Poor Hawkeye. He just doesn’t get the credit the other Avengers get, does he? In this video from The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jeremy Renner channels his inner Ed Sheeren in a “Thinking Out Loud” parody to remind us that Hawkeye can do stuff, too! Continue reading →
I would be lying if I said this didn’t make me giggle.
Gawd is it already almost May? I’m kind of in shock that this month has gone by so quickly–and that this series has gone by so quickly! I have many lovely people to thank for taking part in this year’s edition of April Fools, but before I get to that, I’m gonna take a crack at it! Continue reading →
Ready for some more horror shorts? I did one of these posts not too long ago to highlight the horror short “Monster” and a few other creepy shorts (which you can watch here). I loved tracking these little films down so much that I was itching to scour the internet for more of them. And now I’ve found some! So let’s talk about ’em. Continue reading →
Well, here we are again–another Monday. Fortunately, I have a little something to soften the blow: one last guest review for April Fools! I’ll be wrapping up the series and thanking all of my glorious guests later this week, but before all that my friend MovieRob has a little something to say about a franchise so many of us adore. Continue reading →
Has it been a mere two weeks since I last geeked? Maybe. Do I care? Nah brah. Guys, there’s just so much going on right now. Mainly a surge of trailers. I mean, where the heck did all these trailers come from?! We had nothing and/or little scraps of info, and then the last two weeks have just been an explosion! Continue reading →
Howdy, everybody! Having a good week? A bad one? A…meh one? Well, regardless of how things are going, I’ve got a little something that you’re bound to enjoy: another April Fools guest! See, I’m pretty confident that you’ll enjoy this because today’s guest is the fabulous Miss Abbi of Where the Wild Things Are! Continue reading →
Hi there, friends! Well, I kicked off this whole quote series thing with this post about a month ago, and I couldn’t resist returning to it. Because let’s face it–this is something I could talk about every day for the rest of my life and still not cover. The movie world is filled with epically quotable material. Continue reading →
Movies are leaping over to TV quite regularly now. Hannibal is an outstanding success. Bates Motel is apparently a worthy entry to the Psycho canon. Other movies are considering it, even if some of them don’t sound too appealing. I still can’t see how Scream is going to work as a series. But I thought it would be fun if I asked my fellow bloggers what should be next. Therefore, everyone put some answers together – mostly Nolan movies – and below are their verdicts.
ORACLE OF FILM – JURASSIC PARK
With Jurassic World coming up, fans all crowd into groups, reminiscing on what came before and wondering what the new movies will have in store for us. Instantly, we all jot down a mental list of what we want to see and what we think we should see. Please, bring the raptors back, but properly. Not the remastered ones…
Kieron did me the great honor of allowing me to pick this month’s film for Film Club. After much deliberation, I decided on quite possibly my very favorite foreign film: Pan’s Labyrinth. Go and see what the gang thought about it!
Despite a few delays, Film Club has returned for April with a film that has perhaps tested a few members in regards to watching something outside of their comfort zone. Pan’s Labyrinth is the Spanish language fairytale from director Guillermo del Toro, and is one of the more unique films that Film Club has had the pleasure of reviewing.
This months film was chosen by Cara from Silver Screen Serenade. As always, Cara’s reason for choosing this months film are listed below, followed by each members thoughts. Enjoy.
When Kieron asked me about picking a film for this month’s Film Club, I was at first a little overwhelmed. I had my choice of all of the movies. ALL OF THEM. Like, woah. But I thought things over, and I narrowed it down to films that really had an impact on me, then films that I haven’t had a chance to…