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Stream Guide: Doubt & Super 8 (March 8th, 2019)

SLEEPY HOLLOW Original Release Date: November 19, 1999Directed by: Tim BurtonStudio: Paramount PicturesStreaming: Syfy 72ND ACADEMY AWARDSBest Cinematography (Nominee)Best Costume Design (Nominee)Best Art Direction (Winner) Official Synopsis: Ichabod Crane is sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate the decapitations of three people, with the culprit being the legendary apparition, The Headless Horseman. Starring: Johnny Depp, Christina Ricci, Miranda Richardson, Michael Gambon, Casper Van Dien, and … Read More Stream Guide: Doubt & Super 8 (March 8th, 2019)


Tuesday Releases: White House Down & Grown Ups 2

NOVEMBER 5TH, 2013 WHITE HOUSE DOWN // As much as “White House Down” resembles “Olympus Has Fallen” from this year, they do carry slight differences that make them both enjoyable. Tatum and Foxx have a much different chemistry than Butler and Eckhardt, plus Tatum has a much more enjoyable screen presence than Butler. However, having two films based around taking out the white house … Read More Tuesday Releases: White House Down & Grown Ups 2

Movie Review: Lovelace (2013)

LOVELACE BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLAUGUST 20, 2013 An entertaining biopic with a strong central performance from Amanda Seyfried, “Lovelace,” captures the rise and fall of real-life porn star Linda Lovelace. Starting her life as Linda Boreman, she lives with her strict parents, Dorothy (Sharon Stone) and John (Robert Patrick). It is not until Linda meets and marries suave Chuck Traynor, played entirely convincingly by Peter … Read More Movie Review: Lovelace (2013)


Theatrical Releases: Elysium & We’re The Millers

Following a retreaded story structure, “Elysium” sticks out as a strong science fiction action film for its impressive visuals, more-so over its ability to tell a captivating story, however, the strong allusions to unbalanced socio-economical classes and unequal distribution of wealth help differentiate it from similar sci-fi flicks. “Elysium” has amazingly striking visuals with half the effects crew, which is entirely impressive to say … Read More Theatrical Releases: Elysium & We’re The Millers