Day 3 of the Best Of 2013 lists brings the writers here at HST… to music. What songs had you singing along this past year?Read more "HST… Best Music of 2013"
This Is the End is as fun a time as you are going to have at the theater this summer, don’t miss out on it.Read more "Film Review: This Is the End"
Harmony Korine’s latest is a wonderfully directed trip into debauchery, ignorance and insanity that has some biting social commentary to spare.Read more "Film Review: Spring Breakers"
Oz the Great and Powerful is a welcome return to the merry old land, even if it hits a couple “yellow brick potholes” along the way.Read more "Film Review: Oz the Great and Powerful"
In this week of rentals I found myself disappointed with many of this years “better” comedies, where two other films ending up where I expected them to be. If you’re considering renting The Alphabet Killer, Horrible Bosses, Your Highness, or Win Win then read my thoughts before making your choice this coming weekend.Read more "For Your Renting Pleasure"
Rise of the Planet of the Apes is one of the finest entries of the summer, features a phenomenal performance by Andy Serkis, and features some of the most impressive special effects integration from WETA yet.Read more "Film Review: Rise of the Planet of the Apes"
Your Highness is a solid fantasy film throwback that also happens to be quite funny as it lovingly sends up the genres heyday of the 80’s. I worded that opening pitch to emphasize that I think you should view this film as a throwback fantasy film first and a comedy a close second. That is […]Read more "Review: Your Highness"
Hearing the story of Aron Ralston may not be one of those memorable moments that you will remember for the rest of your life, as in the “Where were you when the Twin Towers fell?” sort of way, but I can definitely remember the shock with hints of nausea I felt when hearing that a […]Read more "Still Playing Review – 127 Hours"
127 Hours is an intense and inventive telling of Aron Ralston’s harrowing true story that Danny Boyle makes the most out of a rather limited film experience. Aron Ralston’s story is an unbelievable tale from the early 2000’s in which this adventurous mountain biker, hiker, outdoor kid is out on a hike when his arm […]Read more "Review: 127 Hours"