Day: December 1, 2015

  • ‘Krampus’ director paints the holidays with fright

    ‘Krampus’ director paints the holidays with fright

    Krampus writer-director Michael Dougherty has long taken an interest in the delightfully dark and subversive.  From his breakout feature, 2007’s “Trick ’r Treat,” which began as a small release and has grown to attract a rabid cult following, to his unexpected research into the origins of the winter solstice, the filmmaker has discovered that the […]

  • ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ stars future Spider-Man Tom Holland

    ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ stars future Spider-Man Tom Holland

    Before debuting on next year’s “Captain America: Civil War” as Peter Parker a.k.a. Spider-Man, young actor Tom Holland makes a splash in Warner Bros.’ new action-adventure In the Heart of the Sea. Oscar winner Ron Howard directs “In the Heart of the Sea,” based on Nathaniel Philbrick’s best-selling book about the dramatic true journey of […]

  • Sylvester Stallone reprises most iconic role as Rocky Balboa in ‘Creed’

    Sylvester Stallone reprises most iconic role as Rocky Balboa in ‘Creed’

    For the seventh time in his illustrious career, Sylvester Stallone portrays his most iconic role of boxing legend Rocky Balboa, in Warner Bros. Pictures’ Creed which explores a new chapter in the “Rocky” story, now focusing on Adonis, the son of Apollo Creed, Rocky’s late best friend. Adonis (Michael B. Jordan) never knew his famous […]

  • WATCH: New trailer of ‘The Finest Hours’ comes to the rescue

    WATCH: New trailer of ‘The Finest Hours’ comes to the rescue

    The new trailer of Walt Disney Pictures’ The Finest Hours starring Chris Pine has just been released and may viewed below. A heroic action-thriller, “The Finest Hours” is based on the extraordinary true story of the greatest small boat rescue in Coast Guard history. Presented in Digital 3D™, the film transports audiences to the heart […]

  • MOVIE REVIEW: Angela Markado (2015)

    MOVIE REVIEW: Angela Markado (2015)

    Angela Markado is a confused, lowly incompetent if not entirely, disrespectful remake of a Lino Brocka classic. Its marketing boasts the name of the National Artist, together with the Hilda Koronel-starrer having received the prestigious grand prix award in France at the Nantes Film Festival in 1983, only to appear as a misleading note on the invites to the premiere […]