While there is lots of talk about us helping local businesses, many of us don’t want to get out of … More
Category: Movies + TV
Just a Few Days Away! Houston Cinema Arts Fest Offers Events Around the City – Some FREE!
I’ve already blogged about the opening night film Waves, and the CineSpace 2019 screenings at this year’s Houston Cinema Arts … More
Movie Review: “The Lighthouse” Gushes with Weirdness & Wonder
The Lighthouse by the uber-talented, high-art, fearlessly bold writer, director, Robert Eggers is shot in eerie black and white with a … More
Houston Cinema Arts Festival 2019, HERE WE GO!
Right now you can grab an early bird for only $99 which will get you into all of the amazing … More
“What?” “What?” “What?” The Most Applauded Film at Cannes: The Lighthouse
Robert Eggers, the creator of the strange, visionary, horror stunner, The Witch is receiving raves for his latest film, The … More
Movie Review: “After the Wedding” is a Droopy Disappointment
After the Wedding feels like a movie that lost its focus in its final phases. The premise is touching and … More
EEK! Just Released, Trailer for Martin Scorsese’s New Film “The Irishman”
Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, Harvey Keitel, Ray Romano, Bobby Cannavale, Anna Paquin + Martin Scorsese + the … More
“The Best of Enemies” Has a Maudlin Charm and Heartfelt Message
Perhaps the greatest thing to come from the film “The Best of Enemies” will be that a few more people … More
“Where’d You Go Bernadette” and “The Goldfinch”: Coming Soon to a Theater Near You!
Plenty of best-selling and beloved novels will be coming out as feature films this year but two that I am … More
In “The Public” Emilio Estevez Addresses Homelessness Through the Eyes of Public Librarians
Stuart Goodson (Emilio Estevez) is trying to do right every day. He is a public librarian in Cincinnati, where the … More