Category Archives: Movies + TV

“Bomb City” Trailer Drops Today!

In 1997 in Amarillo, Texas (nicknamed Bomb City because it is home to a nuclear weapons assembly plant) a young man, Brian Deneke was intentionally killed during a brawl. The film Bomb City focuses on the small window of time

“Bomb City” Trailer Drops Today!

In 1997 in Amarillo, Texas (nicknamed Bomb City because it is home to a nuclear weapons assembly plant) a young man, Brian Deneke was intentionally killed during a brawl. The film Bomb City focuses on the small window of time

Movie Review: “The Disaster Artist” a Perfect Tribute to a Terrible Film

*Guest review by Charles B. French* The Disaster Artist is a biopic, a bromance, a comedy, and ultimately, a success story. Ostensibly, the movie is the story about the making of The Room, a movie considered by some to be

Movie Review: “The Disaster Artist” a Perfect Tribute to a Terrible Film

*Guest review by Charles B. French* The Disaster Artist is a biopic, a bromance, a comedy, and ultimately, a success story. Ostensibly, the movie is the story about the making of The Room, a movie considered by some to be

Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s “Umbrella Academy” is Coming to Netflix

Fans of the phenomenal graphic novel series The Umbrella Academy written by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Ba wait with cautious optimism for the live-action version of the 2007 books. Book one synopsis: Forty-three extraordinary children were spontaneously born

Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s “Umbrella Academy” is Coming to Netflix

Fans of the phenomenal graphic novel series The Umbrella Academy written by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Ba wait with cautious optimism for the live-action version of the 2007 books. Book one synopsis: Forty-three extraordinary children were spontaneously born

“Ash: The Art of Wayne Glibert” Explains Gilbert’s Methods and Technique For Painting with Human Remains

Painting with human remains opens up a world of thought, stirs up emotions, philosophies and makes one question their own existence. Wayne Gilbert did not begin painting with human remains for this reason, it was more of an accident. Wayne

“Ash: The Art of Wayne Glibert” Explains Gilbert’s Methods and Technique For Painting with Human Remains

Painting with human remains opens up a world of thought, stirs up emotions, philosophies and makes one question their own existence. Wayne Gilbert did not begin painting with human remains for this reason, it was more of an accident. Wayne

“A Life in Waves” is a Personal Documentary About Music Pioneer Suzanne Ciani

The name Suzanne Ciani won’t ring bells for most viewers and yet after seeing the film, most viewers will realize that they’ve been listening to her sound throughout their life. She is one of the pioneers of electronic music and

“A Life in Waves” is a Personal Documentary About Music Pioneer Suzanne Ciani

The name Suzanne Ciani won’t ring bells for most viewers and yet after seeing the film, most viewers will realize that they’ve been listening to her sound throughout their life. She is one of the pioneers of electronic music and

Lisa Immordino Vreeland Talks About Her Film, “Love, Cecil” at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

Love, Cecil is a touching portrait of photographer, costume designer and outspoken dandy, Cecil Beaton. With a mix of still images, film footage and contemporary interviews and footage the audience is introduced to the character that was Cecil. “I’m pretty

Lisa Immordino Vreeland Talks About Her Film, “Love, Cecil” at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

Love, Cecil is a touching portrait of photographer, costume designer and outspoken dandy, Cecil Beaton. With a mix of still images, film footage and contemporary interviews and footage the audience is introduced to the character that was Cecil. “I’m pretty

Murder on the Orient Express is a Lush Visual Throwback to the Classic Whodunit

Director Kenneth Branagh uses Agatha Christie‘s renowned source material to reintroduce the world to her most beloved detective, Hercule Poirot. Poirot is obsessed with balance reads Dickens for enjoyment and cannot abide by polite conversation. Branagh plays Poirot with such

Murder on the Orient Express is a Lush Visual Throwback to the Classic Whodunit

Director Kenneth Branagh uses Agatha Christie‘s renowned source material to reintroduce the world to her most beloved detective, Hercule Poirot. Poirot is obsessed with balance reads Dickens for enjoyment and cannot abide by polite conversation. Branagh plays Poirot with such