Amazon has released the trailer for Bliss, a sci-fi love story starring Owen Wilson and Salma Hayek as two people who discover they’re living in a computer simulation. The film is directed by Mike Cahill (I Origins, Another Earth).
Hulu has released the trailer for Lee Daniels‘ upcoming biopic The United States Vs. Billie Holiday, which specifically focuses on the U.S. government’s attempts at preventing her from singing her song Strange Fruit. The film stars Andra Day stars as Holiday alongside
This week, Adam and Kevin strap in and review the 37 year-old lost film that's just now getting released, Grizzly II: Revenge, along with some other stuff they've been watching including PG: Psycho Goreman, Over Your Dead Body, Shadow In The Clouds, The Silent Partner and Nomadland.
At least once a year or so, a long-lost movie will be unearthed, restored and released to the masses. Obscure titles like Miami Connection and Roar have been re-released and have garnered new cult fanbases, while certain movies of legend — like
Given the shit show that was 2020, there are obviously a lot of carry overs from that most anticipated list going into 2021. This will, no doubt, be another weird year for movies given the pandemic, but there are still plenty of
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look back at their most anticipated films of 2020 and see how everything turned out before looking forward to 2021 and discussing the most exciting releases that will hopefully be coming out.
Amazon has released the first teaser trailer for the much anticipated (by me at least) sequel, Coming 2 America, which sees the return of Eddie Murphy as the Zamundan prince (now king) returning to America to find his heir.
What is now a holiday tradition, Adam and Ken are back this year to discuss four more made for TV Christmas movies including a sequel to It's A Wonderful Life, a rom-com directed by Arnold Schwarzenegger, another rom-com with Mimi Rogers, and a British family film with a cameo by pop sensation S Club 7.
Saban Films has released a trailer for the upcoming, and likely unnecessary, Wrong Turn remake directed by Mike P. Nelson and starring Charlotte Vega, Adain Bradley, Bill Sage, Emma Dumont, Dylan McTee, Daisy Head, Tim DeZarn, and Matthew Modine.
The Criterion Collection has revealed its lineup for March, 2021, and in addition to the awesome-looking Wong Kar Wai box set that was previously announced, we have new editions of Jacques Rivette‘s Celine and Julie Go Boating, Albert Brooks‘ Defending Your Life,