‘HAPPY DEATH DAY’, and other sugary sweet horror films

October 13th, 2017 | Film Stories | 0 Comment

James Cole Clay // Film Critic HAPPY DEATH DAY is simple: It's GROUNDHOG DAY with a slasher-film twist. It's just the kind of movie that has enough sugar to skate by on an entertaining trip to the movies. It's the type of horror PG-13 films dream of, not too risqué for the teens, but not silly enough to chase the adults away. The Universal horror film is out today in theaters nationwide and had a really fabulous trailer that had all the gimmicks and none of ...


Tide for Netflix’s original films is beginning to change for the better

October 4th, 2017 | Film Stories, Opinion | 0 Comment

James Cole Clay // Film Critic Netflix before 2017 Keeping up with Netflix is impossible. There is simply too much to delve into, and that has always rendered me paralyzed with choice. This isn’t a good problem to have. Despite the streaming conglomerate giving a diverse array of filmmakers and creatives a chance, the quality seems to be lacking in some spaces, mainly in the their original film department. Sure, STRANGER THINGS and ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, ...


A24’s fall movie slate – a look at cinema’s most unique distributor

August 17th, 2017 | Film Stories, Movie News, Trailers | 0 Comment

Preston Barta // Editor From the hellish underground world of the Big Apple to a movie set run by an eccentric man with an obscure vision, A24 continues to chisel their way into the cinematic time capsule with their unique film repertoire. If their earlier titles such as last year’s Academy Award-winning MOONLIGHT or this year’s A GHOST STORY didn’t make an impression, just wait until you see what the film distribution company has in store for us this ...