Eaten Alive (1977) Movie Review

Eaten Alive is a 1977 low-budget horror film by Tobe Hooper. The Director of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre film which came out before this film in 1974. It was not the success that The Texas Chainsaw Massacre film was. Eaten Alive stars Neville Brand, a veteran character actor who gives a bizarre and hilarious over the top performance as a decrepit hotel manager named Judd. His hotel is located in the backwoods and swamps of Texas. A young Robert Englund, who everyone pretty much knows by now from his role as Freddy Krueger in The Nightmare On Elm Street film series appears in this film.

FRANCES HA – A New Film Report

I just saw the nicest, warmest movie I have seen in a long time. It’s a feel-good movie with an actress who captured my old heart. Greta Gerwig is that actress; and she plays a young soul trying to make her way as a dancer in Manhattan.

The Walking Dead – Season 4 – A Sneak Peak

After achieving 12.4 million viewers for the final episode of season 3, The Walking Dead has now become the most-watched TV drama series in the history of basic cable TV. Based on the comic book series of the same name created by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard the show tells the story of a small group of survivors living in the aftermath of a global zombie apocalypse.

“Man of Steel” Packs a Punch in Theaters

“Man of Steel,” a 2013 reboot of the iconic Superman franchise, was directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan. Nolan is known for creating one of the most famous versions of Batman with his award-winning film trilogy of “Batman Begins,” “The Dark Knight,” and “The Dark Knight Rises.” “Man of Steel” is a long-awaited film that has had fans of the superhero genre clamoring to see if Nolan and Snyder can do for Superman what Nolan’s films did for Batman.

True Blood – Season 6 – A Sneak Peak

True Blood is a US TV drama series based on the ‘Southern Vampire Mystery’ novels by Charlaine Harris. It is set in the fictional north-western town of Bon Temps in Louisiana.

Frank Langella on Stage, Screen and Television

Frank Langella has appeared on Broadway, in movies, and on television (172 appearances) since 1965. The stage has always been his first love, and he’s won three Tony awards. If you can’t make it to Broadway, don’t miss him in the movies.

Iron Man 3: Intense, Action-Packed Disappointment

Iron Man 3 is an intense, sharp, action packed, yet disappointing sequel to the Iron Man series. Although this may not be the end of Iron Man on the big screen. It may not be a bad idea to spend some quality time with Stan Lee, before you decide on the fourth sequel.

Learning to Be a Producer

Everyone has heard of the title “producer” but how do you become one? This article gives you a start.

Why Audiences Love Trailers

According to “The Hollywood Reporter,” the National Association of Theater Owners is taking strides toward a new marketing rule. It would shorten the trailers shown before movies to two minutes each instead of the current standard of two minutes and thirty seconds. Theater owners feel, based on feedback from their patrons, that trailers are overly long and often spoil the plots or best scenes from a film.

Reality Shows You Should Watch Even If They Are Less Reality and More Fun

Just when you think that the Reality Show craze is waning, more come along that capture the imagination and interest of viewers. New entries include Race To The Scene hosted by Dolph Lundgren, The Hero hosted by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Beverly Hills Pawn featuring big bucks Pawn Master Yossi Dina. The only problem with Reality Shows is that not all of them are as real as they seem (in case you have not figured that out by now). Despite creative editing and even some obviously staged and scripted events, many of these TV programs garner big ratings and you might be surprised at which are the most popular.

From Wide Open Spaces to Hollywood Lights, Brad Pitt’s Life Is an Inspirational Story

Brad Pitt was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, on Dec. 18, 1963. His parents, William and Jane, were both middle-class and devout Baptists.

Much Ado About Nothing – Movie Review

In the Joss Whedon-directed film Much Ado About Nothing, various factions plot to help and hinder two sets of lovers. This classic William Shakespeare comedy is adapted for current audiences through clever visual pop culture references, although the language remains old English. Slick and smart with insider jokes (for Shakespeare fans and Whedon loyalists) that should delight viewers, Much Ado About Nothing finally becomes accessible to the masses.