"Movies" Blogs & Blog Posts

Teena in TorontoTeena in Toronto

It's all about me living in Toronto.

 
Zen FilmsZen Films

Life at the intersection of all things media and transmedia

 
Van's Cine BlogVan's Cine Blog

Movie reviews and television reviews

 
Dwardus Prime EntertainmentDwardus Prime Entertainment

An entertainment more geared up for movies, television, books, music and vi...

 
Bigger Picture ResearchBigger Picture Research

A no-nonsense look at film business research from around the world

 
Deep DishDeep Dish

Groovy thoughts of a gay writer about all things fabulous.

 
Dan's Media DigestDan's Media Digest

A pop-culture entertainment blog featuring extensive reviews of UK/US telev...

 


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In the beginning, there was Moonlight. At the end, there was also Moonlight. Writer/director Barry Jenkins' deeply resonant cinematic tryptich of a young Miami man's life won all six Independent Spirit Awards for which it was nominated Saturday ̵...

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, hosts of the Independent Spirit Awards, went full-savage on Hollywood, President Donald Trump, and everything else under the California sun on Saturday. In doing so, they achieving new levels of "they did not just say tha...

Heading out to the movies this weekend? Use promo code AWARDSAPPLEPAY on Fandango, and you’ll save $3 on any ticket. This code seems to work with any payment method on any OS; no Apple Pay required.Read more...

[This post contains spoilers.] In America, my body does not belong to me. This is the message that Jordan Peele’s electrifying horror film Get Out has for black men. Written and directed by Peele, it mines a potentially horrifying event: Chris...

Oh God, it’s Oscar time again. Just what I needed in the middle of the fucking apocalypse. Donald Trump is President. Russia has hacked all of our phones and is actively watching us masturbate. And every public school is going to teach your kids th...

Jordan Peele’s haunting first horror movie taps into the bleak fear of seeing a disaster coming from a mile away and still being unable to escape...

MTV News spoke to Rajiv Surendra, who played Kevin G., about his life after 'Mean Girls' and 'Life of Pi.'...