Summer is in full swing! The sun is relentless. Crime is high. I’m sweating. You’re sweating. The Earth is dying. It’s pretty bad, folks! But not all…… Read more “Smooth Sounds for The Summer”
The official trailer for Showtime’s dark-comedy On Becoming a God In Central Florida has arrived. Kirsten Dunst stars as Krystal Stubbs, a water park worker who seeks…… Read more “Trailer Things: #OnBecomingAGod finds Kirsten Dunst scheming her way to the top”
The stripper-saga Hustlers finally revealed its first trailer. Based on actual events, the movie follows of a group of exotic dancers who serve a plate of cold-hard… Read more "Trailer Things: #Hustlers sees Lopez & Wu enact righteous revenge"
Episode seven is to the dad’s as we highlight our favorite on-screen patriarchs. We also highlight our PRIDE film selections and finally dive into HBO’s newest obsession…… Read more “Podcast: #AStreamableLife Ep 7 “Happy Father’s Day” available now #podcast #FeelEuphoria”
Thirty years of television consumption paid off as I attended season 8 of the ATX TV Festival. Why it took me eight years to arrive — I’ll…… Read more “My first time at #ATXTVs8”
On episode five we touch on the “feud” between black American and British actors in Hollywood; N.O.T. recaps the Killing Eve finale.; and, No Concessions celebrates PRIDE Month.
Fox’s final X-Men venture strives to rewrite its telling of one of comic’s most loved stories. Both internal and external forces leave much desired as Dark Phoenix…… Read more “No Concessions: #DarkPhoenix fails to be light at end of Fox’s X-Men tunnel”
The Kitchen sets the stage for a different kind of 70s mob film. Based on the graphic novel by Ollie Masters and illustrator Ming Doyle, Kitchen stars…… Read more “Trailer Things: Sisters are doing it for themselves in mob film #TheKitchen”
Friday evening I cautiously digested Netflix’s newest major flick, The Perfection. The project first caught my attention last year, as it was set to pair Logan Browning…… Read more “No Concessions: #ThePerfection tackles real horror in this wacky “social thriller””