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Remember the first round of Welcome to the Blumhouse? Those creepy cool films that streamed on Amazon Prime? Well, there’s a new batch coming, and I have passes for a virtual screening/premier of the first film, a vampire joint called … Continue reading
As a complete WoT nerd, I am stoked about this series, and have been for a while now. And this trailer doesn’t disappoint. The trailer seems to focus on Moraine and the Aes Sedai sisters, making sure that newbie viewers … Continue reading
” King Akeem may have forgotten his story, but the people of Zamunda have not.” Story: It’s been 30 years since Prince Akeem went to Queens to find…his queen. Now, with the passing of his father, Akeem is now King. … Continue reading
Genre: Documentary Release Date: 2003 Where I Watched: Amazon Prime This documentary popped up in my Prime queue, and I jumped on it. Like the incredible Horror Noire, Century takes a look at the sadly neglected history of black cinema, … Continue reading
“We should move in together!” – spoken less than five minutes after a first kiss Where I Watched: Amazon Prime Genre: WTF Holiday “Romance” New Holiday Spirit or Ghost of Christmas Past?: It’s definitely…a thing. Synopsis: Holly (because Christmas story, … Continue reading
Ready to get your October on? Because I’ve got passes for the virtual premiers of Evil Eye and Nocturne, part of the #WelcomeToTheBlumhouse series coming to Amazon Prime! Winners will receive an invite to one or the other, because surprises … Continue reading
This story of Marie Curie blends biopic with fictional clips of how radium has affected the world, both good (radiation therapy) and ill (Hiroshima, Chernobyl). While the clips are interesting and pulled at my curiosity, Radioactive would have been a … Continue reading
I’m dealing with no screenings. I’m not dealing well. So, why not throw money at streaming services that are showing stuff that was in the theaters before we all went on lockdown? Here’s my brief – because I’m in Home … Continue reading
“Oh my boos – kill kill kill!” An adorable look at what it’s like to be a kid, set in Wiggly, GA, circa 1977. Look past the bad wig Mackenna Grace wears, and see the sweet story that’s got just … Continue reading
“Dad? I think I could be part alien.” Kiernan Shipka’s young doppelgänger Mckenna Grace in an adorable film set to tug all the heartstrings…written by Beasts of the Southern Wild‘s Lucy Alibar? Sign me up! Just one look at this … Continue reading