The film adaptation of M.R. Carey's best-selling novel arrives on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD April 25, 2017 (and is currently available On Demand). Glenn Close, Gemma Arterton, and Paddy Considine star in the post-apocalyptic zombie film. Special features include a featurette titled "Unwrap the Secret World of The Girl with All the Gifts". *Image… Continue reading The Girl with All the Gifts Coming Soon!
I've covered Shiness on my blog before, and with each new announcement, I become more enchanted with this gem of a game and am constantly in awe of its beauty. The new trailer shows off stunning locations, the gorgeous art direction, the combat mechanics, and also introduces us to the cast of characters. Shiness will… Continue reading Shiness: The Lightning Kingdom Debuts A Stunning Overview Trailer
What an incredible film (that I'm cursing my parents and other authority figures for not telling me about when I was a child). The Last Unicorn follows a unicorn (voiced by Mia Farrow) who learns she's the last of her kind. She refuses to believe this, so she sets out on a journey to find… Continue reading The Last Unicorn (1982) Film Review | 365 Day Film Challenge – Day 73
Annie Hall is widely considered to be Woody Allen's best film, and I have to agree thus far in my journey through his filmography. Annie Hall is about a neurotic comedian named Alvy Singer (Allen himself) and his relationship with aspiring night club singer Annie Hall (Diane Keaton). This film capture the ups and downs… Continue reading Annie Hall (1977) Film Review | 365 Day Film Challenge – Day 72
The brand-new game from the creator of Alone in the Dark is a stealth-horror game that centers on a detective who is investigating a rash of child abductions. After his wife and children are also taken, things become personal. The art style of the game looks beautiful, and I'm sure I'll be scared to death… Continue reading 2Dark Looks Like An Amazingly Spooky Time
I absolutely loved the first novel of the Amethysta trilogy. The story follows Princess Amethysta, who is the only heir of the King and Queen of Vataenya, and must learn how to be a proper successor to the throne while also dealing with being a teenager. Oh, and having magical powers on top of the… Continue reading Throne of Lies by Sara Secora – Book Review
The Oscar-nominated film Lion, based on an extraordinary true story, is arriving on Digital HD March 7, and will be available to purchase on Blu-ray, DVD, and On Demand March 21. Lion follows the life of Saroo Brierly (portrayed by Sunny Pawar and Dev Patel), as he finds himself separated from his family as a young boy,… Continue reading Lion Arriving On Blu-ray/DVD Soon!
Beginners is a semi-autobiographical film based on director Mike Mills' father and life. The movie follows Oliver (Ewan McGregor), who receives two gut punches at the same time: 1.) His elderly father (Christopher Plummer) comes out to him and reveals he has a young boyfriend and 2.) his father also has terminal cancer. Oliver must… Continue reading Beginners (2010) Film Review | 365 Day Film Challenge – Day 71
Guillermo del Toro's and DreamWorks' acclaimed animated show Trollhunters has just been renewed for a second season, which will contain thirteen episodes and debut later this year exclusively on Netflix. The second season will focus on Jim (voiced by the late Anton Yelchin) delving further into the Troll universe to engage the leader of the Darklands… Continue reading Trollhunters Renewed for a Second Season!
Obvious Child is a brave film that discusses a controversial topic in a respectful, educated light, and Gillian Robespierre should be commended for her delicate yet powerful directorial touch. Donna (Jenny Slate) is an aspiring comedienne who finds herself suddenly single after her boyfriend cheats on her, unemployed from the job she's held for years,… Continue reading Obvious Child (2014) Film Review | 365 Day Film Challenge – Day 70