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Admittedly, my opinion of Richard Stanley’s new film “Color Out of Space” may be skewed by my admiration for the source material.

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As a kid growing up in the 1970s, World War II cues were virtually ubiquitous.

Over Christmas break I went to see “Little Women.” It was based on the book by Louisa May Alcott. I just want to clarify that I’ve never actually read the book, even though I would like to. The book is loosely based on Alcott’s own life, although there are significant differences.

First, there are those 10 words in blue static text — the 10 words we all know as intimately as “once upon a time.” Then, John Williams’ “Main Title Theme” bursts out of the darkness, announcing the beginning of another chapter in the ongoing saga. The opening crawl — a signature device of e…

In 2019, the Walt Disney Company and Marvel Studios continued to wield the Infinity Gauntlet to collect an obscene amount of box office revenue. Released April 26, “Avengers: Endgame” effectively brought Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a conclusion. To date, the film’s domest…

Although “Frozen” wasn’t my daughter’s first Disney princess movie, it arrived in theaters at just the right moment in her childhood to have a significant impact.

I imagine modern playwrights have as much envy as admiration for William Shakespeare. Every dramatist since must look upon his body of work with as much veneration as jealousy. Here we are 400 years after the Bard of Avon’s death, and his plays continue to be studied, analyzed, interpreted a…

It’s the most spooktacular week of the year, and — if you’re anything like me — you’re in the mood for some macabre movies to mark Halloween 2019. Fortunately for horror film aficionados, this has been a banner year for bloodcurdling fare.

On a weekend that sent most reviewers to movie theaters eager to praise or pan a psychological thriller about a mentally ill stand-up comedian, Netflix debuted “In the Tall Grass,” a Canadian horror film based on a 2012 novella by Stephen King and Joe Hill.

CLEARWATER — The cult classic movie “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” will be screened Saturday, Oct. 19, midnight, at the Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre, 405 Cleveland St., Clearwater. General admission tickets are priced at $5. General admission tickets priced at $9 are also avail…

Have you ever wondered if creatures like the Loch Ness monster, Bigfoot, or the Yeti exist?

If you’re wondering if the film “Downton Abbey” will make sense even if you haven’t finished watching the television series of the same name, I can answer that: yes and no.

“Tall Girl,” directed by Nzingha Stewart, isn’t your typical high school movie. When you watch it, you’ll see why. The film premiered Sept. 13 on Netflix.

“Carnival Row,” a series set in an invented Victorian fantasy world populated by both humans as well as races of beings derived from mythology, premiered on Amazon Prime Aug. 30.

RLJE Films recently acquired U.S. rights to the highly-anticipated horror/sci-fi “Color Out of Space” in a low-mid seven figure deal ahead of its world premiere at Midnight Madness at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival.

Anyone who had children born after the turn of the century probably has extensive experience with Dora, a 7-year-old Latina girl, her anthropomorphic monkey Boots and her talking backpack.

Last month, an unorthodox comedy appeared in a handful of movie theaters across the country. The closest it got to the Tampa Bay area was a limited engagement at Barnstorm Theater in The Villages and at the Bill Cosford Cinema, a single-screen, art-house cinema serving the University of Miam…

Let’s get this out of the way: It’s virtually impossible to analyze “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” without revealing significant plot points. If you haven’t seen the film and you don’t enjoy a big bowl of frosted spoilers with your morning coffee, please set this review aside and return to …

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