In a world where dinosaurs never went extinct, they instead evolved into ranchers, wranglers, and rustlers. This is probably Pixar’s oddest film yet.
The story that lit the fire of young adult dystopian films has come to its epic conclusion.
Screening alert! Want to see Secret in Their Eyes? Well you’re in luck because I have passes to give you! Details below.
Hollywood doesn’t have the greatest track record when taking a nostalgic classic and giving it the modern day big screen treatment. One of the most recent examples of this was last year’s Mr. Peabody and Sherman. As endearing as the trailers for The Peanuts Movie have been, it was still with great trepidation that I slapped on a pair of 3D glasses and prepared for today’s computer animated Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the beloved gang.
According to my research, the Amharic word “difret” has two meanings. It commonly means “courage,” with “to dare,” being the closest equivalent in English. But it also can also mean “the act of being raped.” Difret, the film, explores an instance where both meanings are equally important.
The year is 1996 and this is a true story.
Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the gang is all here! Want to see if this new film captures the spirit of the classic cartoon? I have your chance to find out FREE this weekend in DC! Details below.
You know what? I’ve never actually seen a Paranormal Activity movie. But they must have a pretty strong following since this is now the 6th one! See it free and early at a special screening, details below.
What Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil did for backwoods butchers, and The Cabin in the Woods did for pretty much all of horror in general, The Final Girls sets out to do for 80’s slashers.