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Review: “Personal Shopper”

Olivier Assayas’s latest film once again stars the criminally underrated  Kristen Stewart.  But while “Clouds of Sils Maria” fit neatly into the drama category, “Personal Shopper” is far more ambiguous. Perhaps the easiest way to sum it up is a gothic drama about a young woman who feels trapped between the living and the dead. [...]

By |March 24th, 2017|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments

Special Early Screening – “Smurfs: The Lost Village” (Multiple Cities)

You and your family can check out the special sneak previews of SMURFS: THE LOST VILLAGE taking place Saturday, March 25th at theaters across the country. Grab your tickets HERE and be sure to Follow us on Facebook for the all the latest free advanced screenings! (Be sure to set the date for March 25th [...]

“CARS 3” Fuels up for Nationwide Tour

DISNEY·PIXAR’S “CARS 3” FUELS UP FOR NATIONWIDE TOUR Road to the Races Takes Off March 23, 2017 BURBANK, Calif. (March 21, 2017) -- Disney•Pixar’s “Cars 3” is hitting the road this month with Road to the Races, a nationwide tour inviting fans of #95 to gear up for the upcoming big-screen release. Life-size, character look-alikes [...]

By |March 24th, 2017|News & Articles|0 Comments

360° Interview with the Writer and Cast of “Car Dogs”

Just prior to the AZ Premier of "Car Dogs" we had a chance to sit down and chat with the writer and cast of "Car Dogs"  Joining us at this round-table interview were Gini Koch from Slice of Sci-Fi and Angel Colageo from Skewed & Reviewed. In the 360 video below, sit at the table [...]

By |March 24th, 2017|Interviews, News & Articles|0 Comments

Interview: Adam Collis shares his experiences making the AZ film “CAR DOGS”

We recently sat down with Adam Collis, Director and Producer of the upcoming Arizona film "Car Dogs"   What makes this film special, besides being filmed entirely in Arizona, is that it was made in partnership with the Arizona State University Spark Program.  This program utilized a number of ASU students and interns in the [...]

By |March 18th, 2017|Interviews|0 Comments

Review: “The Belko Experiment”

Guest Writer: Ben Cahlamer Imagine being locked in a building with 79 of your other co-workers, ordered by a voice on a PA system to kill your co-workers.  Much like deer hunting season, the employee with the most kills, wins.  “Survival of the fittest” doesn’t even begin to describe Greg McLean’s black comedy/horror film, The Belko [...]

By |March 17th, 2017|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments

Programming Director for the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival

What is a film festival like? How do the films get selected? Do the actors and directors ever show up? Is there enough variety? Programming Director for the IHSFF, Monte Yazzie, fills us in on what to expect at one of the premier events in Phoenix, running April 6th through 13th! PLUS, we have a [...]

By |March 17th, 2017|Interviews|0 Comments

Enter to Win a Pair of FLEX PASSES for the 2017 Phoenix Film Festival

Enter to win a pair of FLEX Passes ($80 value) for the 2017 Phoenix Film Festival! Good for April 7th through 12th, 2017 Harkins Scottsdale 101  Winners can choose FOUR showings (excluding the Opening and Closing Nights) that they and a guest would like to attend. For a complete film listing visit the 2017 Phoenix Film [...]

By |March 17th, 2017|Arizona, Giveaways, Screenings|0 Comments

Special FREE Screening of Hitchcock’s “PSYCHO” (Phx)

Grab your FREE passes to see a special presentation of PSYCHO Wednesday, March 22nd Harkins Shea 14 Scottsdale, AZ 7pm http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2871985 "Best of Phoenix" local author Tom Leveen partners with the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival to bring a free screening of Alfred Hitchcock's PSYCHO to Harkins Shea 14 Theatre! The screening is being [...]

By |March 16th, 2017|Arizona, Screenings|0 Comments

Review: “KONG:Skull Island”

With each monster movie reboot over the last few decades, Hollywood seems to have drifted further and further from what made the classics so memorable.  They were fun!  Sure, the original “Gojira” was just as much a political commentary as it was a monster mash, but it still delivered on the fun.   What the subsequent [...]

By |March 10th, 2017|Movie Reviews, Reviews|0 Comments