To say last year was a difficult one for someone like me, a movie fan, to endure would be a small understatement. With theaters shutting their doors for a time, blockbuster movies moving to the next upcoming year and film schedules shifting, it was a time of uncertainty for film studios, fans, and the entertainmentContinue reading “My Top Anticipated Films of 2021”
Not one of my favorite genres to go into but with the holidays around the corner and Hallmark Network having their romantic Christmas movies already playing,…
I’m Finally Back with another edition of the Movie Quarantine Chronicles!
I decided to check out Christopher Nolan’s new thriller, Tenet. And it was… an interesting experience in more ways than one.
The Theaters are mostly back open. But will it be the same?
If this is your first time reading this blog, I think it’s obvious that I like to watch movies. However, the Coronavirus pandemic washing over the globe has created a sudden drop off in the number of new movies for not just mine, but others’, viewing pleasure. As many studios are moving their blockbusters toContinue reading “Movie Quarantine Chronicles: Part V”
Director Josephine Decker’s take on horror author Shirley Jackson is something completely different for the genre.
With movie theaters currently closed, production has halted on current films and those scheduled for theatrical release were pushed to future dates as far as next year or were looking to video on demand and streaming to push out these movies. The Lovebirds, originally scheduled for a wide theatrical release had its rights sold to NetflixContinue reading “Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae’s chemistry carries light rom-com ‘The Lovebirds’”
Currently, the United States is in the grips of the Coronavirus pandemic, bringing our daily lives to a screeching halt. While I’m sure the economy will bounce back once we have gotten past “social distancing”, the one industry that will be dramatically – possibly ultimately – affected will be movies and entertainment.