"Film" Blogs & Blog Posts

Light FactoryLight Factory

Video Documentation from Tim Brunsden

 
Child of the 1980'sChild of the 1980's

Memories of growing up in the UK during the eighties - the greatest decade!...

 
Deep DishDeep Dish

Groovy thoughts of a gay writer about all things fabulous.

 
News Hour, with Jerry CaesarNews Hour, with Jerry Caesar

A news-based blog focusing on film reviews and awards ceremonies, spoof sto...

 
battleroyalewithcheesebattleroyalewithcheese

a blog about films and that...

 
The Richard Flint Photography BlogThe Richard Flint Photography Blog

A blog by a pro photographer that contains a mixture of photography news, f...

 
La Vie de RoseLa Vie de Rose

The non-adventures of an East Coast girl in the American South

 


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Sunday night marked the end of a pivotal fourth season of Homeland, and with it, an assessment of how the series is holding up. The show has certainly come a long way since its divisive Season 3 finale that saw the death of Nicholas Brody, virtually...

North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of having direct involvement in the production of The Interview. Kim Jong-un's regime also made what appeared to be threats against the White House and Pentagon. In a statement published Sunday on state-run...

Forget The Interview and get excited for several epic movies opening in 2015. If the trailers are any indication of the types of films you can expect to see gracing the big screen, it’s all about sequels in the new year. See also: More 'Fast an...

SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea on Saturday proposed a joint investigation with the U.S. into the hacking attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, warning of "serious" consequences if Washington rejects a probe that it believes will prove P...

Sony Pictures Entertainment's not-so-secret weapon against North Korea and bad press? Olivia Pope. Well, sort of. Following a swelling PR nightmare in light of an extensive attack by anonymous hackers, which prompted Sony to cancel the theatrical rel...

It's a well-established fact that Home Alone is the scariest movie of all time Turning a film about a child stuck alone in his house, while strange, seedy men attack him, into a family-friendly Christmas classic is no easy feat — clearly, write...

In the late 1930s, silent comedy legend Charlie Chaplin spent $1.5 million of his own money making his first talkie, and his first outright political satire, 1940's The Great Dictator. After seeing Leni Riefenstahl's infamously brilliant Nazi propaga...