Sex, Death and Bowling

January 18, 2016

By Mark Miller Movie Screening Launches Project to Save Bowling Museum’s Fragile Film Collection What most likely is the world’s largest collection of films about or including bowling resides with the International Bowling Museum and […]

2016 Superhero Movie Preview

January 12, 2016

It seems like superhero movies have dominated the box office over recent years, but in reality, there haven’t been that many of them. But the movies tend to be super successful, perhaps making it feel […]

Spotlight movie is bright among holiday lineup

November 13, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier When I first read the credits for Spotlight, I thought ‘Damn, that’s one hell of a cast listing.’ But none better to bring to life this Pulitzer-prize winning true story. Spotlight […]

My All American

November 13, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier It’s holiday season everybody, ’tis the season to be jolly. People just become giddy during the holidays, like nothing can bring you down from the high of being thankful and giving […]

Luke Skywalker: The Force Awakens

November 5, 2015

By Connor Risenhoover The hype continues to build for Star Wars: The Force Awakens after its most recent trailer and announcement that tickets are on sale. Sold out theaters and much media coverage continue to […]

Terrence Howard Retiring After Empire

November 3, 2015

By Gabrielle Kirven Is Actor Terrence Howard calling a quits to Hollywood? Forty-six year old Terrence Howard was born in Chicago, Illinois to the parents of Anita Williams and Tyrone Howard. He discovered his passion […]

Rock Movies: So Awful They’re Great

October 29, 2015

By Peter Gerstenzang Social scientists call it the Law of Unintended Consequences. It can be something good, like a sudden rainstorm making crops grow. Or something bad, like hearing George Zimmerman is going on a […]

The 7 Most Sinister 007 Villains

October 20, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier Good evening, Mr. Bond. Glad you could make it to the party. Too bad you won’t be staying long, I so enjoyed our little run-ins with each other. But I must […]

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials review

September 18, 2015

By Taylor C. Berrier There is a new atmosphere forming in Hollywood. There is a realization that one really is such a lonely number, and us the viewer and moviegoer are always going to expect […]

The Transporter Reboot That No One Asked For

September 3, 2015

By: Paul Esquivel Contrary to the title, The Transporter: Refueld is definitely running on E. From its’ start the engine stalls as if it was refueled with water, and that would make sense considering the […]

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