Category Archives: Features
It’s fair to say that, for those of us who haven’t given up watching, this past episode of True Detective was the best so far. The reason for this was that finally the main story line clashed with genuine character moments, upping the ante for the audience in a way that it previously hadn’t.
Pixels may be met with a collective dread from both critics and Adam Sandler non-apologists worldwide, but I can say this in its defense: At no point during this movie does a deer urinate on Adam Sandler’s face. That alone qualifies Pixels as not the worst movie Adam Sandler has ever starred in.
In this week’s episode of Under The Dome, we get to see just how much it has become Invasion of the Body Snatchers. This episode mostly seems to be about showing the viewer who is and who not a pod person. We get to see vignettes from all of the freethinking citizens of Chester’s Mill and how they react to being the minority in town.
VidCon 2015 officially kicked off today, with appearances by YouTube’s biggest stars, including iJustine, Lindsey Stirling, Colleen Ballinger (Miranda Sings) and Rhett & Link. Click here for some of the highlights.
The sixth annual VidCon kicks off tomorrow at the Anaheim Convention Center and runs from July 23-25. Founded by the “Vlogbrothers” Hank and John Green, it is a celebration of all forms of online video and content. More than 300 of the most innovative and influential YouTube creators are scheduled to appear with more than 20,000 attendees.
Disney’s D23 Expo will attempt to challenge Comic Con’s pop culture dominance with sneak-peaks of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Captain America: Civil War, Finding Dory, Alice Through the Looking Glass, the live-action Jungle Book reboot and more.
The Israeli Prime Minister rests the fate of his nation and Walter’s grand plan on a race between his grandchildren… so please, Swim, Shmuley, Swim!
Aquarius gets bloody with a Christmas cop-killer on the loose, one targeting police officers who patrol in black-white pairs. ‘Why?’ indeed.
Up until now, Marvel’s cinematic heroes have been all about growing bigger. Whether it’s turning green and hulking out, or a serum giving Steve Rogers a muscled Captain America body, or Tony Stark upgrading to a giant Iron Man suit, there seems to be only one direction superhero movies goes. Not anymore. Ant-Man gives us our first look at a hero who grows smaller, and the results could not be more refreshing…
Christine is manipulative, Norrie and Joe are in hot water, while Barbie runs around trying to be the hero in another mediocre episode nearly ruined by its own promo.
The Army gunner-turned-writer has been chosen to adapt the harrowing novel about Fallujah.
Take a look and catch up on all the film news from Comic Con 2015 with the full panels for Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad, The Hateful 8, Deadpool, X-Men, and more!
Take a look and catch up on all the TV news from Comic Con 2015 with the full panels for Doctor Who, Outlander, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Sherlock, and more!
Post-apocalyptic and world-disaster movies have it all wrong. The end of the world isn’t going to come from nuclear warfare, or gas shortages, and it’s definitely not going to be taken over by Skynet. No, the most likely culprits to bring us to our doom will be the squishy, yellow, gibberish-speaking creatures known as Minions.
Moviegoers with a penchant for keeping storylines neat and straight should make sure to pack a whiteboard and seven markers to take to the theater. Despite the convoluted story and retconning, if you can manage to put that aside, Terminator Genisys will manage to be an enjoyable time at the movies.
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A complete list of the film panels and events. The con runs from July 8th-July 12th at the San Diego convention center.
As hilarious as the juxtaposition of a child’s teddy bear that curses and smokes pot is, one feature-length movie pushed the limits of substance in Ted’s stuffing. But it was a financial success, which may explain the existence of the sequel the world wasn’t exactly clamoring for. Or at least, a sequel anyone needed.
A complete list of the television panels and events. The con runs from July 8th-July 12th at the San Diego convention center.
Inside Out works spectacularly as not only a movie that kids will enjoy, but adults as well. And that is the best kind of kids’ movie there is: children can enjoy the movie as is now, but as they grow older the movie will continue to cement itself in their hearts.
There’s plenty of satisfying mayhem and chomping on display in this newest attraction called Jurassic World, and not quite enough interesting story or character. Still, it should provide enough entertainment to the average dinosaur-interested viewer.
As part of this week’s Mini Series, we sat down with Hit List writer John D’Arco, who wrote the teen/action feature Barely Lethal, which stars Hailee Steinfeld, Samuel L Jackson, and Jessica Alba. We chat about the process of getting Barely Lethal from script to screen, writing lessons he learned, and advice he wished he knew when he was younger.
Short on title, but large on laughs, Spy finds Melissa McCarthy in top form as a desk-bound CIA operative getting her chance to play James Bond in a mission.
As part of this week’s Mini Series, we sat down with Hit List writer John D’Arco, who wrote the teen/action feature Barely Lethal, which stars Hailee Steinfeld, Samuel L Jackson, and Jessica Alba. We chat about his journey from film crew to writer, how branding works for you, his experience dealing with “heat,” and the long-term benefits of a general meeting.
When MTV announced that they were developing a “Scream” television series based on the groundbreaking franchise from Wes Craven, one of the first details released was that they didn’t have the rights to the iconic Ghostface mask that has shaped a horror generation…
As part of the Mini Series, we sat down with ABC’s Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. staff writer DJ Doyle to chat about the lessons he’s learned along the way, pitching in the writers room, and the advice he wish he knew when he was starting out.
When the earth starts a-rockin,’ make sure the Rock comes a-knockin’. That’s the logline of the latest earthquake disaster motion picture. At least, that’s what it should have been. As the world begins to rip open and buildings collapse, tidal waves crash into a city, and mayhem breaks loose, there’s only one man for the job, and that man is Dwayne Johnson.
As part of the Mini Series, we sat down with ABC’s Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. staff writer DJ Doyle to chat about his journey to becoming a writer, what makes a good writer’s assistant, and learning how and when to pitch in the writers room.
In part two of this week’s Mini Series, we sat down with 2014 Tracking Board Launch Pad Pilots Competition winner and Young and Hungry List Alum Sean Costello to chat about his experience developing and packaging his Launch Pad script, industry lessons he learned the hard way, how to query someone, and why you’ve got to have a killer page one.