Entertainment

New Trailer For Movie “False Colors” Unveiled

In Need of a Lockdown Quarantine Binge Worthy Government Conspiracy? Remote Station Entertainment just released a provoking action thriller that explores the possibility of what if? FALSE COLORS, written and directed by William Norton follows an international weapons inspector Ted Keller (Matthew Gilliam) as he discovers a deadly biological agent …

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A Look Back At The TV Landscape Of 2015

For a while, I was diving into the history of film in five year increments. At first, I was checking out what had come out around the same time of the calendar. Then, when that information became less detailed, I just started looking at the year as a whole. However, …

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Scraping The Barrel Movie Reviews

I am scraping the bottom of the barrel from a movie perspective. At this point, any movie that seems the least bit interesting is getting a shot. What else am I going to do? These are trying times for people who want/need to spend a lot of time watching stuff. …

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The Heat Is Rising, In Life And On TV

Pop culture reflects life. It is a way for writers and actors to put their own experiences on display, to create art from them and to perhaps be emotionally enriched. We can watch TV, for example, and see our own lives reflected in them. The bad bosses, the awkward dates, …

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What To Binge This Weekend: ‘The X-Files’

I must say, as I make this recommendation, I’m not the biggest The X-Files fan. And yet, I am still recommending it. Weird? Perhaps, but to me it makes sense. After all, the truth is out there. Plus, there are a lot of episodes, it’s ready to be streamed, and …

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Quentin Tarantino’s Weird Take On Empathy

Recently, I rewatched Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood. Mostly it was so that I could decide once and for all whether this or Knives Out was the best film of 2019. This movie is still awesome. I love how it looks. I love the acting. Like, even the …

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Looking Into The Films Of 1945

We are far back into film history now. We’re talking about the world of film in 1945. Basically every film was in black and white. World War II was still going on. As a film fan, though, I’m really enjoying this adventure. I know a bit about 1945 movies. I …

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AWARD-WINNING COMPOSER INON ZUR SCORES ‘OUTRIDERS’

SQUARE ENIX® today revealed EMMY Award winner and three-time BAFTA nominated composer Inon Zur is scoring the music for OUTRIDERS™, the highly anticipated upcoming RPG-Shooter from People Can Fly, the developers of Gears of War: Judgment and BULLETSTORM, and Square Enix External Studios, the minds behind SLEEPING DOGS® and JUST CAUSE®. “As a …

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Raindance Film Festival To Screen “Melody Makers” Tomorrow

Raindance Film Festival are hosting a very special screening of the film  Melody Makers available to watch for FREE from 6pm on Friday 3rd July until Midnight on Sunday 5th July on the raindance website https://www.raindance.org/the-filmmaker-sessions/ Melody Maker was the first ever weekly music publication launched in 1926. For decades after its beginning, …

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