At Theaters
Liam Neeson started it. Now, Sean Penn takes a crack at being a “geri-action hero” in “The Gunman.” Sorry, but it didn’t work out too well. Maybe it was Jim […]

Movie Review: The Gunman

Liam Neeson started it. Now, Sean Penn takes a crack at being a “geri-action hero” in “The Gunman.” Sorry, but it didn’t work out too well. Maybe it was Jim […]

Do not fear this Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. It’s not about history or disease or religion. “Wild Tales” is an anthology film, a gut-busting satire with six […]

Movie Review: Wild Tales (Relatos Salvajes)

Do not fear this Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film. It’s not about history or disease or religion. “Wild Tales” is an anthology film, a gut-busting satire with six […]

Turn back the clock on filmmaking and get ready to be charmed by “Cinderella.” Director Kenneth Branagh has outdone himself with this outstanding live-action version of the 1950 Disney animated […]

Movie Review: Cinderella

Turn back the clock on filmmaking and get ready to be charmed by “Cinderella.” Director Kenneth Branagh has outdone himself with this outstanding live-action version of the 1950 Disney animated […]

Hollywood@Home
An animated film should entertain kids, while at the same time, appeal to adults. Frequently, adults are left out of the equation. And, sometimes the action is so frenetic, that […]

Hollywood@Home: Penguins of Madagascar

An animated film should entertain kids, while at the same time, appeal to adults. Frequently, adults are left out of the equation. And, sometimes the action is so frenetic, that […]

Anyone who went to Sunday school more than a few times will know that “Exodus: Gods and Kings” is not all that faithful to the second book of the Old […]

Hollywood@Home: Exodus-Gods and Kings

Anyone who went to Sunday school more than a few times will know that “Exodus: Gods and Kings” is not all that faithful to the second book of the Old […]

Billed in 1972 as “Positively the most horrifying film ever made” and “the first film rated ‘V’ for Violence,” “Mark of the Devil” is, indeed, quite shocking, even by today’s standards. […]

Hollywood@Home: Mark of the Devil (Hexen bis aufs Blut gequalt)

Billed in 1972 as “Positively the most horrifying film ever made” and “the first film rated ‘V’ for Violence,” “Mark of the Devil” is, indeed, quite shocking, even by today’s standards. […]

Interviews
How far would you go to get a good scare this Halloween? Are you willing to pursue the ultimate haunt? Haunted houses are the subject of a new film called […]

Interview: The Houses October Built

How far would you go to get a good scare this Halloween? Are you willing to pursue the ultimate haunt? Haunted houses are the subject of a new film called […]

                    Wow!  Did I ever have fun in Austin interviewing Director Robert Rodriguez, Actor Danny Trejo and the beautiful Alexa Vega […]

Interview: Machete Kills (Robert Rodriguez, Danny Trejo and Alexa Vega)

                    Wow!  Did I ever have fun in Austin interviewing Director Robert Rodriguez, Actor Danny Trejo and the beautiful Alexa Vega […]

Film critics Paul Chambers and Frank Swietek mark the passing of British Journalist David Frost with this short discussion on Ron Howard’s film, “Frost/Nixon.”

Movietalk: Remembering David Frost and Frost/Nixon

Film critics Paul Chambers and Frank Swietek mark the passing of British Journalist David Frost with this short discussion on Ron Howard’s film, “Frost/Nixon.”