The “Tremors” franchise graduated from being five movies too long to being six movies too long on Oct. 20, 2020. Some might disagree and say that it’s now seven movies too long, but I’ll give the original 1990 film some wiggle room (pun intended).
On the surface, it might seem simple: a movie about an obviously foreign man with a thick accent, a complete lack of understanding of American culture, and a humorously oblivious disposition. But is there more to “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” than this derogatory stereotype of a character?
Eighty years after the original film by Alfred Hitchcock, director Ben Wheatley released his version of the classic “Rebecca” on Netflix.
Maintaining a subscription with a streaming service can be hard, especially when you’re trying to save money. Fear not – your prayers might just be answered with a free streaming service.
Halloween is certainly a busy time for streaming services like Netflix, as the company has already churned out several horror movies this October. On Oct. 22, Norwegian filmmaker Jarand Herdal’s “Cadaver” was unleashed, and it was pretty much just as bad as the other films Netflix has spat at us recently.
Radha Blank played herself in her debut film, “The 40-Year-Old Version,” which was released to Netflix on Oct. 9.
The main problem with “Hubie Halloween” is that you’ve already seen it before. It’s a reincarnation of 2000s comedy – those cheesy, cliché movies that are generic enough to rake up a profit.
It’s the time of the year again where we intentionally seek out anxiety- and stress-driven movies as if we didn’t have enough stress to begin with.
A love of music and passion for people drive Wartburg professor Dr. Karen Black.
“I don’t think I teach music,” Hancock said. “You’ll discover that what I’m teaching you is about life, not about music.”