Archive for 2012

It is a movie without cynicism. A ridiculous and amazing film that asks you to suspend disbelief and fall into a sepia dream. FIELD OF DREAMS plays like a lost Capra film and, though I hate to sound cliche, it is a movie that reminds us why we all love movies.

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DOCTOR WHO is back with the annual Christmas Special and the Doctor has some new and old friends standing by his side. Before you get snowed into this review, remember… spoilers. So if you haven’t seen “The Snowmen” yet, either wait for it to come on the idiots lantern again or find a way to […]

An uplifting and hilarious testament to the magic of Christmas and the holiday season — ELF sat on the naughty list for nearly a decade before Jon Favreau finally brought this wonderful fish out of water fable to the big screen with Will Ferrell in the title role. Surrounding Ferrell — in his first lead […]

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The Holiday season can mean a lot of things. It can mean candy canes, Christmas trees, stockings, snowmen, sledding, and hot chocolate. It can mean family time, ham dinners, company Christmas parties, and warm fire places. Most importantly, it means movie time. Whether it is the upcoming movie releases we look forward to on Christmas […]

The best Star Trek movie ever made (sorry JJ), STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN would have never happened had it not been for Paramount’s decision to wrestle away control of the franchise from it’s creator, Gene Roddenberry, who would barely hang on as an allegedly “trouble-making” consultant. The reason behind the power play? […]

The movie 300 was quite likely one of the most remarkable movies of 2006 because of the techniques used while filming. The film, in an effort to replicate the feel of Frank Miller’s comic book, made use of a super-imposition chroma key technique, and while the film did garner praise for its visuals, it was […]

A glorious send-up of the whodunnit genre with ties to the popular board game of the same name, CLUE miraculously failed at the box office and in the eyes of critics when it debuted in 1985 but owes it’s immortality to a cult audience that found the movie on video, cable, and later on DVD.. […]

Every week, we’ll take a look at the biggest stories in entertainment news and present them to you here in THE WEEKLY WIND-UP PODCAST. That’s right, your choice for sound clips is filling you in on all the entertainment news you need every week with a quick-podcast that you can take with you and listen […]