Articles Posted in the " Movies " Category



  • Saddle Up for Denmark’s ‘The Salvation’

    Are you a fan of westerns?  Or perhaps a fan of the Danish sensation that’s sweeping the nation known as Mads Mikkelsen?  If you answered yes to either or both of these questions, then have I got a treat for you! The Salvation is a Danish film starring Mads Mikkelsen, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, and Eva […]



  • Movie Recommendation: G.B.F

    There aren’t a lot of coming of age movies that grab my attention. The one’s I remember is Mean Girls, and The Perks of Being a Wallflower (which I saw…because Emma Watson!). However, G.B.F or ‘Gay Best Friend’ is a film I recently watched and it took me by surprise. It captured what being a […]


  • STILL/MOVEMENT: About the New GOTHAM Trailer

    WARNERS MAKES A BIG SPLASH WITH 1ST GOTHAM TRAILER: BUT IS THIS THE BATMAN SERIES WE WANT? 2.5 million views in one day: it’s clear that the people are hungry for more Batman stories. I’ll say this: it looks pretty good. Done right, Gotham could be an amazing, must-watch piece of television. But man, I’m […]


  • STILL/MOVEMENT DVD REVIEW: The Gamers: Hands of Fate

    THIRD TIME’S THE CHARM: THE GAMERS SERIES FINALLY LIVES UP TO ITS POTENTIAL Of all the cool stuff I could talk about to kick off this column, why an obscure DVD of a web series that had a Kickstarter nearly 2 years ago? Two reasons: I love talking about stuff that deserves a wider audience; […]


  • TSA America: Live with Misha Collins from DC Con

    I was fortunate enough to be able to participate in the live streaming event from Salute to Supernatural: Washington DC and get a glimpse at a new series of hilarious shorts by Supernatural‘s Misha Collins.  The series is co-written by Misha and his spouse, Vicki Vantoch, and friend Colin Ferguson, and Misha stars in both […]



  • Lucy (2014) Trailer Review

    Coming off the high from seeing Black Widow shine in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, I was primed to love the trailer for Luc Besson’s Lucy, due for release later this year. Let’s be real, Scarlett Johansson starring in what looks like a female-lead anti-hero story with a dry sarcastic sense of humor – it’s […]