• Where Are They Now: The “Prancer” Edition

    There have been many Christmas films that have enchanted audiences over the years, but only a select few have gone on to become holiday classics. One of those is Prancer, a 1989 children’s fantasy tale starring Rebecca Harrell, Sam Elliott, Cloris Leachman and many others. Directed by John Hancock, the story follows 8-year-old Jessica Riggs […]

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  • 23rd annual SAG Awards Nominees

    Awards season is in full swing! Common and Sophia Bush announced the 23rd Annual SAG Awards nominations at Pacific Design Center on December 14, 2016, in West Hollywood, California. The ceremony airs live on TNT and TBS at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT on Sunday, January 29th. The full list of nominations for The […]

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  • Golden Globes 2017 Full Nominations List

    The Golden Globes honor standouts in both movies and television. The winners are usually a good indicator as to the leaders in the Oscars race, whose nominations are released just a few weeks after the Golden Globes ceremony. This year, musical favorite “La La Land” leads the film side with seven nominations, while “The People v. […]

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  • Critics Choice Awards 2016 Winners

    T.J. Miller hosted The Critics’ Choice Awards Sunday night from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California live on A&E. Honoring the critics’ picks for the best movies and television of the year, “La La Land” and “The People vs. O.J. Simpson” walked away the biggest winners of the night with eight and four awards respectively. Here is […]

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  • Blue Jay

    Blue Jay centers on a couple hiking Mt. Whitney in the Sierra Nevada range when a group of mountain men take an unhealthy interest in the woman played by Sara Lindsay. What makes this story even more interesting is what went on behind the scenes, as Lindsay co-wrote the film with Michael Ciulla, who directed […]

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  • ANONYMOUS

    ANONYMOUS follows Alex Danyliuk (Callan McAuliffe), a teenager learning the ins and outs of computer programming. When his family hits financial trouble, he turns to a life of online crime and identity theft, fueled by rage at the banking institutions’ status quo. Along the way he meets Sye (Daniel Eric Gold), a street–wise hustler who […]

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