If you’re in need of a good mystery but don’t want any kind of sex or violence weighing down the proceedings, Tim’s Vermeer (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 80 minutes, PG-13) may be the Blu-ray you’re looking for. Although it’s billed as a “Penn & Teller” film, Tim’s Vermeer is mainly an exploration of inventor Tim [...]
Sleepy Hollow, the FOX sophomore series, already has a devoted fan base. From week to week, Sleepy Hollow leaves audiences wanting more.
There are so many different reasons that the show has struck a chord with its audience. Sleepy Hollow stars Tom Mison and Nicole Behaire have their own theories as to why the show [...]
It’s been an eventful year for Kit Harrington, who’s proven that there is more to life than life on the Wall (Game of Thrones reference, if you’re not in the know!). Along with proving his battle mettle as Jon Snow, Harrington showed off his gladiator style prowess in the underrated, guilty pleasure epic Pompeii and [...]
Filmmaker/author Sebastian Junger’s new project Korengal is a follow-up to the acclaimed documentary Restrepo. Both forays into the mountainous terrain of Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley give viewers an up close look at the soldiers who manned the Restrepo outpost, and Korengal gives a more in-depth examination at the psyches of the close knit unit that [...]
If you dig sci-fi flicks which come with a bit of a twist, The Signal may be your cup of tea. With just a $4 million budget to carry the way, director William Eubank and cinematographer David Lanzenberg have crafted a visually arresting tale of three college friends (Brenton Thwaites, Beau Knapp, Olivia Cooke) [...]
World War II films told from the German perspective is a rarity, so the mere existence of the 279 minute epic Generation War is refreshing. Now out on DVD and Blu-ray from Music Box films, the project centers on five, Berlin based friends and their experiences during World War II.
Directed by Philipp Kadelbach, [...]
Hosted by Curb Your Enthusiasm’s JB Smoove, Last Comic Standing returns with three new judges (Russell Peters, Roseanne Barr, Keenen Ivory Wayans) who definitely know their craft. This season will feature the top 100 comics in the U.S. trying out for the top 20 spots. The winner of Last Comic Standing will receive an [...]
Jena Irene and Caleb Johnson faced off last night on American Idol at the Nokia Theatre in downtown Los Angeles, and for Irene it was pretty much the experience of a lifetime.
“To just perform in front of an audience of that many people and in an amazing venue is so different than what [...]
With the Cannes Film Festival in full swing, I decided to check out the DVD Seduced and Abandoned, a documentary which aired last year on HBO. Directed by James Toback, an incisive and risk taking filmmaker who’s done excellent work with Robert Downey Jr. (The Pick-Up Artist, Two Girls and a Guy), James Caan [...]
It’s perfect timing that the first part of Rosemary’s Baby airs tonight (NBC, 9 pm et/pt) on Mothers Day. Zoe Saldana plays Rosemary and Suits hunk Patrick J. Adams is her hubby. If you haven’t read the Ira Levin book or seen the Roman Polanski version, we’re not going to tell you why high [...]