We take a look at the dark sci-fi comedy, drama film from Sweden called “LFO”.
It’s sci-fi horror month on Horror Thursdays and I set the way back machine to 1982 and take on “The Thing” from director John Carpenter.
Our crew of critics review Christopher Nolan’s ambitious science fiction drama “Interstellar”.
Matt Marshall breaks down what’s new to check out on Blu-ray this week including “The Hobbit” and “Maleficent.”
I am joined by Dawn from the movie review blog “In The Audience” to review the new slasher horror film “See No Evil 2″ from directors Jen and Sylvia Soska.
Blu-Ray Review- My Darling Clementine Distributor: The Criterion Collection Street Date: October 14th 2014 Technical Specifications: 1080P Video, Black & White, 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio, Mono Audio Runtime: 97 Minutes The Film: If the western film genre were a symphony, John Ford would certainly be its most brilliant composer. With films like Stage Coach, Drums Along…
Our critics reviews David Ayer’s WWII epic “Fury”, starring Brad Pitt.
The WeLiveFilm critics give their video reviews of the comedy-drama “Birdman,” starring Michael Keaton and Edward Norton.
Mark “The Movieman gives his opinion on the latest installment in the VHS franchise, “V/H/S: Viral”
AlmostDomi takes a look at the 2013 drama “Palo Alto” directed by Gia Coppola. Find out if you should Redbox It.