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Interview: Elijah Wood and Celyn Jones Talk Set Fire to the Stars

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 30 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview Elijah Wood and Celyn Jones Talk Set Fire to the Stars

Seeking guidance and support from a mentor who you have long admired is often a beneficial and critical way for many people to achieve their goals and success in their lives. But when their advice, personality and behavior unexpectedly fails to live up to your expectations, the work they accomplished that you have long admired unfortunately begins to lose its appeal and acclaim. That emotional struggle of contending with losing respect for your hero, particularly when they have heavily influenced your career and beliefs, is grippingly chronicled in the biographical drama, ‘Set Fire to the Stars.’ The film, which is now available on Blu-ray and DVD, and was helmed by  [ Read More ]

Categories: DVD NEWS, INTERVIEWS, MOVIES
Watch Political Commentators Become the Best of Enemies in Exclusive TV Spot

Having the ability to quickly indulge your every thought, opinions and desire to a national audience is a luxury many people take advantage of in modern society, particularly through the excessive use of social media and cable networks. Bbeing able to continuously revel in that luxury wasn’t a capability that most people were able to appreciate in the late 1960s, before the launch of the internet and cable television. But that limitation was quickly rebuffed with two distinct political commentators, Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley, who infamously debated that their opposing views on society were catastrophic for America. To showcase those notorious arguments between the political analysts of the  [ Read More ]

Categories: MOVIES, NEWS, VIDEO
Interview Claudia Traisac Talks Escobar Paradise Lost (Exclusive)

Criminals are often harrowingly perceived to be dangerous people who would ruthlessly do whatever it takes to defeat their enemies, obtain power and indulge their every corrupt desire. But once the public begins to delve into their private lives, in an effort to better understand why they make the decisions they do, the world begins to understand that these mobsters often feel that they’re not completely morally corrupt, as family is the most sacred thing to them. That powerful insight is grippingly presented in the thriller ‘Escobar: Paradise Lost,’ which marks the feature film writing and directorial debuts of actor Andrea Di Stefano. The drama emphasizes that the real-life title  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES
Have Faith Venom Top

While the summer may be quickly approaching it’s mid-point, women still have plenty of time to enjoy the most entertaining season of the year. Women can continue celebrating the warm weather on the beach and in the pool in Have Faith Swimgerie’s signature bikinis, which have received big discounts in the brand’s massive mix-and-match sale. The season’s hottest tops and bottoms are being sold separately in the company’s new promotion. One popular piece to be included in the mix-and-match sale is the Denim High Waist Bottom, which is now being marketed for $24.50. The bottom is available in sizes extra-small, small, medium, large and extra-large. Have Faith Swimgerie is also  [ Read More ]

Categories: FASHION, HERS

Interview: Christina Elmore Talks The Last Ship (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 27 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Christina Elmore Talks The Last Ship (Exclusive)

Sometimes the perfect way to serve the best interest of the world’s population is to remain isolated from the problems that are plaguing the public, so that you’re not emotionally influenced by the way the dilemma is impacting the people around you. That morally debated issue is once again being intriguingly explored in the current second season of TNT’s sci-fi action series, ‘The Last Ship.’ Up-and-coming actress Christina Elmore plays a lieutenant on the post-apocalyptic show, which is based on the acclaimed 1988 novel of the same name by William Brinkley, and powerfully explores how a confined Navy crew is diligently striving to cure a deadly global pandemic. Elmore, who  [ Read More ]

Interview: Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville Talk Best of Enemies (Exclusive)

It’s not often when people are able to completely and devotedly immerse themselves in their biggest passions for both their personal enjoyment and professional gratification. But when they truly are able to indulge themselves in their strongest cultural affections, and reflect on how the views that oppose their own are impacting society, often times they’ll find fulfillment in expressing their own ideas to humanity. That personal contentment is powerfully showcased in the upcoming political documentary, ‘Best of Enemies,’ which was co-written, directed and produced by friends and occasional collaborators, Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville. The film, which is set to be released in theaters on July 31, allowed the filmmakers  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES

Interview: Joe Dante Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 26 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Joe Dante Talks Burying the Ex (Exclusive)

Struggling to move on from a painful breakup can be a challenging task that people often have difficulty with, as they naturally and uncontrollably sentimentalize the seemingly better parts of their relationship. Even when they eventually accept the fact they have to move on and form more positive and meaningful connections, burying the past can still prove to be a challenge. That internal struggle is enthrallingly presented in director Joe Dante’s horror comedy, ‘Burying the Ex,’ in which the relatable protagonist, Max, tries move on from his recently ended romantic relationship. The independent movie, which was released in theaters and on VOD and iTunes last month, and will be released  [ Read More ]

Steve Benjamins’ Sightlines EP Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 26 - 2015 0 Comment
Steve Benjamins' Sightlines EP Review

Artist: Steve Benjamins EP: Sightlines Insightfully realizing, and maturely embracing, that life regularly and organically changes with every connection you form is a gripping and entrancing journey that people often take as their relationships guide their views and emotions. That instinctive and natural reflection and understanding on how life’s most important external forces, most notably intimate bonds, is entrancingly chronicled in ‘Sightlines,’ the relatable and entrancing third EP from singer-songwriter, Steve Benjamins. The Toronto-based musician captivatingly chronicles the importance of accepting when to embrace change, as well as the need to be grounded when connections evolve, in his latest downtempo-indie pop album. The EP entrancingly begins with its fascinating title  [ Read More ]

