid Review | The Bends
Disney’s latest live action remake of one of their own animated classics, The Little Mermaid, is another bit of wading into the shallow end of the creativity pool.