Rating: R Stars: Amber Heard, Anson Mount, Whitney Able, Michael Welch, Edwin Hodge, Aaron Himelstein, Luke Grimes, Melissa Price, Adam Powell Writer: Jacob Forman Director: Jonathan Levine Distributor: Radius-TWC Release Date: October 11, 2013 ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE turns out to be a movie with something on its mind. To say exactly what that is, however, risks spoiling the ending. Once we’re at the ending, there’s plenty to talk about. The movie is worthy of discussion – perhaps even thesis papers – but there’s no way of even implying why without examining it as a whole, which shouldn’t […]Read On »
Thanks for waiting for the rest of the photos of the Winners from the 37th SATURN AWARDS. Still waiting for the Mother Ship to come down with the cure for this flu!! It’s been a bad one and just won’t go away! Walking into the press room were the winners and presenters, which included: Bert I. Gordon, Mel Brooks, French Stewart, Jaime Robledo, Andrew Connolly, Andrew Kasch, Heather Langenkamp, Thommy Hutson, Ray Gagnon, Claire Coffee, Marc Scott Zicree, Clancy Brown, Kurt Wimmer, Sunil Perkash, Michael Pare’, Michael Biehn, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Rick Baker, Brad Dourif, Dave Elsey, Darren Gilford, Jonathan Schaech, […]Read On »
MONSTERS is an inventive low-budget blend of science-fiction, horror, character study and political parable. It hits this last aspect a bit hard, but otherwise, it’s very entertaining. Director/writer Gareth Edwards admirably avoids the one-two-three-something-jumps-out-of-the-dark scares common to creature features in favor of a steady sense of tension. The film has the “what-if?” factor of DISTRICT 9, the giant entities wreaking havoc of CLOVERFIELD, the astonishing natural splendor of its Mexican/Central American locations and the soul of a low-budget indie.