Conservationists are trying to spare the Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois from loggers. Shawnee Forest Defense’s efforts are detailed in the documentary “Shawnee Showdown: Keep the Forest Standing.” The 2021 film was produced by Cade Bursell, a film professor at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. The documentary will airRead More →

An accidental double-booking at a rental already sounds like a nightmare, but for one young woman, it’s just the start of a terrifying and horrifying stay with another house guest. That’s the premise of “Barbarian,” a new horror movie starring Bill Skarsgård, Georgina Campbell, and Justin Long. In the film,Read More →

The actress is embarking on a horror thriller for the first time with her new film, which is in theaters now. In the latest episode of “Acting Up,” Cortney Wills de Grio sat down with Nathalie Emmanuel to break down her new movie, “The Invitation,” “House of the Dragon,” whichRead More →

Normally Reliable Movie Studio A24 Delivers Useless Horror Movie With Body Body Bodya mundane slasher comedy that tries to pass itself off as a satirical statement about today’s rich kids. First things first: we don’t really need a horror movie that highlights the superficiality and narcissistic inclinations of today’s rich,Read More →

article Rebecca Hall appears in Andrew Semans’ “Resurrection,” an Official Selection in the Premieres section of the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. Courtesy of Sundance Institute | photo by Wyatt Garfield. Chicago – Editor’s Note: This review was originally published as part of our sundance film festival 2022 cover on FebruaryRead More →

Director John Woo (hard boiled, broken arrow, Front/Off, Mission: Impossible 2) is developing a new film based on the Chinese American dean lung. The historical drama will follow the story of Lung, “the valet to Oakland’s first mayor, Horace Walpole Carpentier – whose gift helped found Columbia University’s Department ofRead More →

Director John Woo (hard boiled, broken arrow, Front/Off, Mission: Impossible 2) is developing a new film based on the Chinese American dean lung. The historical drama will follow the story of Lung, “the valet to Oakland’s first mayor, Horace Walpole Carpentier – whose gift helped found the University’s East AsianRead More →

payday loan OREGAON, PORTLAND, USA, July 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Allied Market Research released a report titled “payday loan market By type (storefront payday loans and online payday loans), marital status (married, single, and others), and customer age (under 21, 21-30, 31-40, 41-50 and Over 50s): Global Opportunities Analysis andRead More →

The Maine Film Association hopes an economic report released this spring will bolster support for adopting incentives to get more Maine-made movies, like “Hangdog,” filmed here on Portland’s Eastern Prom in April. Derek Davis/Staff Photographer It’s been a few months since the good folks at the Maine Film Association releasedRead More →

The British director known for his famous adaptation of Mahabharata died on Saturday The British director known for his famous adaptation of mahabharata died Saturday “I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks through this empty space while someone else watches, and that’sRead More →

“Sunner” is among screenings of films made in Maine at the Maine International Film Festival in Waterville. Photo courtesy of Henry Spritz The opening film of the 25th Maine International Film Festival (Friday to July 17) is the raucous, joyful and exuberantly musical Moroccan film “Casablanca Beats”, about a musicianRead More →

Rapper and aspiring entrepreneur Berner has joined the cast of upcoming indie thriller “The Low End Theory.” Directed by Francisco Ordoñez, who co-wrote the screenplay with lead actress Sofia Yepes, “The Low End Theory” is a neo-noir thriller about an aspiring hip-hop producer who begins laundering money for a drugRead More →