Sometime during your spree of 10 Star Wars: The Force Awakens viewings this weekend, consider being a force for good by seeing Sisters. Sisters equals happiness, which is the opposite of anger. And we all know what anger is on the path to.Read more "Film Review: Sisters"
Inside Out has received overwhelming praise, but how does the film stack up against the best Pixar films? Grant and Zac discuss.Read more "Is Inside Out Receiving Too Much Praise?"
Inside Out is another gem from Pixar; a funny, heartfelt, and brilliant idea that’s perfectly executed, but its predictability keeps it from the upper echelon of the studio’s best.Read more "Film Review: Inside Out"
Richard Kelly’s second feature, Southland Tales, is by no means flawless, but its ideas have never been more timely and the legion of Donnie Darko fans should be out there supporting it like they do that film.Read more "Why Didn’t You See Southland Tales?"
The Super Bowl is a time when fans of all teams can get together, cook up some food, and watch two teams beat the crap out of each other. And in between, we all watch and see how the million dollar commercials came out. And 2013’s commercials were all over the place, so Alan and […]Read more "Best & Worst Super Bowl XLVII Commercials"
Day three of the Best Of lists is upon us, bringing about our thoughts on the best and worst of what TV brought us this past year. Some shows returned stronger than ever, others stumbled slightly, all the while new shows fought the ratings to deserve respectable seasons. Through it all, the one thing that […]Read more "HST…Best TV of 2012"
David Wain’s – Wet Hot American Summer (2001) Released under the radar and still no more than a cult following today, David Wain’s feature debut is a silly, absurd, insane, and bizarre film that pokes fun at cliché through the world of a Jewish summer camp that is about to end it’s summer run and […]Read more "The Decade’s Best – Wet Hot American Summer (2001)"
Tina Fey’s second effort at writing for the big screen is a fairly successful comedy, that doesn’t live up to her comedy chops on 30 Rock. Directed by Michael McCullers, Baby Mama follows the story of Kate Holbrook (Fey), a hard working 30 something that has never had time for a child or family as […]Read more "Review: Baby Mama"