Articles Posted in the Movies Category

  • Sins of our Youth with Mitchel Musso

    Mitchel Musso began acting when he was only eight, and is best known for his work in Disney shows and films. However, audiences will be surprised to see a different side of Mitchel in his new film Sins of our Youth. We caught up with Mitchel to discuss the film, and the transition that he […]

  • The Order with Steve Cardenas

    Steve Cardenas is best known for playing The Red Ranger in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and the Blue Zeo Ranger in Power Rangers Zeo. After becoming involved in martial arts when he was only twelve, Steve has been able enjoy a career combining his passion for both the martial arts and entertainment. Currently Steve […]

  • The Week on DVD and VOD

    The Week is now available on DVD and VOD. It is the perfect way to spend those gift cards Santa left in your stocking. Rick Gomez (Band of Brothers) stars as Dick Romans a man whose future unravels when his wife leaves him on the eve of their ten year anniversary. After the panic subsides, Dick […]

  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children on DVD and Blu-ray

    Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is now available on DVD and Blu-ray. Such an interesting fantasy adventure story about the most peculiar children. If anyone were to take on the task of bringing Ransom Riggs’ novel series to life it would be best to bet on Tim Burton. Using as many practical sets and […]

  • The Magnificent Seven on DVD and Blu-ray

    Dust off your cowboy hat because The Magnificent Seven (2016) is riding onto DVD and Blu-ray this week. Director Antoine Fuqua gives audiences an entertaining throwback to the classic 1960 film of the same name (which happens to be a remake of the 1950’s Japanese film Seven Samurai). It is rare that a remake honors […]

  • Interview with Bill Sorvino of the Mommy’s Box Film

    Bill Sorvino is an actor who has starred in many films. Bill is also the creator of the Golden Door International Film Festival of Jersey City. I’ve recently viewed the feature film he’s in called Mommy’s Box. It’s a touching independent film that will make you want to hug your loved ones after you’ve watched […]

  • Spaceman – Review

      Spaceman is loosely based on the story of Major League Baseball pitcher Bill ‘Spaceman” Lee. If you love baseball, and are a fan of Bill, then this is the film for you. The first half of the film shows Bill’s quick spiral down and falling out of the league. Surrounded by a green fog Bill […]

  • Edge of Winter – Review

    Writer/Director Rob Connolly’s feature directorial debut Edge of Winter is a thrilling view into human nature when tested by extreme situations. Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad) plays Elliot Baker a down on his luck man whose only joy in life is his two estranged sons. When Elliot’s ex-wife drops the boys off for a rare visit […]

  • The Man From UNCLE on DVD and Blu-Ray

    The Man From U.N.C.L.E., the latest and greatest film by Guy Ritchie, finally releases on DVD and Blu-Ray this week just in time for the holidays (11/17 – now available on VOD). Based on the classic television series, and set during the Cold War era, American CIA agent Napoleon Solo (Henry Cavill) and KGB agent […]

  • Darling with Mickey Keating

    Writer/Director Mickey Keating has been taking the 2015 festival circuit by storm. With back-to-back hits like Pod and Darling, along with his upcoming film Carnage Park, Mickey is reminiscent of a young Hitchcock. With complex characters, each exploring their own humanity in the dark shadows of life, the stories unfold into an enjoyable tangled web of […]