Bill Ostroff | February 24, 2014
“It’s Finally Happening. A TV Series For ME!” How right you are. You may not even realize it yet. Bealsebub Entertainment and Machine Gun Turtle have teamed up to produce GEEK CRED, a scripted workplace comedy series set within a comic book store, celebrating what it means to be a fan of comics and… well, […]
Dan Yun | February 20, 2014
A manga about Ninjas with incredible abilities, which was later adapted into an anime about those same Ninjas, which was also released in Japanese theaters as animated feature films. Naruto has become a huge hit worldwide with an enormous fan base.
Ryan Morrissey-Smith | February 11, 2014
Grand Piano plays like a more mobile and less frantic Phone Booth. Eschewing the ‘punishing the wicked’ modus operandi from Phone Booth, it does keep the same kind of tension. However, to compare the two films is a bit unfair as the films are vastly different, but have the one common element tying them together.
Bill Ostroff | February 10, 2014
SURVIVOR is the first true science fiction film from Arrowstorm Entertainment, a world leader in fantasy entertainment. Sure, we’ve made some zombie movies (Osombie and Zombie Hunter), but now we’re talking spaceships, laser guns, wormholes, mutant creatures and a true scifi icon, Mr. Kevin Sorbo! As with all our past Kickstarter efforts, this film has […]
Royal Lance Eustache | February 10, 2014
With movies based on toy franchises getting a bad rap these days, one would think that a toy as basic as LEGO would be a guaranteed stinker. The LEGO Movie is surprisingly good and is worthy enough for anyone of any age to watch.
Iain McNally | February 4, 2014
Rebooting Robocop was always going to be a tough sell, even for a dollar. The original 1987 movie is such a classic. Such a perfect product of its time and the crazy genius mind of director Paul Verhoeven that makes it almost impossible to imagine where to even begin with any remake.
Steve Harcourt | February 4, 2014
In an increasingly connected world, the complex and difficult idea of relationships, love and identity come under new and varied stresses and contexts. In his new film, Her, director Spike Jonze brings us a melancholic view of modern love in a (slightly) futuristic setting.
Ryan Morrissey-Smith | January 29, 2014
In Martin Scorsese’s latest crime opus, The Wolf Of Wall Street, he dumps organised crime in favor of bizarre but good old-fashioned white-collar crime and the results are still exhilarating. Long time collaborator Leo DiCaprio and Scorsese have created a blistering portrait of the so-called “Wolf Of Wall Street”, Jordan Belfort. Based on the book of the same name, it tells the story of how Jordan Belfort cheated the system and in turn made obscene amounts of money.
Steve Harcourt | January 27, 2014
Low budget comedies are a hit and miss affair. In this indie effort set in the world of LARPing, it might not just be the characters shouting ‘hit’ or ‘miss’. Three friends, in typical student fashion, have failed to fulfil their course requirements, so they find themselves needing to beg for mercy from their college Professor…
Steve Harcourt | January 11, 2014
The thought of making a film that lasts for 1 hour and 40 minutes, with only one cast member, may well be one that not many people have had. To set it at sea and have that one cast member be Robert Redford, who at age 77 may well not be into such an idea, is even more ambitious.
Steve Harcourt | January 6, 2014
Life is hard when you’re a struggling comedian, have relationship issues, and are trying to find meaning in your existence. It gets harder when you start sleepwalking and things begin to take a strange turn towards the bizarre.
Steve Harcourt | January 3, 2014
To some, the Disney Corporation is characterised as a money making behemoth that tramples all over many areas of media, but is it undeniable that it has brought us some of the finest works of art in multiple arenas. Mary Poppins was one such masterpiece and Saving Mr. Banks aims to tell the story of its troubled creation.