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[SXSW 2019] ‘Cobra Kai’ Season 2 Sweeps the Leg on Sophomore Slump (REVIEW)

YouTube Originals kicked SXSW audiences in the face with the premiere of the second season of original series Cobra Kai, as fans packed The Highball and were treated to the first two episodes of the new season, followed by an extensive Q&A with stars Ralph Macchio, William Zabka, and Martin Kove, and series creators/executive producers […]


[#Tribeca2018] Cobra Kai Teaser: Johnny’s ‘Bad Sensei’ is No Mr. Miyagi

With less than a month to go before Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) reignite a old rivalry from over thirty years ago in YouTube Red’s The Karate Kid continuation series Cobra Kai, we’re getting a look at “bad sensei” Johnny’s “teaching philosophy.” Let’s just say that Johnny’s sensei style is a […]

[Tribeca 2018] A Look at HBO’s Westworld Season 2 Red Carpet Event

With the Hosts ready to stake out their own declaration of independence from Delos Inc. by any means necessary beginning with Sunday night’s Season 2 premiere, HBO‘s Westworld held a special screening event on Thursday, April 19th at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Along with a screening of the second season (subtitled […]




Joe Pokaski cloak and dagger premiere 2018

[#SXSW 2018] Cloak and Dagger Red Carpet Interview: Showrunner Joe Pokaski

When it comes to adapting comic book-based material, there are a lot of challenges. These are iconic characters, and it’s all about not only getting someone who looks the part but also someone who can really inhabit the role. That gets even harder when you’re talking about young actors and young characters who don’t have […]








American Animals

[#SXSW 2018] American Animals: Barry Keoghan Red Carpet Interview

There are quite a few things that make American Animals a fun little movie to watch but one of them is the sharp right turn it makes about halfway through the movie. Barry Keoghan, making a much bigger name for himself this year for his supporting roles in The Killing of Sacred Deer and Dunkirk, […]

Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival

Technology with a Soul: The 2018 Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival

The 6th annual Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival is right around the corner, and the event’s list of featured films, series and guests is incredibly impressive. Set to begin on February 23rd and run ’til the 25th, there will be screenings in the boroughs of Manhattan and Queens, NY. The Philip K. Dick […]

MoviePass Announces MoviePass Ventures to Acquire, Distribute Films

In what seems like an altered version of the old cliche, “…but what I really want to do is direct,” MoviePass is looking to go from offering you discounted tickets for the movies you want to see to – hopefully – giving you the movies you want to see directly. Looking to make a big […]

USA to Debut Tupac/Biggie Series ‘Unsolved’ at Sundance Film Festival

USA Network is treating attendees at next month’s Sundance Film Festival to a special preview of their new true-crime anthology series Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G. Though not set to premiere until February 27, 2018, Deadline: Hollywood is reporting exclusively that the network will present clips and a panel during the Park City, […]