Tag Archive for 'Christopher McDonald'

So…About ‘About Last Night’ (Movie Review)

Something that I notice does not get enough attention regarding comedies is editing.  I am not talking about the pace of a film necessarily, which I see brought up a lot; notably with Judd Apatow-produced comedies lately, which tend to feel a bit shaggy.  When I say editing, I am referring more to the structure […]


The Collection (iTunes HD Digital Download Review)

It seemed like a long wait, but the day has finally arrived when we get treated once again to the bloody gore and pulverized meat of last November’s The Collection, a sequel to the 2009 horror film The Collector, on Blu-ray, DVD and HD Digital Download.  The film sees Josh Stewart (Bane’s right hand man […]


‘The Collection’ Grows on Blu-ray This March

Finally!  It’s a movie that I want to talk about instead of the lackluster I ‘saw’ in the theater tonight (Gangster Squad).  And it’s coming straight from the Top Ten list of my favorite films in 2012.  Drum roll please…  From the Twisted Writers of Saw IV, V, VI and VII comes The Collection arriving on Blu-ray, […]


Screamfest 2012: The Collection (Movie Review)

Opening night of Screamfest 2012, I was able to see the new horror film, The Collection.  Horror fans may not have too much trouble remembering The Collector, which came out back in 2009, but others may struggle when realizing that The Collection is actually a sequel to that film.  Now The Collection is not really […]


Los Angeles Animation Festival: The Iron Giant

On Friday, March 9, 2012, at the Regent Showcase Theater in Hollywood, California, the Los Angeles Animation Festival presented a screening of the 1999 animated film, The Iron Giant, followed by a Q&A with director Brad Bird, actor Eli Marienthal (all grown up), and members of the crew.  The screening was presented with an original […]


Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams (Blu-ray Review)

I am a big fan of filmmaker Robert Rodriguez; however, I never quite made the plunge to go and see his “kids” films.  While Rodriguez has made some pretty hard R-rated features in his time (Desperado, From Dusk til Dawn, Sin City), he has also let his wild imagination carve himself out a niche in […]