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Sleeper Hits Await

It’s January! As usual, the pickings are slim, but we’ll see what we can cobble together for one of the most depressing months of the year!  First up is Night Swim. Based on a short film, the plot revolves around the Waller family as they move into a new fixer-upper, only to find that a supernatural presence haunts the backyard...

Somewhere Between Bombs and Barbies

Worry not, fellow movie lovers, there’s plenty to see during this blockbuster month.  To start us off, we have Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One. Starring Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, the role he began in 1996, the film is the first of the planned two-part send-off for the main character. Rounding out the cast is Hayley Atwell, Ving...

Feeling the Heat

The halfway mark of the year is (somehow) already here, and June has more films than ever for you to enjoy. It has a larger number of sequels and franchises than I’d like to see (surprise, surprise), but the polish and hype of those movies cannot be understated. For your animation hit, make sure to check out Spider-Man: Across the...

A Jam-Packed Finale

December is here, it’s stacked, and I don’t have time for an intro because there are too many films! First up is Pinocchio, a stop-motion animated musical from Guillermo del Toro. Starring newcomer Gregory Mann as Pinocchio, the film looks to retell the 1883 story made famous by the 1940 Disney adaptation. The rest of the cast is A-list, with...

Oscar Season Begins

October has arrived with all its spookiness – and hopefully some cooler weather! Although only one film on this month’s list has any horror elements, there are still plenty of excellent films to see as Oscar season gets underway. First up is a drama titled Tár. Starring Cate Blanchett as the titular, renowned classical music conductor and composer Lydia Tár,...

Making Monsters

Special effects (SFX) and prosthetic makeup are some of the most integral parts of filmmaking, especially when it comes to horror and science fiction. Tate Steinsiek, a native Oklahoman, is a master of the craft, working on everything from small budget horror flicks all the way up to The Amazing Spider-Man.  “Monsters and imagination were a big part of my...

A Heatwave of Hits

Whether you’re in the mood for horror, a Marvel installation,
a documentary or an action movie, July’s jam-packed.

Springtime Cinema

We enter April filled with anticipation and hopefulness for a normality we have not felt in a long while. This month brings a lot of atmospheric and horror-centric films, so grab the popcorn and a hand to hold – we’ve got some wild ones! Starting with the spooky, we have You Won’t Be Alone. A directorial debut for Goran Stolevski,...

The Month of Action

February is here – the month of love! Unfortunately, I don’t really have any romantic recommendations for you, but there are still some flicks on the horizon to check out, especially if you’re into comedy, action or mystery. Searching for extreme physical violence mixed with bizarre comedy? Look no further than Jackass Forever. In the fourth film of the series,...

A Strong Closer

December is here, and there are soooo many movies. Strap in, we’ve got a lot to cover! Prepare yourself for some song and dance numbers as we begin the month with West Side Story. Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Ansel Elgort (Baby Driver) and Rachel Zegler in her film debut, it looks like the Oscar contender of the season....