Real in-person film festivals return to Texas with the Oak Cliff Film Festival. The historic Texas Theatre was abuzz with the traditional slurry of film fans but this film fest started more like a family reunion for the moviegoers have been cut off from the in-person fun of a film fest.
Author: Daniel Durrett
Alternate history is a theme that has existed nearly as long as stories have been captured on cellulose. Very rarely is the historical account retold in such a comedic way? Taika Waititi (What We Do In The Shadows, Thor: Ragnarök) chooses to share a story of World War II through […]
@FilmDitz Eddie Muphy’s return to adult comedy is a grand and glorious romp into a slice of his comedic career. All while reminding his audience of the exorbitant heights Rudy Ray Moore’s launched his career from his perseverance and should be celebrated for. Murphy’s audience will receive an education to […]
At a simple glance, Darth Vader would appear to the average viewer to be the more evil of the pairing, but with a deeper view, I will show you the five traits that prove Shooter McGavin is the MORE Evil villain. Childish Pettiness- Shooter demands that Happy takes his shot […]
If your only reason to see this film is to see an Eight-month pregnant chick get massacred in a slaughterhouse film you may be headed to the wrong theater. However, a view of Hollywood in the late sixties, the age of Tarantino’s very early youth, and gaze at the mysticism […]
https://youtu.be/TcMBFSGVi1c In this vast universe, we as fans have seen most of the heroes in every state of ass-kicker but, this film truly develops the characters in a way that we have yet to experience these characters. From the introduction of Hawkeye’s Ronin to Tony Stark floating in space with […]