Fearlessly defending the community you swore to protect and the person you love, particularly during times of grave danger, can be an emotionally and physically challenging process. But when a person is dedicated to completing their job, no matter how complicated it can become, they’ll admirably stand behind their responsibility until they achieve their goal. That valuable commitment is powerfully showcased in Shockya’s two new exclusive clips for the fantasy film, ‘Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal.’ The two videos include the film’s epic underwater battle sequence, as well as ‘Behind the Scenes-VFX-Underwater Battle,’ which explains how the scene was visually created. The two exclusive clips are supporting ‘Snow Girl [ Read More ]
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People can often become so comfortable with the familiarity of their daily routines that they lose all passion and determination in maturing and further pushing their boundaries. Sometimes the best way people can emotionally evolve is to allow others to help them take a meaningful exploration into who they are, and why they’re at their current stage in their lives. That significant examination is enthrallingly showcased in the new documentary, ‘Bending Steel,’ which was crafted by first-time feature film writer, director and producer, Dave Carroll. In honor of the movie’s release tomorrow on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video and its official website, Shockya has an exclusive clip from the [ Read More ]
Music lovers will love to watch BBC Two’s “First Night of the Proms 2015,” which is currently streaming on FilmOn. The television program gives viewers an in-home concert of classical music. The program takes place in the Royal Albert Hall and will also mark the 150 anniversaries of two Nordic composers and the world premiere of “Dadaville” by British composer Gary Carpenter. The event also features soloist Lars Vogt as he performs Mozart’s “Piano Concerto No. 20.” Other performances by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus include William Walton’s “Belshazzar’s Feast,” Jean Sibelius’ version of the classic Belshazzar story, and Carl Nielsen’s “Maskarade.” The BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus is [ Read More ]
Derek and Hansel are modelling again when an opposing company attempts to take them out from the business. The new comedy stars Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penélope Cruz, Christine Taylor, Kristen Wiig, and Cyrus Arnold. “Zoolander 2″ hits theaters on February 12, 2016.
Title: Safelight Arc Entertainment Director: Tony Aloupis Writer: Tony Aloupis Cast: Evan Peters, Juno Temple, Kevin Alejandro, Christine Lahti, Ariel Winter, Don Stark, Joel Gretsch, Ever Carradine, Will Peltz Running time: 84 min, Rated R (Language, Mild Sexuality, Violence) In Theaters, VOD and i-Tunes on July 17th. Charles (Evan Peters) is a handicapped high school kid that has a part time job at a truck stop gas station. Every night he sees Vicki (Juno Temple), what the truckers call a “Lot Lizard” climb into truck cabs as forced by her pimp Skid (Kevin Alejandro). One night Charles busts up a fight between the two with a baseball bat, and strikes [ Read More ]
BBC Three provides a dramatic look at a couple’s fight to save their family in “Don’t Take My Baby,” which is airing on FilmOn’s online BBC Three stream. The television film has been lauded by several critics, including The Telegraph, which states the film is “why we need BBC Three.” The Telegraph’s Gabriel Tate called the film “an excellent showcase” for the channel. Here’s what you can expect from “Don’t Take My Baby”: “Factual drama which tells the story of a disabled couple’s agonising struggle to keep their newborn baby. Based on real-life testimony, this emotional tale will call viewers’ prejudices and beliefs about the disabled community and society as [ Read More ]
Title: Five Star XLrator Media Director: Keith Miller Writer: Keith Miller Cast: James “Primo” Grant, John Diaz, Jasmin Burgos, Tamara Robinson, Wanda Colon Running time: 83 minutes, Not Rated (Language, Violence, Mild Sensuality) In theaters July 31, 2015 VOD AND iTUNES August 4, 2015 A pseudo-fictional tale starring the real James “Primo” Grant, gang leader of the East New York Bloods and “Five Star General.” In the opening scene, Primo delivers a humble story of the day he missed his son’s birth because he was in prison. He vowed to never allow himself to miss another milestone in his children’s life. Primo acts as parent for John (John Diaz), the son of [ Read More ]
