For 2020, I want to start bringing back the monthly giveaways on the site and what better way to usher this in than the very exciting release of the Tammy and the T-Rex gore cut on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray?
2020 is looking like a great time for movies and this week on the podcast, Kevin and I sat down to discuss our most anticipated titles supposedly releasing this year. Here are 40 of the films we discussed on the show
Another year, another opportunity to list the standout performances from throughout the year. Normally, I would break these performances down into two separate groups – male and female – but this year I have opted to include everyone together in the same
The theme for my year-end list, it certainly seems, is that these films were genre breakers for the most part. For those new to Film Pulse, I annually sort my Top 10 list by “best of” in each category and choose my
Out of all the films to appear on my year-end Top 50 list (#26 – #50 can be found here), 32 of the 50 titles played on various streaming platforms, paid subscription services as well as free platforms. Places that include
Continuing with our 2019 list extravaganza, here’s Ken’s top ten movies of 2019. For more thoughts from Ken, be sure to give our year-end podcast a listen here or on your preferred podcast service. To check out everyone’s amazing 2019 lists,
Here are what I consider to be the Top 50 films of 2019, out of those that I was able to see. Obviously, there are some films that I was unable to view before year’s end that would have, no doubt, ended
I was really taken with Sam Barlow’s interactive narrative Her Story when it was released in 2015, but is the much anticipated followup, Telling Lies, as gripping? Maybe not, but it’s much more ambitious and tells an enthralling story nonetheless.