Merry Christmas Everyone!!! As we’ve discussed a few times already here on the website, the brand-new DC Extended Universe installment comes with “Wonder Woman 1984” which is a storyline set decades past her first film “Wonder Woman” which was in the time of WWI. The film is being featured in limited theaters and also on the new streaming service known as HBO Max. Let’s check out the poster and some details about the film before I close up this announcement.
Hello my Friends and a Happy Friday The 13th to you all. It’s my hope that it hasn’t been an overly creepy one at the onset because let’s face it, 2020 has been a bit of a disaster already. So today I’m back for one final time to share some news about the film “Freaky” which opens up today in a number of theaters. We’ve already shared the Official Trailer and the Slaughterhouse Clip so click that hyperlinked text to see them if you’d like and then peruse the official poster, premise and casting on this one before I close it up.
The Premise: Tormented high school student, Millie Kessler, becomes the newest target of Barney Garris, an infamous serial killer known as the Blissfield Butcher, during her senior year. When the killer’s magic dagger causes her to swap bodies with him, Millie discovers she has only a day to reverse the switch or else remain trapped as a middle-aged murderer hunted by the city, while the real killer – in her body – targets her classmates at Homecoming. Continue reading Now Playing: Universal Pictures “Freaky” (11/13/2020)→
We’ve already touched upon the latest feature from the fine folks at Blumhouse Productions with their “The Craft: Legacy” feature and if you didn’t see our post about the Official Trailer just click HERE to be more up to speed on it. Since going to the movies isn’t that easy an option under the current climate, this film is now available On Demand so check your providers of such content if it interests you at all. Below you’ll find the poster, premise and casting. Sure I will also toss in some editorial mumbling at the close.
About two weeks ago we shared the Final Trailer for the Warner Brothers Pictures release “Tenet” and if you missed that narrative, we encourage you to click HERE to be up to speed about it because the film is opening up today in limited theaters. Surprising right? Considering the world that we are living in today and that many places are not permitting ticketed live music events or even indoor dining based on the dreaded Coronavirus that has taken over everyones way of life since March. “Tenet” does in fact open today in a small amount of theaters so maybe your region is one that is permitting this to take place. I know my neighborhoods local theater has been closed for months so I guess this is not going to be possible in NYC but let’s take a look at a new poster, the premise and casting before I return with an editorial closing.
Today is the release day for “Bill and Ted Face The Music”, the third adventure featuring those Wyld Stallions and given the climate of the world today, it is available On Demand as opposed to being in every theater in every neighborhood. I’ve kept this film as a topic on the website and it wasn’t too long ago that we shared the Official Second Trailer (click the text to see that). Considering just how much chaos is brewing out there with politics, civil unrest and of course the continuing Coronavirus Pandemic I think a film like this is absolutely necessary. Take a look at the poster, premise and casting down below.
Now enduring the monotony of middle-aged life, William “Bill” S. Preston, Esq. and Theodore “Ted” Logan are warned by a visitor from the future of the need for them to create a song in 78 minutes that will save all life on Earth and the entire universe. The pair work with their families, old friends, famous musicians, and each other to complete the task. Continue reading Now On Demand: Orion Pictures “Bill & Ted Face The Music” (8/28/2020)→