Win Tickets to an Advance Screening of “The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare”
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by Mike Gencarelli
1d ago
MIAMI http://www.lionsgatescreenings.com/loUJt12321 TAMPA https://lionsgatescreenings.com/jIAtD79859 ORLANDO https://lionsgatescreenings.com/PAHmV02194 Based upon recently declassified files of the British War Department and inspired by true events, THE MINISTRY OF UNGENTLEMANLY WARFARE is an action-comedy that tells the story of the first-ever special forces organization formed during WWII by UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill and a small group of military officials including author Ian Fleming. The top-secret combat unit, composed of a motley crew of rogues and mavericks, goes on ..read more
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Enter to Win a Digital Code for “Lisa Frankenstein”
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by Mike Gencarelli
1d ago
To celebrate the digital release for LISA FRANKENSTEIN, Media Mikes would like to give our fans a chance to win a digital copy of the film. If you want a chance to win, please SUBSCRIBE to us on YouTube, click here and tell us what is your favorite Frankenstein adaptation is in a comment below. This giveaway will remain open until April 19th at Noon, Eastern Time. This is open to our readers in US only. One entry per person, per household. All other entries will be considered invalid. Media Mikes will randomly select winners. Winners will be alerted via emai ..read more
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Grapefruit: Season I & Season II Book Review
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by Jimmy Samsonite
1d ago
Grapefruit: Season II – The Wrath of Chaos & Confusion recently came out, which is a continuation of the previous story from Grapefruit: Season I – The Wrath of Love. In Grapefruit: Season I, the hero character Virtuous takes on a handful of tasks in order to win over the respect of King Vincent, who is the King of Milford Sound. Virtuous wanted to do it because if she performed well, she would be able to be in a romantic relationship with his son, Prince Victor. She was doing well with all the past challenges, such as fighting the evil witch Immoral’s minions, Dark Fiends, an evil troll ..read more
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Panic Fest Film Review: “Cannibal Mukbang”
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by Jeremy Werner
2d ago
Starring: April Consalo, Nate Wise and Clay von Carlowitz Directed by: Aimee Kuge Rated: NR Running Time: 104 minutes Our Score: 4 out of 5 Stars Have you ever seen a film title and it’s way too good to be true? My first thoughts are “Snakes on a Plane” or “The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot.” So, when I saw “Cannibal Mukbang,” I thought, “Here we go. Another film that’s more title than anything.” Welp. “Cannibal Mukbang” is a genre roller coaster that not only pays off, but makes the title seem tame compared to what happens in the film. When we first meet Mark (Nate Wise), he’s lo ..read more
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Panic Fest Film Review: “Infested”
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by Jeremy Werner
3d ago
Starring: Theo Christine, Sofia Lesaffre and Jerome Niel Directed by: Sebastien Vanicek Rated: NR Running Time: 106 minutes Shudder Our Score: 4 out of 5 Stars It’s interesting that Panic Fest 2024 is bookended by spider movies. The first being “Sting,” a fun B-movie about an adorable spider that gets bigger and bigger, while menacing an apartment complex. The second is almost a shade similar, but first you need to take out the B-movie fun and replace it with midnight terror. As for the adorable spider, go ahead and replace that with terrifying spiders that come in all shapes and sizes. Now yo ..read more
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Panic Fest Film Review: “Boy Kills World”
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by Jeremy Werner
3d ago
Starring: Bill Skarsgard, Famke Jannsen and Jessica Rothe Directed by: Rated: R Running Time: 111 minutes Roadside Attraction/Lionsgate Our Score: 3.5 out of 5 Stars It’s very hard to pull off an action comedy that’s been punched up with different genres like sci-fi and horror. It’s definitely possible, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost basically pulled it off three times. But there are other films that pull it off by going balls to wall with bone crunching kung-fu fighting, deranged, yet hilarious violence, and creating a world of Looney Toons absurdism. Those are films like “Boy Kills World.” Boy (B ..read more
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Panic Fest Film Review: “Sting”
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by Jeremy Werner
3d ago
Starring: Ryan Corr, Alyla Browne and Penelope Mitchell Directed by: Kiah Roche-Turner Rated: R Running Time: 91 minutes Well Go USA Entertainment Our Score: 3.5 out of 5 Stars Very few times can I describe a film with these words: heart-warming, funny and skin crawling. “Sting” is the story of a peculiar preteen girl, Charlotte (Alyla Browne) who makes friends with a spider, at least what we think is a spider. You see, on a snowy, icy night in New York City, a tiny meteorite smashes through a window at an apartment complex. The rock cracks open, revealing the dime sized spider that quickly ma ..read more
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Theater Review: “Clue – A New Comedy”
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by Dan Lybarger
3d ago
CLUE – A New Comedy The Kauffman Center, Kansas City, Missouri April 2, 2024   Last week audiences at the Kaufman Center for the Performing Arts in Kansas City learned the answer to a mystery: Could the laughs from Jonathan Lynn’s 1985 movie adaptation of the game Clue work on stage?   It didn’t take Sherlock Holmes, Jessica Marple or even Beniot Blanc to know the answer was yes. Because Lynn’s movie had a single location and was set in roughly real time, it didn’t take much effort for Sandy Rustin, Hunter Foster and Eric Prince to make the tale work in another medium ..read more
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Film Review: “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire”
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by Michael D. Smith
3d ago
GODZZILLA x KONG: THE NEW EMPIRE Starring: Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry Directed by: Adam Wingard Rating: PG-13 Running Time: 3 hrs 25 mins Warner Bros.   This will date me, but when I was in grade school the teachers would sometimes give us a free Friday afternoon by showing us black and white films on a 35 mm projector. And sometimes, those films involved Godzilla, which everyone found mesmerizing even though the special effects were cheesy by today’s standards. My fascination with mega monster movies continues to this day. It was reenergized by the 2014 film “Godzilla,” which con ..read more
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Film Review: “Civil War”
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by Michael D. Smith
3d ago
  CIVIL WAR Starring: Kirsten Dunst, Wagner Moura Directed by: Alex Garland Rating: R Running Time: 1 hr 49 mins A24   In a time when America is more divided politically since before the 20th century, the near dystopian future of “Civil War” seems like an all too scary proposition of a possible reality. However, the film’s brilliance is derived from largely staying away from the weeds of political discourse and instead focuses on the impact the story’s bloody conflict has on the people – specifically the journalists who try to cover it. With brilliant cinematography, “Civil War” c ..read more
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