To fire up this year's list of Christmas movies to watch, we started off with 2005's The Gingerdead Man. The title alone was enough to get my attention back in the day. While the movie doesn't take place on Christmas, the only reason I would associat
It is so on-the-nose to celebrate the Halloween season with a movie marathon of the franchise of the same name. Even more so in time to go with this week's release of "Halloween Kills" on Peacock.
As I detailed in my initial post about The Shadowpla
The name of the film is "Some Kind of Heaven", a documentary directed by Lance Oppenheim ("The Happiest Guy In The World"), produced by Darren Aronofsky ("Black Swan", "Mother!") with The New York Times, and starring unknowns since those featured are
Note: this page contains paid content.
Please, subscribe to get an access.