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Couldn’t Make Comic-Con? Watch the Essential Videos News

Couldn’t Make Comic-Con? Watch the Essential Videos

With the help of the Internet, missing Comic-Con no longer means you miss out on all the sneak peeks and fun videos shown. We’ve put a few of the essentials up so you can catch up all in one sitting. Of course there’s a few things that you can only see if you are there Read More
Ron Mann’s ‘Altman’ Selected for Venice Film Festival News

Ron Mann’s ‘Altman’ Selected for Venice Film Festival

Some good news for fans of director Robert Altman. Ron Mann‘s documentary Altman has been selected to play the Venice International Film Festival in the Classics section. If the title isn’t a dead giveaway, Altman deals with the life and career of legendary filmmaker Robert Altman. Here’s the official synopsis: Altman is an in-depth look Read More
Comic-Con 2014 Day 3: From Batman V. Superman to Avengers: Age of Ultron News

Comic-Con 2014 Day 3: From Batman V. Superman to Avengers: Age of Ultron

Saturday at Comic-Con is the closest thing to being in one of the many fictionalized dystopian futures of literature and film that keeps the fans coming out to the convention. Comic-Con-ers camped out the afternoon of Friday and over-night in order to finally gain access to Hall H at 9am Saturday morning. Some of them Read More
Comic-Con 2014 Day 2: The Anti-Harry Potter, Guillermo’s Cartoon, & Kevin Smith Swears Up a Storm News

Comic-Con 2014 Day 2: The Anti-Harry Potter, Guillermo’s Cartoon, & Kevin Smith Swears Up a Storm

Friday at Comic-Con in Hall H was primarily focused on two of television’s hottest shows, The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones. We won’t bore you with television news, but… oh, who are we kidding? If you love good films, chances are you watch both of these amazing shows and therefore should know you can Read More
Comic-Con 2014 Day 1: Cumberbatch, The Giver, & Interstellar Curveballs News

Comic-Con 2014 Day 1: Cumberbatch, The Giver, & Interstellar Curveballs

Day 1 of Comic-Con was everything you’d expect. Crowds, cosplay, and curveballs galore. Thursday’s Hall H presentations began a bit later than they will the rest of the weekend, but the movie surprises were rapid-fire with plenty of juicy tidbits to make each of the presentations quite exciting. The day was fun-filled enough that not Read More
Wasabi Roe On a Bagel?! Julie Cohen Says It’s Delicious, Tells Us Where We Can Find It Film Festival

Wasabi Roe On a Bagel?! Julie Cohen Says It’s Delicious, Tells Us Where We Can Find It

For 100 years, Russ & Daughters has been serving delicious smoked fish to New Yorkers from its original location in the lower-east side. Filmmaker Julie Cohen took it upon herself to celebrate the centennial cinematically with The Sturgeon Queens, a jaunty chronicling of the store’s history that’s both full of attitude and touchingly nostalgic. In a Read More
Fantasia Festival 2014: Honeymoon Film Festival

Fantasia Festival 2014: Honeymoon

The honeymoon phase is meant to be one of the happiest moments in people’s lives. Which makes it the perfect backdrop for a horror film, of course! Director Leigh Janiak has been itching to make her first feature film for quite some time and finally, together with writing partner Phil Graziadei, she’s concocted a psychological Read More
Watch Creepy Trailer for ‘Honeymoon’ Starring ‘Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie News

Watch Creepy Trailer for ‘Honeymoon’ Starring ‘Game of Thrones’ Rose Leslie

Check out the new trailer for the film Honeymoon, starring Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones) and Luke Treadaway (Attack the Block) about a newly married couple looking to enjoy their retreat to an isolated cabin in the woods. Yeah, that’s not going to end up well… Horror films set in a cabin in the woods have Read More
The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival Kicks Off Tomorrow Film Festival

The San Francisco Jewish Film Festival Kicks Off Tomorrow

The most renowned Jewish film festival in the world, the 34th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, kicks off tomorrow night at the Castro Theater for a three-week run of stunning, independent films from across the globe. Through every genre of cinema–from action, to documentary, to comedy, to romance–the festival’s line-up celebrates Jewish-ness for people from all Read More