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'Horizon: An American Saga': First look at Kevin Costner's Western epic
"Horizon: An American Saga" is planned as a four-part saga chronicling the expansion after the Civil War. The first two chapters will be released in theaters nationwide this summer. The production of "Horizon" has impacted the production of television's most popular series "Yellowstone"See the Story
39% Left coverage: 13 sources
Drive-Away Dolls review: a wacky Coens caper, minus a Coen
Drive-Away Dolls is the first narrative movie Ethan Coen has made without Joel. It's the zaniest Coen creation in decades and also the most rough around the edges. The movie cuts away from the pair's episodic misadventures to follow the bumbling pursuit of a pair of equally mismatched goons.See the Story
80% Left coverage: 5 sources
‘Spaceman’ launches Adam Sandler into a heavy-handed sci-fi drama
Adam Sandler stars in "Spaceman," Netflix's existential odyssey into the mysterious chambers of the human heart. Sandler portrays Jakob, a Czech cosmonaut who leaves behind a crumbling marriage six months into a solo mission to rendezvous with a mysterious cosmic cloud. An arachnid alien creature, voice by Paul Dano, makes itself known as a strange stowaway.See the Story
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A Classic Rock Documentary for Real Music Fans Gets a Trailer with Runaway Radio
The film industry has changed almost in tandem with the music industry. Old method of distribution were disrupted by consumer technology and eventually post-digital streaming platforms, be it Spotify or Netflix. Radio, like cable television, has suffered as a result, especially the already rare rock radio stations that had developed big personalities, large audiences, and special real estate in the music industry. Houston's 101 KLOL was one such…See the Story
Georgia, United States · Georgia
The Geechee Witch: A Boo Hag Story Review | A Murky Mess With a Morally Haunting Story
Set in the wetlands of Georgia, Fairfax Pictures’ newest cinematic collaboration with Regal Cinemas for Black History Month is The Geechee Witch: A Boo Hag Story. The horror movie dives into the folklore of the Gullah people, an African American ethnic group who predominantly live in the lower regions of the US. One of the more fantastical aspects of this heritage is the mythical creature known as the Boo Hag, which sucks the breath or soul out …See the Story
The Reverend Review | A Documentary About Art and Religion That Doesn't Say Much About Either
After years of so-called unprecedented event after unprecedented event, you'll find a lot of people describing positive and well-meaning movies, books, and TV as something that "we need right now." The Reverend is precisely that kind of film. The documentary follows Vince Anderson, leader of his band The Love Choir, who have a weekly residency in Brooklyn where they perform "dirty gospel" music to an adoring crowd. Anderson didn't plan his life …See the Story
History of Evil Review | Anti-Trump Horror Film Is a Shallow, Pandering Mess
Bad movies are a dime a dozen; you forget about them the same day you watch them, with little to no resentment. But bad movies with wasted potential — those are the tough ones. It's frustrating and disappointing to watch a film completely crumble when it had all the right ingredients to be interesting. That's unfortunately the case with the pseudo-horror film History of Evil, a title that should've been reserved for a much better film; like the …See the Story
Unsinkable: Titanic Untold Review | Interrogating the Aftermath of the 1912 Disaster
Widely recognized as two of the most heart-wrenching movies revolving around a historical disaster, Roy Ward Baker’s A Night To Remember and James Cameron’s Titanic frame the unfortunate sinking of that massive ocean liner in ways that are simply unmatched. From the emotional display of English actor Kenneth More as Second Officer Charles Lightoller in the 1958 rendition to the plagued romance between Leonorda DiCaprio’s Jack and Kate Winslet’s …See the Story
Ordinary Angels Review: Alan Ritchson & Hilary Swank Uplift Us in Remarkable True Story
For anyone worried that Ordinary Angels looks too narrowly faith-based, fret not. But for those looking for a story that reminds us of the power of faith, you're also in for a treat here. The new drama from director Jon Gunn (The Case for Christ) offers a lovely balance and walks a fine line.See the Story
Spokane · Spokane
Tim Travers and the Time Traveler’s Paradox Screws with Black Holes, Clones, and Danny Trejo in New Trailer
Tim Travers and the Time Traveler’s Paradox is traveling through time to the Cinequest Film Festival in March, after filming wrapped in early 2023 in Spokane, Washington. "Inspired by heavy drinking and poor life choices," as the film suggests, Stimson Snead’s sci-fi comedy film has a stacked cast of charmers — Felicia Day, Danny Trejo, Keith David, Joel McHale, and more, led by Samuel Dunning as the titular mad scientist, Tim Travers, a misanth…See the Story
Constellation Review: Apple TV+ Has Another Potential Sci-Fi Hit With This Twisted Thriller
Like the iPhones we’ve grown to covet and the Airpods that curiously make us appear more hip, Apple knows all too well how to satisfy consumer cravings. We just want more. And we get it. Then there’s Apple TV+, which launched at the tail end of 2019, pre-pandemic. Reflecting on it now, it was a bit of an aperitif, wasn’t it? A curious elixir before the main meal, which we binged during those pandemic years.See the Story