Categories: MUSIC, MUSIC REVIEWS, REVIEWS
Staten Island Summer-Cast and Crew

Eagerly anticipating the seemingly positive personal and professional changes that are sure to come next in your life, while also affectionately holding onto the meaningful relationships and experiences that have influenced your emotions and ideas, can be an equally sentimental and difficult process. But having the maturity and intelligence to realize that just because your circumstances will always naturally be evolving doesn’t take away from the meaning in your connections and the things you have already accomplished. That powerful realization is captivatingly and amusingly showcased in the new comedy, Staten Island Summer, which is a relatable coming-of-age exploration into how both teens and adults truly accept their maturity, as they  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES

Interview: Djimon Hounsou Talks The Vatican Tapes (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 24 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Djimon Hounsou Talks The Vatican Tapes (Exclusive)

People often demand to know the entire truth behind every situation that affects their lives and futures, but there can be such evil in life that it’s often best to keep the potential catastrophe hidden from the general public. That determination to protect and save innocent human life as much as possible from an unrelenting tragedy is captivatingly explored in the new independent horror thriller, ‘The Vatican Tapes.’ The film, which opens today in theaters, and was directed by Mark Neveldine, features actor Djimon Hounsou as a dedicated vicar who’s working in the Vatican. The religious man devotedly protects the world’s population from severe devastation by guarding, and monitoring, the  [ Read More ]

Ryan Reynolds Gets into the Mississippi Grind in Drama's Trailer and Poster

Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn‘s luck is unexpectedly starting to improve in the newly released poster and trailer for their upcoming drama, ‘Mississippi Grind.’ The assets for the film were unveiled by its distributor, A24, which will distribute the movie in theaters on September 25, and on DirecTV on August 13. ‘Mississippi Grind’ was written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. The duo previously penned and helmed several other films together, including the features ‘It’s Kind of a Funny Story‘ and ‘Sugar,’ as well as the documentary ‘Young Rebels.’ Besides Reynolds and Mendelsohn, the drama also stars Sienna Miller, Analeigh Tipton, Robin Weigert and Alfre Woodard. The following  [ Read More ]

Categories: Drama, MOVIES, NEWS, POSTERS, VIDEO

Interview: Kris Swanberg Talks Unexpected (Exclusive)

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 20 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Kris Swanberg Talks Unexpected (Exclusive)

Pregnancy is often impractically imagined as either the worst possible outcome in a person’s life, or showcased in extreme situations that don’t truly relate to how people feel and act when they learn they’re becoming a parent, especially for the first time, in movies. While male filmmakers typically create these types of movies to reflect how society perceives how people, particularly men, actually feel about pregnancy, there aren’t that many genuine films about what the experience is truly like, particularly for the women who actually go the process. But writer-director Kris Swanberg captivatingly explored the realistic implications of a surprise pregnancy for people in different stages in life in the  [ Read More ]

Categories: INTERVIEWS, MOVIES
Interview: Olivia Taylor Dudley Talks The Vatican Tapes (Exclusive)

Change in a person’s ambitions and identity is an often necessary and natural part of life, as it allows them to mature and achieve their goals. However, those adjustments in their personality can sometimes not only frighteningly and negatively impact their future, but also the lives of the people they care about. That daunting question of whether you’re intentionally harming those you have bonded with as your life’s changing is enthralling explored in the new independent horror thriller, ‘The Vatican Tapes.’ The film, which will be released in theaters on Friday, and was directed by Mark Neveldine, features actress Olivia Taylor Dudley as the caring and generous protagonist before her  [ Read More ]

Ajay Mathur 9 to 3 Album Review

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 18 - 2015 0 Comment
Ajay Mathur 9 to 3 Album Review

Artist: Ajay Mathur Album: 9 to 3 Passionately revealing candid insight into your true soul can be a daunting task, but humorously and endearingly approaching life’s most complex emotions can help make the process more liberating. India-born singer-songwriter Ajay Mathur has deservingly has received acclaim throughout his career for doing just that, particularly on his recent albums, 2011′s ‘A Matter of Time’ and 2013′s ‘Come See Conquer;’ he has become known for not being afraid to divulge his true feelings on troubled relationships and feelings. The musician, who’s now based in Switzerland, has creatively related to audiences around the world with his latest album, ’9 to 3,’ as it uniquely  [ Read More ]

Interview: Ian Ziering Talks Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Posted by Karen Benardello On July - 18 - 2015 0 Comment
Interview: Ian Ziering Talks Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

Struggling to survive in the competitive and cut-throat worlds of Los Angeles and New York City can be a life-threatening risk, both personally and professionally. That continuous physical and emotional battle to not only protect your life, but also maintain your relationships and career, can be a consistent strenuous effort. That constant determination to fight and save yourself is intriguingly explored in the upcoming horror film, ‘Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!,’ which is the anticipated second follow-up in the hit ‘Sharknado’ series. The franchise’s latest installment, which will premiere on Syfy on Wednesday night at 9/8c, was written by Thunder Levin and directed by Anthony C. Ferrante, who both also  [ Read More ]

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