Title: 10 Cent Pistol eOne Entertainment Director: Michael C. Martin Writer: Michael C. Martin Cast: Jena Malone, Thomas Ian Nicholas, Joe Mantegna, JT Alexander, Damon Alexander, Adam Arkin Running time: 90 minutes, Not Rated IN THEATERS, ON VOD AND iTUNES: July 24, 2015 The film opens up with a young man named Harris (Thomas Ian Nicholas) whom answers the door to see two cops. Apparently someone tripped an alarm because a friend of his is stuck in the elevator. The cops are surprised to find out that Harris is the owner, and as the camera pulls back, we see why; the house is ginormous. They insist they go inside where [ Read More ]
KNOTFEST…. A HAPPENING THAT WILL AWAKEN YOUR DARKEST SENSES!! 5 Stages with over 20 Major Festival Attractions and 40 Hours of Apocalyptic madness! With the addition of the biggest Japanese bands, Knotfest features the best in heavy music from around the Globe. Overall the Festival will feature over 33 globally touring artists and 18 regional bands showcasing the best artists in Heavy Music! Campers and VIP ticket purchasers will be welcomed into Knotfest a night early for intimate performances by a packed lineup of heavy bands as well as the first look at all Knotfest’s attractions as well as the legendary Slipknot Museum (The band’s entire history in one place). [ Read More ]
BBC News gives its viewers a look at some of the world’s most unique stories with its thought-provoking television program “Witness.” The show, which tells feature-style stories told by the people who experienced them, can currently be seen online at FilmOn’s streaming BBC News channel. Sports fans would love watching one of the currently-streaming episodes of “Witness.” This particular episode features stellar moments in sports history, including the story of the man who persuaded football legend Pelé to join an American soccer team, the New York Cosmos, for their 1975 season. BBC News’ Azi Farni presents this and four other little-known sports stories from East London’s Olympic Park. “Witness” is [ Read More ]
Fans of Johnny Depp have had it rough for the past couple of years. The most we’ve seen the actor in is pirate garb or something else equally ridiculous. In “Black Mass,” Depp’s still in a costume, but this time, in “Black Mass,” he in a much more dramatic (and scary role) – as James “Whitey” Bulger, the notorious mobster. “Black Mass,” directed Scott Cooper, tells the story of an FBI agent (played by Joel Edgerton) who wants Whitey Bulger to help him take down the Italian mob. However, the alliance gets quickly out of hand. “In 1970s South Boston, FBI Agent John Connolly (Joel Edgerton) persuades Irish mobster James [ Read More ]
Noah, played by Tyler James Williams, quickly became one of the fan favorites on “The Walking Dead” this past season and if you were bummed by the end of his story or simply want to relive his journey again, “The Walking Dead: The Complete Fifth Season” will be able to help you reconnect with the character thanks to the bonus featurette, “Noah’s Journey.” The featurette includes commentary from Williams as well as Steven Yeun, executive producers Gale Anne Hurd and Greg Nicotero and other cast members about Noah’s impact, as well as his terrible death. A clip from the featurette is below the post. If you’re a Noah fan, get [ Read More ]
“Tootsie,” the 1982 beloved classic starring Dustin Hoffman as a struggling actor who becomes America’s favorite soap opera diva, has been named the best film of all time in a new Time Out New York poll. The magazine has put out their list of the top 100 best films, and they declared “Tootsie” to be the best film ever made. “We had a tall request, ranking the best movies of all time, and it was an honor receiving the input of so many esteemed actors—many of whom have classics on their own resumes,” said Joshua Rothkopf, the film editor for Time Out New York. “I’m thrilled with the way this [ Read More ]
On the evening of September 11, 2012, the 11th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, a group of Islamist militants attack on the American diplomatic compound and a nearby CIA Annex in Benghazi, Libya. They kill four Americans, including a US Ambassador, J. Christopher Stevens. A security team of six members fight to defend the remaining Americans. The new movie stars James Badge Dale, John Krasinski, Max Martini, Toby Stephens, Pablo Schreiber, David Denman, Dominic Fumusa, and Freddie Stroma. Written by Chuck Hogan. Directed by Michael “freakin’” Bay!!! “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi” hits theaters everywhere on January 15, 2016.
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 ]