In a recent piece for Talkhouse, I discuss the ways in which older cinema, which has been folded into the very essence of our lives, was going to be integral in allowing us to weather the current global
In this first entry in an on-going series, I begin my journey to replay as many Sierra adventure game titles as I can and discuss them. I’m kicking things off by diving into the Gabriel Knight series, beginning with 1993’s Gabriel Knight:
In celebration of Women’s History Month and due to the increased time we’re all spending inside, the good folks at Lionsgate hooked us up with some digital codes for a number of titles in their library. We’ll pick one winner at the
After their earlier release of Do The Right Thing, I was anxious for Criterion to release another Spike Lee film on their collection, and March will see the release of his 2000 satire Bamboozled on Blu-ray! Because it’s about time
The shortened awards season this year has caused yet more confusion on the always-befuddling road to the Oscars. The chaos of having all of the major guilds and groups vote in such tight, overlapping timeframes has led to much debate on
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