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Grouplove Prepares for Release of New...



Grouplove Prepares for Release of New Documentary In the coming weeks, Grouplove will be releasing their concert documentary ‘I’m With You’. The film will be released on January 24th on Palladia TV, February 3rd on the Apple TV App and February 25th on iTunes and Amazon. The concert documentary follows the band as they play a number of shows in New York City on their SeeSaw [...]

Lifetime Movies–A Guilty Pleasu...



Lifetime Movies–A Guilty Pleasure The Nightmare Nanny Lifetime Movie Featuring hunky cops and handymen who just happen to be single and living next door, washed-up B-list actors, overdramatic music, and murder plots more predictable than a soap opera, Lifetime TV movies are the McDonald’s of cinema–culturally empty. But sometimes, like a Dove ch [...]

10 Movies That Shaped Your Adolescenc...



scream If you’re like me, and you grew up in the ’90s, you probably lived on movies that are now almost iconic. Today, you no doubt search diligently for them on Netflix and quotes from them have become ingrained in your vocabulary. Basically, these movies are in the category of ‘if it’s on TV, and no matter how far it’ [...]

‘Spark: A Burning Man StoryR...



‘Spark: A Burning Man Story’ The creators behind the independent film, ‘Spark: A Burning Man Story’, are proud to announce two original songs that have made the qualifications for the 2014 Oscars. Over 75 songs from eligible feature-length 2013 motion pictures will contend for nominations in the “Original Song” category for the 86th Oscars, which includes “Let It Go” by [...]

Best of Cleveland: A Christmas Story ...



Best of Cleveland: A Christmas Story House Everyone knows and watches the Christmas movie classic, A Christmas Story. Little do a lot of people know, but the movie was filmed and takes place in a local Cleveland neighborhood. The house now still stands as a museum for the movie and brings a great deal of fans, movie lovers and tourists in for this famous pop-culture site. A Christmas [...]

The 10 Stages Of Choosing Something O...



netflixremote Via Flickr / Brian Cantoni 1. Flip through TV channels and try not to toss the remote at the TV before firing up good ole Netflix. 2. Browse your “list”, going back and forth between the many choices, many of which you’ve seen multiple times but can’t bring yourself to remove. 3. Leave your list to browse categories. 4 [...]

14 Movies To Look For In 2014



tmntfanposterorreal 1. ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past.’ May 23. 2. ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.’ August 22. 3. ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2.’ May 2. 4. ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction.’ June 27. Via Paramount Pictures/IMDB. 5. ’22 Jump Street.’ June 13. 6. ‘Neighbors.’ May 9. 7. ‘Cap [...]

8 Netflix Movies You Should Be Watchi...



netflix-logo Any old fool can abide by the trailers they see on TV or in the theater and go out to see the movies expected to top box office records and win Academy Awards. But it takes a real movie buff to follow their own instincts on Netflix and discover some unexpected treasures. Treasures that you can’t quite bring yourself to remove from your [...]

4 Movies To See Before The End Of The...



anchorman Via Annapurna Pictures/IMDB. Well technically this is a January premiere, but tomorrow ‘Her’ will have a limited release so if you’re lucky, you may be able to catch it before the rest of us do. Joaquin Phoenix stars as a guy who falls in love with his new operating system, voiced by Scarlett Johansson. So already you have t [...]

Quote of the Day

Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. John F. Kennedy

Odd Fact of the Day

Steve Jobs had a high school GPA of 2.65.