Check Out 'Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!) On DVD October 6

10/3/2015 4:32am EDT
Bon Voyage Charlie Brown
Celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Peanuts going international in "Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (And Don't Come Back!) on DVD for the first time ever on Oct. 6, 2015, from Paramount Home Media Distribution.

The film was released in theaters in 1980, and the DVD is digitally remastered.

"Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown" features Charlie Brown, Linus, Peppermint Patty, and Marcie as exchange students who visit France for two weeks.

Snoopy and Woodstock also make the trip, which combines mystery, intrigue, and romance combined with misadventures that seem to follow Charlie Brown wherever he goes....

'Time Out Of Mind’ Makes An Important Message About The Homeless

10/2/2015 1:30pm EDT
Time Out of Mind
Writer/director Oren Moverman's drama Time Out of Mind makes a definitive artistic statement about how we treat the homeless in the United States. His film contends that we view the homeless as inhuman and willfully ignore their existence. It also argues that our indifference has created a societal system that prevents them from breaking out of their situation. These main points are thoroughly reinforced by the movie's story and by how it is shot and edited.

Moverman shoots much of the film with hidden cameras, where we either observe the lead character (Richard Gere) from a distance. Your...

Movie Reviews: 'A Christmas Horror Story' And More

10/2/2015 12:15pm EDT
Movie Reviews: 'A Christmas Horror Story' / 'Kids Vs. Monsters'
October means more horror – and documentaries? Yup, we’re checking out some interesting terror tales dealing with monsters, kids and even Santa, paired with a doc with a very biting sense of humor. Check out encapsulated reviews of "A Christmas Horror Story," "Kids vs. Monsters" and the documentary "Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of National Lampoon" below!

Title: "A Christmas Horror Story"

Stars: 4

Genre: Horror

Cast: William Shatner, George Buza, Ken Hall

Director: Grant Harvey/Steven Hoban/Brett Sullivan

Rating: Not Rated

Running Time: 99 Minutes

Release Company: R...

Get Ready For A Suspenseful Thrill Ride With 'Sicario'

10/2/2015 9:22am EDT
'Sicario' Is A Dark Exciting Tale About The War On Drugs
So far Sicario is the closest director Denis Villeneuve has come to mastering the slow burn thriller. His films Prisoners and Enemy show promise, although they don’t hit the mark like this one does. Despite the engaging crime story at its center, Prisoners is bloated and glacial. Enemy on the other hand, is super suspenseful, but has confusing symbolism and a total WTF ending. Sicario splits the difference between them as a swift, straightforward crime tale.

Just because Sicario is less complicated though, that doesn’t mean it’s any less thrilling. What sets it apart from Prisoners and Ene...

What's The Scoop On 'Duck Dynasty' Star Sadie Robertson's First Movie Gig?

10/1/2015 4:33pm EDT
'Duck Dynasty' Star Sadie Robertson Snags Movie Role: 'I'm Not A
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson is ready to tackle a new type of challenge. The teen has already conquered reality television, public speaking, book publishing and fashion and now she's about to tackle her first movie role. What's the scoop?

"I'm Not Afraid" is a movie set to debut in April 2016 that focuses on Rachel Joy Scott, the first victim of the Columbine shooting spree in 1999. Witnesses of the massacre indicated that Scott had been mocked by the shooters for her faith, and the film is centered around that component of the story.

A trailer for "I'm Not Afraid" has now been rel...

Matt Damon Remains A True Friend To Ben Affleck

10/1/2015 4:06pm EDT
Matt Damon Says Best Friend, Oscar Winner Ben Affleck Is 'Misund
Years after taking the movie industry by storm in 1999 with their self-written and directed film "Good Will Hunting," Matt Damon is still willing to go the extra mile for buddy Ben Affleck.

During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter to promote his new film "The Martian," Damon revealed that he feels badly for his longtime friend, feeling like he got a raw deal in Hollywood.

"There's nobody who's more misunderstood," Damon revealed to The Hollywood Reporter about Affleck.

He revealed that Affleck has never quite been "gotten" by the press, from the start of his career where he was pe...

Find Out What's New On Netflix In October

9/30/2015 5:29pm EDT
What's New And Expiring On Netflix In October
Netflix originals have received several Emmy nominations over the past few years, and now Oscars are in the radar. “Beasts of No Nation” tells the story of a West African boy named Agu who is forced to join a group of mercenaries. Starring Idris Elba and directed by Cary Fukunaga (“True Detective”), the film will start streaming October 16, and it will also receive a limited theatrical release the same day, making it eligible at the next Academy Awards.

The 16th looks to be Original Day for the month, with the new Anthony Jeselnik comedy special, “Thoughts and Prayers,” premiering and seas...

Vancouver International Film Festival Reviews

9/30/2015 12:12pm EDT
Vancouver International Film Festival 2015 - 'First Weekend Revi
Looks like my dear old Dad has been hitting the movie grindstone as witnessed by a gaggle of his reviews via the Vancouver International Film Festival 2015 (taking place Sept. 24 through Oct. 9 - go to for more details!) he has nicely bestowed upon us. Michael Coleman – father, friend and film goer. Give us the movie review skinny pop!


"Brooklyn" - As an opening film "Brooklyn" sets the tone for the festival and it worries me. A film with half a story and no antagonist, the result is a totally predictable linear film that moves at a snail’s paced – a drama withou...

Movie Documentary Reviews: 'End of the Century' / 'American Hardcore'

9/30/2015 10:58am EDT
Movie Reviews: 'End of the Century' / 'American Hardcore'
We’re keeping the teaming of the amazing Slamdance Film Festival with the equally impressive Arclight Cinemas series known as The Slamdance Cinema Club going with more encapsulated reviews of two recent docs that blow the lid of the music industry. We’re checking out "End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones" and "American Hardcore" below – happy reading!

Title: "End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones"

Stars: 4

Genre: Documentary

Cast: Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Dee Dee Ramone

Director: Jim Fields and Michael Gramaglia

Rating: Not Rated

Running Time: 110 Minutes


DVD Review: 'What We Did On Our Holiday' - Worth The Money?

9/29/2015 12:03pm EDT
DVD Review: 'What We Did On Our Holiday'
Can a death bring a dysfunctional family together? We’re gonna find out as we check out the new to DVD flick "What We Did On Our Holiday" out Oct. 6 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. We see if life can overcome death and be funny below!

Title: "What We Did On Our Holiday"

Grade: 3

Cast: Rosamund Pike, David Tennant, Billy Connolly

Director: Andy Hamilton & Guy Jenkin

Rating: R

Runtime: 95 minutes

Release Company: Lionsgate Home Entertainment


The Flick: A somewhat sappy and lighthearted look at the troubled side of family life, "What We Did On...

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