Category Archives: Features
Each week, Lauren Gallaway brings you the best and most exciting in pop culture news. Get ready for a fresh perspective on the week’s most buzzed-about stories in the business.
Between Emma Stone being, well, Emma Stone, the ridiculously fun choreography, and the Wes Andersonian art direction, we’re loving on Anna pretty hard.
Happy upcoming Back to the Future Day! Take a look at these ads from the future of October 21st, 2015!
Goosebumps is an immensely enjoyable exercise in nostalgia and a return to form for children’s horror, that should equally create new horror fans out of youngsters and satisfy older fans of the books.
In a premise as deceptively simple as a stranded astronaut trying to survive on Mars, The Martian ends up taking the crown as the best movie to feature our red neighbor. The film has all the right doses of suspense, action, humor, and most importantly, emotional heft.
Each week, Lauren Gallaway brings you the best and most exciting pop culture news of the week. Here’s what you may have seen or missed in this week’s breaking news!
Trash Fire deals with the fear of having to move back home again. It is a deeply, darkly comedic take on the traditional psychological horror film.
7,442 screenplays were narrowed down to 12 finalists. From those 12 finalists, here are the 5 winners of the 30th Annual Nicholl Fellowship.
Jokes in Hotel Transylvania 2 are far too lame to amuse more than the youngest of audience members, and the third act exists merely to keep the film at feature length. If you’re hard pressed for an animated movie to take the kids to, Hotel Transylvania 2 will fit the bill, though it won’t become a treasured classic anytime soon.
We love this twisted look at popular culture through the lens of French artist Yoann Hervo. We also fear it at night when we close our eyes. CAN’T SLEEP. CLOWN WILL EAT ME.
Star Wars is sold out? Don’t panic, because The Tracking Board staff have already prepared for such a situation. We asked our writers what flick they’ll be seeing if The Force Awakens isn’t an option.
We’ve made some tough choices in order to narrow down our list of this season’s movies that we can afford to miss in theaters, but that we’ll definitely make time for when they show up on Netflix.
Kenan and Kel have spit as comedy partners, but on last night’s episode of The Tonight Show, the pair was reunited in a glorious ode to Good Burger. It never felt so good to hear these words: “Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?” Watch!
There are some bad movies still to release this Fall and you can bet that we’re seeing them. We’re just not proud of it. Check out the five worst-looking movies that we’ll pay to see anyway, and give us your pick for the most awesomely bad upcoming movie in our latest reader’s poll!
The 11th annual New York TV Festival, or NYTVF, kicks off on Monday, October 19th and runs until October 24th. We’ve got your full festival schedule here, which includes appearances by Dan Harmon, Lisa Ling, Morgan Spurlock, and W. Kamau Bell.
Here at The Tracking Board, we’re counting down our Top 5 Most Anticipated Movies of the upcoming season. Number 1 will shock you… but only if you’re from a galaxy far, far away.
As super-gangster James “Whitey” Bulger, Johnny Depp wears his hair thinned and slicked back, and pops in contacts that veritably glow in the shadows. That said, Depp’s performance shines in Black Mass, a thoroughly engrossing film that follows a criminal’s rise to power and the corruption that helped him get there.
Contributor Lauren Gallaway liveblogs the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Andy Samberg! Will Mad Men get its final bow? Will Veep overthrow Modern Family? Who will win? Who are you rooting for? Keep this page open for our by-the-minute updates and reactions!
We’ve ranked our list of the returning shows we’re most eagerly anticipating… and the not-so-good ones we know we’re going to hate-watch anyway.
Awards season makes gamblers out of all of us and we here at The Tracking Board thought we’d lend our expertise to predict who will win on Sunday night (and who should actually win).
This year’s Emmy nominees recognize some spectacular shows and tremendous talent, but we noticed there were a few small screen standouts who failed to get their due. Here at The Tracking Board, we picked a few of our personal MVPs from this past television season
Here at The Tracking Board headquarters, we sent ballots around the office to see which of this year’s nominees our staff members are predicting will walk away with statues this Sunday, when the 67th Emmy Awards air on Fox.
Praising M. Night Shyamalan’s latest movie,THE VISIT, is easy to do. After such offerings as Lady in the Water, The Happening, and After Earth, Shyamalan could have filmed a bowl of staples for two hours and achieved the same entertainment value.
Going to the 2015 Toronto Film Festival? Check out our complete list of parties and events, with RSVP info! More events to be added daily as the festival gets closer!
A Walk in the Woods consistently pleases, but never reaches any satisfying thematic conclusions. The movie ultimately equates to what a 90 minute hike with two fine actors as Robert Redford and Nick Nolte would be like: fun, meandering and slow at times, and without a grand climax.
Your complete lineup of the fall TV schedule, including premiere dates for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Mindy Project on Hulu and the 6th season of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
With the unfortunate conclusion of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal this past weekend, we found it especially fitting to showcase Matthew Morettini’s video intercuting scenes from three adaptations of Red Dragon
There’s much that No Escape does well, but isn’t free from a number of missteps that hold it back. Despite the strange casting, both Owen Wilson and Lake Bell excel in their roles.No Escape is a movie where women and children exist to be put in danger, and while the action is consistently nail-biting, feels exhausting by the second half.
Fassbender plays Callum Lynch, a man who discovers that he’s the descendant of a secretive society of deadly assassins, who are at war with the Knights Templar. Through a machine, Lynch becomes able to tap into the memories of his ancestor Aguilar, an assassin in 15th century Spain.