Hello darkness my old friend, COVID19 has struck the movie industry again. Sony had decided to do the smart thing and move their blockbusters to next year. Continue reading “Sony pushes back more films”
Thanks to our friends over at Romero Pictures and the Indie Brigade we are getting a virtual convention. This seems to be a game-changing event during the Covid19 outbreak we can stay at home and enjoy a solid convention with big-name genre actors and other character actors from fan-favorite films such as Clerks and Chasing Amy(my all-time personal favorite film).
This will be a really cool event for people like me that struggle with anxiety and always find a way of talking themselves out of going to a huge convention, it will feature the likes of icons Kane Hodder and Richard Grieco.
Here is a statement from their official press release you can check out!
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY
Ticket Holders can interact live with celebrities in real-time and participate in 8 hours of live streaming panels! Def-Con 1 is a brand new concept by Romero Pictures and the Indie Brigade and is designed to not only bring our community of indie creators together but also as a way for indie creators to reach and interact with their fans while providing a centralized vendor space for fans and ticket holders to support their favorite artists.
In light of the current state of emergency surrounding the Coronavirus: Covid-19, our vendors, artists and celebrities keep 100% of their sales and there is no cost to for themto participate. Def-Con 1 is a convention for the community to help support itself through these turbulent times
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With more and more April and May releases getting pulled in wake of the Covid-19 outbreak which has now hit home and effected my workplace, there have been more movies pulled or moved including A24’s Saint Maud and James Wan’s new film. Continue reading “Saint Maud and James Wan’s new film pulled from calendar”
In the world of ever-changing Covid-19 news, movie studios are continuing to step up and keep us safe and entertained from our own home. Continue reading “Sony releasing Bloodshot on digital platforms March 24th”
The highly anticipated re-imagining of the Saw franchise starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson has been pulled off the box office calendar indefinitely after the virus outbreak has no sign of slowing down. Continue reading “Lionsgate pulls three May releases including ‘Spiral: From The Book of Saw’”
Amidst the virus outbreak and strange days upon us. Continue reading “Universal releasing ‘The Hunt’ and ‘The Invisible Man’ on VOD services THIS FRIDAY”
What a pleasant surprise this was! Going into The Hunt it’s safe to say my expectations were low. Typically, you all should know how I mainly feel about Blumhouse(a protege of the Weinstein’s even though he has distanced himself from them). He has several movies under his belt I love and most I hate. Continue reading “The Hunt Review”
At the beginning of last year, it was reported that there was another Final Destination movie coming. Now we have a first look in the world of the virus shutting everything down. We have news surrounding something that’s forthcoming. Continue reading “The ‘Final Destination’ reboot will be set in a world of first responders”
More news is coming by the minute it seems, Disney is delaying the superhero movie New Mutants (previously due out on April 3) and also pushing back the Guillermo Del Toro movie Antlers (expected April 17). Continue reading “Disney Also Pushes Back ‘Antlers’ and ‘The New Mutants’”
After No Time To Die and Peter Rabbit 2 were the first movies to suffer from the Coronavirus, we have news that A Quiet Place 2 which was scheduled to hit theaters in just seven days. Continue reading “‘A Quiet Place 2’ pushes back release date due to Coronavirus”