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Top 5 Halloween Films to Watch Every Year

Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995): One of the best Halloween comedies to watch! Leslie Nielsen stars as Count Dracula in Mel Brooks' comedic turn on the Bram Stoker classic, Dracula. With every Mel Brooks film, you know there will be more than one film reference!   Hocus Pocus (1993): I mean, what's a Halloween… Continue reading Top 5 Halloween Films to Watch Every Year

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Movie Review – “Little Evil” – Netflix

Did Netflix do it again with a fantastic horror-comedy film, or was it a bust? Little Evil stars Evangeline Lilly and Adam Scott, and some other celebrity appearances. Gary and Samantha are newlyweds. Samantha has a 6-year-old son, Lucas. Lucas may be the Antichrist. After a disturbance at Lucas's school that causes Gary to show… Continue reading Movie Review – “Little Evil” – Netflix

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Some Like It Hot – Fathom Events – Film Review

  One of my favorite classic films from 1959, Some Like It Hot, arrived in theaters again this week. I have seen this film multiple times on TCM (Turner Classic Movies), and I am so, so excited to see it on the big screen. Two musicians witness an act done by the mob. They flee… Continue reading Some Like It Hot – Fathom Events – Film Review

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Wonder Woman – Film Review

I've waited a long time to finally have a female-leading DC/Marvel film. I am glad they decided to do the origin films of the Justice League (If you haven't seen Wonder Woman yet, be sure to pay attention for the Justice League movie trailer-- OR check out the trailer linked below). There's nothing for me… Continue reading Wonder Woman – Film Review

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Beauty and the Beast – Film Review

  The stories you have seen about the direction of the live-action screenplay of Beauty and the Beast, while some show how great this film is, others turn it into negativity. I would like to start off by stating that this film was FANTASTIC. Yes, it followed the Disney animated film that was released in… Continue reading Beauty and the Beast – Film Review

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SPLIT – Movie Review

M. Night Shyamalan has done is again with the crazy, creepy horror film! Split follows three girls who get kidnapped by a diagnosed man with 23 personalities, who try to escape before the 24th personality emerges. James MccAvoy plays the man with split personalities, which I will say was phenomenal. The way he portrays the… Continue reading SPLIT – Movie Review

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Best Of…2016

It's here, guys. The end of 2016. For film, writing, and television, it's been a bumpy road. With the loss of such iconic stars in our lives, we try to start another year fresh, in hopes that 2017 does not take as many creative people. This post, I thought I would kind of recap what… Continue reading Best Of…2016

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Why Him? – Movie Review

  If you are looking for a different kind of movie this holiday season, check out Why Him? James Franco plays a young millionaire, Laird Mayhew, who tries to win over his girlfriend's father, Ned Fleming, played by Bryan Cranston. This comedy is hilarious. Of course, most of what Franco is in is pretty funny.… Continue reading Why Him? – Movie Review

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“Moana” Film Review

Before I touch on the film, can I get a "show of hands" how many of the readers were as excited as I was for this to finally be released? My family and I are addicted to the tropical paradise that is the Hawaiian Islands, so we felt it was mandatory that we needed to… Continue reading “Moana” Film Review

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“The Girl on the Train” Novel/Film Review

I feel like this is a topic that has had so many reviews or posts in the last 3 months leading up to the movie premiere. For the record, I've had this post saved as a draft until I not only finished the book, but went to see the movie. If you have not seen… Continue reading “The Girl on the Train” Novel/Film Review