The revelation that older audiences have become a reliable movie-going demographic means that it’s become easier to build big-screen vehicles around the likes of Helen Mirren and Lily Tomlin. Add to that list one of my favorite, underutilized actresses: the great Blythe Danner, who’s front and center in the charming love story I’ll See You in My Dreams (Universal Pictures Home… Continue reading DVD Obscura: The New Indie and International Movies You Need to Watch
It’s a little hard to believe we’ve already made it through two whole phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Someone who was only one when the first Iron Man came out will be old enough to see him fight his friends in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War— assuming their parents let them see PG-13 movies, that is.
Crazier still, that same kid… Continue reading Marvel Announces 'Ant-Man and the Wasp,' Plus: Dates For Three New Movies
Curious to know what movies are coming to Netflix Watch Instantly over the next few weeks? Get a head start and mark your calendars using the list below, just released to us by Netflix.
Million Dollar Baby
Charlie and the Chocalate Factory
On the Town
Some Came Running
The summer movie season is over, but that doesn’t mean all the good geeky movies are behind us. Far from it, in fact.
This coming fall (and early winter) is peppered with the sort of geeky movies you’d do well to put on your own calendar – as well as a few films you might want to check out for the sake of comic-book shop conversation or… Continue reading The Geek Beat's Guide to 10 Geeky Fall Movies To Put On Your Calendar
Fantastic Fest, that annual celebration of genre cinema from all over the world, is upon us once again (check out a list of our most anticipated movies here). This Austin, Texas-based film festival is nirvana for movie fans and a Mecca for horror, action, and science fiction buffs. It’s something else. It’s the most fun week of the year, even for those of… Continue reading The Last Sci-Fi Blog: 6 Fantastic Fest Sci-fi Movies You Can Watch Right Now