• ‘The Wait’ (‘L’attesa’) – Movie Review
  • The Academy and Disney Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ with a 70mm Screening and Q&A
  • May at the New Beverly Includes Prince, Wilder, Friedkin and More
  • LA Film Festival Reveals 2016 Competition Lineup, Including 42 World Premieres
‘The Wait’ (‘L’attesa’) – Movie Review

‘The Wait’ (‘L’attesa’) – Movie Review

Loss is an interesting attribute to portray on film. When you think about going to the movies escapism comes to mind. That’s not to say that films dealing in tough subject matter aren’t worth seeing, as some of the best films ever made are challenging, which in turn make you ...

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The Academy and Disney Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ with a 70mm Screening and Q&A

The Academy and Disney Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ with a 70mm Screening and Q&A

Film fans lucky enough to live in the Los Angeles area have no doubt probably been to at least one Academy screening. Almost every screening boasts gorgeous film prints that only The Academy seems to have the capability of obtaining, as well as absurdly cheap ticket prices. Nearly four years ...

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May at the New Beverly Includes Prince, Wilder, Friedkin and More

May at the New Beverly Includes Prince, Wilder, Friedkin and More

Another month, another calendar from the New Beverly Cinema. Though a handful of of the screenings were known beforehand, such as the Jailhouse Rock/Purple Rain double feature, today the theater revealed the entire main month of programming (though midnight and kiddee matinees have yet to be announced). This month’s calendar ...

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LA Film Festival Reveals 2016 Competition Lineup, Including 42 World Premieres

LA Film Festival Reveals 2016 Competition Lineup, Including 42 World Premieres

With just a little more than a month away from the festival kicking off, LA Film Festival has unveiled their 2016 competition lineup. Included in this list are 42 world premieres. The five competition categories, which includes U.S. Fiction, Documentary, World Fiction, LA Muse, and Nightfall, has 43% of the ...

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Golden Week Sale is Live on the PlayStation Store

Golden Week Sale is Live on the PlayStation Store

With Golden Week just around the corner in Japan, once again Sony is celebrating with sales on various video games. Like all sales on the PS Store, PS Plus members get extra discounts on top of the already cut prices. The sale spans all of Sony’s consoles. All of the ...

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Clementine is Back in Telltale Game’s ‘The Walking Dead’ Season Three

Clementine is Back in Telltale Game’s ‘The Walking Dead’ Season Three

In what’s not the biggest surprise in the world, IGN reports that a third season of Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead is on the way. According to an interview with series creator Robert Kirkman, he hints that an older version of Clementine might be showing up. Unlike the second season, ...

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The ‘Twin Peaks’ Reboot Cast List is Massive

The ‘Twin Peaks’ Reboot Cast List is Massive

Though names have been trickling in as the show has undergone filming, today Deadline revealed a full cast list for the upcoming reboot ofTwin Peaks and it is filled to the brim with stars. The image released that showcases all the names is two pages long. Some of the highlights ...

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‘Persona 5’ Website Reveals Countdown Clock

‘Persona 5’ Website Reveals Countdown Clock

Fans of the Persona series have patiently been waiting for any news regarding a release date for the latest installment in the franchise: Persona 5. With E3 around the corner, many were expecting (and hoping) for a release date announcement from Atlus at the event. As it turns out, it ...

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The Best Anime of Winter 2016 (Part 2)

The Best Anime of Winter 2016 (Part 2)

For the first part of my Best of Winter Anime 2016 list click here. 5. Akagami no Shirayuki-hime (赤髪の白雪姫) (FUNimation) Akagami no Shirayuki-hime’s first cour was on my best of 2016 list, and after a season off it has returned, only proving itself to be one of the finest shoujo ...

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‘Lowriders’ Starring Eva Longoria to Open 2016 LA Film Festival

‘Lowriders’ Starring Eva Longoria to Open 2016 LA Film Festival

Just over two months away, Film Independent has announced the first feature that will playing at the upcoming LA Film Festival. Kicking off the fest will be Ricardo de Montreuil’s Lowriders. The film is “set against the vibrant backdrop of East LA’s near-spiritual car culture” and will “tell the story ...

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