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'Dying Of The Light': First Look At New Nicolas Cage Film

October 15th, 2014 8:21pm EDT
Nicolas Cage Dying of the Light poster
Here we go again with the Cage movie-marathon! After being exposed to the worst film of 2014, “Left Behind” Nicolas Cage returns once again to the big screen as CIA agent; Evan Lake in this action-packed electrifying cloak and dagger thriller, "Dying of the Light." Lake is forced to retire after he learns of his dementia while on his final assignment.

He sets out on a mission to find a terrorist who resurfaced as Cage goes rogue to eliminate his sworn enemy. He looks 10 years older in this film with the fake "dyed" grey hair. The movie has faced some controversy as Paul Schrader who wrote...

Interview: 'Listening' Standout Amber Marie Bollinger On Playing Smart And Sexy

October 15th, 2014 12:22pm EDT
It’s not everyday one comes across a film not on the movie radar that far exceeds any cool creative expectation – finding such a gem is a rare treat indeed. The new sci-fi thriller entitled “Listening” is one such notable flick – a captivating cross between “Flatliners” and “Gattaca” that not only has serious style, but also plenty of substance as well. It tells the story of two graduate students who band together to create a groundbreaking new technology that allows them to share thoughts, plus the ramifications of such a world altering device. The films stars ample actors Thomas Stropp...

Screamfest LA 2014 - 'Opening Night Party'

October 15th, 2014 11:22am EDT
Screamfest LA 2014 - 'Opening Night Party'
It’s horror film festival time and the "14th Annual Screamfest 2014" taking place in Los Angeles Oct. 14 through Oct. 23 at the TLC Chinese 6 Theaters (for more info go to is underway! We’re staring off our coverage with a look into an event that’s always amazing and this year came complete with drink, food, wax celebs and The Soska Sisters. (They can do no wrong in our eyes!) Let the festivities begin with an inside look at the Screamfest…"Opening Night Party!"

Checking in is always a good thing – especially when skulls are involved. (They scream party!)


Screamfest LA 2014 - 'What To See'

October 14th, 2014 12:30pm EDT
Screamfest LA 2014 - 'What To See'
October, horror flicks and Halloween could only mean one thing – "Screamfest" time! That’s right fright fans, is once again braving the slice and dice to cover the "14th Annual Screamfest 2014" which is taking place in Los Angeles Oct. 14 through Oct. 23 at the TLC Chinese 6 Theaters (for more info go to and we’re more than excited. With everything from lethal ladies to 80’s homage, this year’s crop of scary flicks looks better than ever. We’re starting off our comprehensive coverage of all things "Screamfest" (which will include reviews, interviews an...

Cary Elwes Revisits His 'Princess Bride' Experience

October 14th, 2014 12:03pm EDT
Cary Elwes Revisits His 'Princess Bride' Experience
Cary Elwes seems like a man with many great stories to tell. After all, he's been excellent in a number of interesting projects, including Glory, Saw, Psych and The X-Files. His most beloved role, though, is undoubtedly Westley in The Princess Bride.

Now Cary is opening up the world of that classic film to its generations of fans, looking back on its production with a new memoir. We caught up with him last week for a few quick words about reflecting on his Princess Bride adventure.

"I have very fond memories of the whole experience," he told us, "which is why I wanted to share that with t...

Vancouver International Film Festival 2014 - Best Of Fest 'Wrap Up'

October 14th, 2014 11:20am EDT
Vancouver International Film Festival 2014 - Best Of Fest 'Wrap
This is it – end of the movie train line! Our man up north and my dedicated dad Michael Coleman unleashes his final thoughts good and bad reflecting on the "Vancouver International Film Festival 2014" – here’s his Best of Fest ‘Wrap Up’!

In their respective categories:

Altered States - Among a disappointing guilty pleasure category it was "The Incident," director Isaac Esban’s Mexican stunner that not only stole the show, but would be in the top five of my top ten films for 2014. Fan cinema at its finest, it's a cult classic in the making.

Dragons & Tigers – Without a doubt "Comi...

Bill Murray To Sing Christmas Carols For Sofia Coppola

October 14th, 2014 10:21am EDT
Bill Murray To Sing Christmas Carols For Sofia Coppola
Bill Murray and director Sofia Coppola team up once again in a Christmas special for television where he will be performing classic Christmas carols.

Murray revealed in an intrivew with Variety that he is excited at the prospect of working with Coppola again.

“It’s not going to be live,” Murray stated. “We’re going to do it like a little movie. It won’t have a format, but it’s going to have music. It will have texture. It will have threads through it that are writing. There will be prose. It will have a patina style and wit to it. It will be nice.”

Murray currently stars in the much talk...

Florida Georgia Line Leads Albums To Check Out: This Week In Music

October 14th, 2014 9:48am EDT
2014 Billboard Music Awards - Arrivals MGM Grand Garden Arena, M
October continues to be the ideal month for musicians to drop their albums – well at least from their perspective. This week’s crop of releases, dropping Tuesday, October 14, don’t quite have the ‘oomph’ of the last couple of weeks, but there’s still at least a potential surefire hit. Normally, U2 would be a sure bet, but you have to question how much an album issued for free will sell. Florida Georgia Line seems to be the favorites this week.

1) Florida Georgia Line, Anything Goes (Republic Nashville)

With bro-country a popular trend, Florida Georgia Line’s sophomore album Anything...

The Judge is Good Film-making

October 13th, 2014 3:43pm EDT
The Judge is Good Film-making
Every now and again an absolutely perfect film comes to pass. 'The Judge' is one of those films with a star-studded, indie feel film about a prodigal son, 'The Judge' hits every single moment regarding acting, staging, cinematography, sound and script.

'The Judge' surrounds two men that seemingly parallel to each other in personality yet who covertly diverge in different ways. Robert Downey Jr. plays Hank/Henry Palmer, a stubborn, hard-edged, law-skirting defense lawyer attempting to save his even harder-edged, yet law-abiding judge father, Joseph (Robert Duvall), from a murder conviction....

Vancouver International Film Festival 2014 - 'Michael's Final Reviews'

October 13th, 2014 12:22pm EDT
Vancouver International Film Festival 2014 - 'Michael's Final Re
Time’s almost up for the great Northern film critic – and my proud papa – Michael Coleman and his movie ridden time at the "Vancouver International Film Festival 2014." So in a final review filled article here’s a few last notable movie nuggets reviewed for your future film pleasure. Take it away daddyo!


"Coming Home" – Boy, was I right when I chose this one early on as one of my must sees. Director Zhang Yimou’s third collaboration with Gong Li is as stunning as their first two. Cinema at its best, "Coming Home" reveals a story of a wife broken by the Chinese Cul...