Get Ready for ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ with this Hilarious Teaser Trailer

STXfilms has released brand new trailers and first-look images from A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS and we have it for you below! A BAD MOMS CHRISTMAS follows our three under-appreciated and over-burdened women as they rebel against the challenges and expectations of the Super Bowl for moms: Christmas.  And if creating a more perfect holiday for their families wasn’t hard enough, they have to Read More →

Review: ‘ACE THE CASE: MANHATTAN MYSTERY’ features a little gumshoe with gumption.

Presents ACE THE CASE : Manhattan Mystery A plucky kid puts herself in peril when she matches wits with three scheming criminals in a suspenseful Manhattan mystery and family comedy. Starring: Ripley Sobo ( Broadway shows “Matilda” & “Once”) Susan Sarandon (The Meddler, Thelma and Louise) Lev Gorn (TV’s “The Americans”) Aaron Sauter (Detachment, TV’s “Alien Dawn”) Written & Directed by: Kevin Kaufman (“The Perfect Read More →

The 35th Annual Razzies Awards Nominees Have Been Announced

For the 35th year, The Golden Raspberry Award Foundation has announced their nominations for the Razzie Awards. You can check out the list of films and performances deemed to be the absolute worst Hollywood has to offer below…

Jeremy’s Review: Jason Stone’s ‘The Calling’ Is a Capable Thriller

As you watch Jason Stone‘s thriller The Calling, it may be hard not to recall David Fincher‘s Se7en. Both are steeped in biblical lore and both feature a serial killer, although that could up for some debate in the former. But that’s where the analogy wears off. The Calling is based in the cold expanse of the Great White North Read More →

Let’s Do The Time Warp Again! Happy Anniversary ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ (a day late but never a boa short)

Happy 29th Anniversary of the UK theatrical release of this cult classic. Rocky Horror Picture Show was sort of a flop by today’s standards, but once midnight screenings began in NYC, there was no stopping this raucous and infectious work of madness. Originally a stage play, it hopped from stage to screen with Richard O’Brien’s script. It was meant to Read More →