Ever since its release, Solo: A Star Wars Story has generated a buzz with Star Wars enthusiasts and casual movie-goers alike. The film dives deep into the origins of Han Solo, one of the most beloved characters in the Star Wars universe, and it does so with a mix of thrilling adventure, endearing humor, and heartfelt emotion.
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Dark Ink Publishing In Search of Darkness Coffee Table Book About 1980s Horror
Dark Ink, the publisher that released Kane Hodder and Tom Savini’s biographies along with dozens of other film and horror titles, is thrilled to announce that they partnered with CreatorVC to release a coffee table companion book of their amazing documentary film series, In Search of Darkness.
Movie Review: What’s Love Got To Do With It?
In the universe of biographical films, “What’s Love Got To Do With It” reigns supreme. This extraordinary cinematic offering encapsulates the themes of endurance, fortitude, and the power of transformation that Tina Turner embodied.
Book Review — Kong: Skull Island
In “Kong: Skull Island,” author Tim Lebbon has masterfully crafted a novelization of the thrilling movie bearing the same name, released by Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures in March 2017. This ambitious novel takes readers on an unforgettable journey to the birthplace of one of the most enduring monster myths: Kong.
Movie Review: Peter Jackson’s King Kong
In cinematic reinterpretations, few have rivaled the resonance and grandeur of Peter Jackson’s 2005 epic, “King Kong.” This movie is not merely a retelling but a vibrant and imaginative re-envisioning of the classic 1933 film. Showcasing advanced special effects, emotionally charged performances, and an inspired narrative, Jackson has breathed fresh life into an age-old tale of the enormous ape.
James Bond Movie Review: You Only Live Twice
In honor of the 60th anniversary of James Bond, I’m revisiting and reviewing all the movies. Next up, You Only Live Twice! Read on for my thoughts on this classic in the James Bond film franchise.
What’s Streaming on Screambox: May 2023
SCREAMBOX has revealed the new films that are joining the horror streaming service in May, including Night of the Demons, Project Wolf Hunting, The Barn Part II, The Ancestral, and Creepypasta.
What’s Streaming on Screambox: April 2023
SCREAMBOX has revealed the new films that are joining the horror streaming service in April, including Creepshow, Living with Chucky, Cube, Needful Things, Razorback, Hell House LLC, Birdemic, and Shifted.
Interview: A Nightmare On Elm Street Documentary Creator Paige Troxell
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Paige Troxell, the creator, director, editor, and producer of FredHeads: The Documentary. Following several hardcore A Nightmare on Elm Street fans and featuring stories from hundreds of others of all ages from across the globe, FredHeads explores just how much fans love the franchise and how it has changed their lives by inspiring them to conquer their fears (a.k.a. their “Freddys”), find themselves, and follow a new path in life. Cast, crew, and others involved in the franchise also offer insight into the legacy of A Nightmare on Elm Street. You can watch my interview with Paige below. Enjoy!
What’s Streaming on Screambox: March 2023
SCREAMBOX has revealed the new films joining the horror streaming service in March, including The Outwaters companion shorts Card Zero & File VL-624, festival favorites Holy Shit and Family Dinner, and Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III.