Letterboxd has released its yearly stats based on the viewing habits of the site’s nearly one million movie lovers – so there’s a pretty good chance you spent 2018 watching their top 10 most popular movies.
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s the 2014 computer animated film WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE – an unending parade of empty misery! Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
The Solo: A Star Wars Story villain and Avengers star gushes about Donald Glover, Ron Howard, and the future of the Star Wars franchise.
The Canadian thriller Solo lives up to its modest title and supplies no more and no less than what’s needed to be effective. A stripped down killer-on-the-loose yarn and survival narrative, first time feature filmmaker Isaac Cravit has crafted a taut, beautifully shot, and well performed reworking of genre formula.
We talk with former Degrassi: The Next Generation actress Annie Clark about her first starring role on the big screen in the Canadian thriller Solo and about her thoughts on modern thrillers, why she chose filming over a vacation, why she never became a camp counsellor herself, and the freedom of being able to get a little down and dirty for the sake of the character.