It’s here! Some of the biggest films and TV series from Fox, ABC, and 20th Century Fox have arrived on Disney+ new brand, Star, and the lineup is huge.
The powerful and timely feature documentary film Don’t Be Nice from Radio Drama Network is now available on DVD and will be available on Apple TV, On Demand, and EST/TVOD everywhere on July 21st. The acclaimed film follows a New York City team of young African American, Afro-Hispanic, and queer slam poets as they fight to find the words to speak their truths to a nation awakening in Black Lives Matter protest and on the brink of a general election.
Director April Mullen’s Below Her Mouth arrived on Netflix this month, and the film has inspired a fanbase around the world for people who can’t get enough of the story, or stars Erika Linder and Natalie Krill.
Welcome to the day after Judgement Day. Terminator: Dark Fate arrived on Blu-ray and DVD today, and we’re giving away a very special prize pack that’s sure to help you feel like a hero.
I was a little nervous about reviewing Cats. I’m not a critic–just a simple lover of musicals, cats, and musicals about cats. But it turns out I didn’t have anything to worry about because Cats is impossible to review.
Let’s talk about TIFF, shall we? This is my 19th year covering the Toronto International Film Festival, and while it feels slightly different every single time, it’s a great feeling to come back again. Like a friend said to me recently, there’s really nothing like having a press pass to one of the world’s best film festivals.
Victoria Alonso has been helping to make the Marvel Cinematic Universe what it is today from the very beginning. She’s been producing Marvel movies since the first Iron Man, and of the 22 Marvel films to date, Alonso has produced 21 of them, moving on to work as an executive producer since The Avengers.
Enter now for a chance to win one of three copies of writer and director M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass on Blu-ray.
David Harbour and Milla Jovovich were in Toronto this week to talk about Hellboy, director Neil Marshall’s horror-infused reboot of the Dark Horse comic book series, and I had a blast talking to these two iconic stars.
Author Anna Todd’s After makes its big screen debut this weekend, and I had a chance to sit down with her and actors Josephine Langford and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin to talk about the film.