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Captain America: Winter Soldier Blu-ray Review

One of the best films of the year is finally available on DigitalHD and Home Video. The fine folks at Disney/Marvel were a little cheap this time and only sent out the first disc of the multi-disc set for review. Does the film hold up well on Blu-ray? I’ll save you the trouble, yes the […]

Early Review: Lawrence & Holloman: Always Look On The Bright Side of Life!

Canadian indie flick Lawrence & Holloman is a black comedy about a suicidal accounting clerk and the cheerful salesman who makes it his mission to cheer him up. The blackness of its comedy clicks because of fine performances from Daniel Arnold (who also co-wrote) and Ben Cotton and a really twisted script. Everything about Lawrence […]

Crowdfunding Meets Movie-Making (And Changes Everything)

In an era when banks are loathe to make loans and wealthy investors are about as friendly as the “Shark Tank” gang, creative people are turning to the masses for support. Since filmmakers usually love to share their vision with anyone even half-interested, crowdfunding has become a useful vehicle to raise cash, even if it’s […]

Love Frozen? Watch The Story of Frozen: Making A Disney Animated Classic!

On Tuesday, September 2nd (8/7C), ABC is presenting The Story of Frozen: Making A Disney Animated Classic. The one-hour special is hosted by Josh Gad, the voice of Olaf the Snowman, and will feature interviews cast members and the filmmaking team. It will also feature a sneak peek at Disney’s next animated feature, Big Hero […]

Crazy Trailer: Harmontown!

Remember Dan Harmon, creator of NBC’s Community (now on Yahoo), was fired from his own show? Well, after being canned, he took a bit of time to take his disappointment, rage, cynicism and ironic wit on the road. The result is the odd documentary Harmontown. Check out the first trailer for Harmontown after the jump. […]

Chilling Trailer: Foxcatcher!

There’s a creepy new trailer for Sony Pictures Classics’ Foxcatcher that looks the relationship between Olympic wrestling Gold Medal winner Mark Schultz and John du Pont, who invites Schultz to move to the du Pont estate to help train a team for the 1988 Seoul Olympics – and how Mark’s older brother Dave soon becomes […]

As Above So Below: Surprisingly Decent Little Horrorshow!

So, you’ve got elements of Tomb Raider/Indiana Jones; overt references to Dante and less overt references to Sartre; a strong (maybe even ridiculously strong ) female lead and the Philosopher’s Stone. What could that possibly add up to? A movie that is significantly better than its pathetic trailers (as with the folks that did the […]

Kristina Anapau talks about Altergeist

Six ghost hunters are given the rare opportunity to carry out paranormal investigations at King’s Ransom Winery, one of the most haunted places in America. Its history is tainted by a long history of bizarre suicides. Kristina Anapau plays ghosthunter Theresa. As this multi-talented actress prepared to return to LA from Switzerland, where she was […]

BOOM! Studios Announces Panels and Exclusives For Baltimore Comic-Con!

BOOM! Studios wants to talk to you about what editors do (you know you want to know); show off some previously unseen work by legendary Peanuts creator Charles Schulz, and share with you the company’s achievements ad plans for the future and, not incidentally, provide you with some unique variant covers (like the cover for […]

Third Wave of Amazon Pilots Now Up and Running!

Amazon has unveiled its third wave of pilots – to be greenlit to series according to the votes/ratings of their viewers. This time out there are three comedies – The Cosmopolitans, Chloe Sevigny and Adam Brody; Really, starring Sarah Chalke and Selma Blair; and Red Oaks, from Steven Soderberg – and two dramas: Hand of […]

Bill Smitrovich chats about The November Man

THE NOVEMBER MAN is the latest exciting international espionage film about ex-CIA operative Peter Devereaux (Pierce Brosnan), who is brought back in on a very personal mission and finds himself facing his former protege David Mason (Luke...Show More Summary

Interview: Former Disney Star Ryan Ochoa Talks about his latest Project, Social Media and becoming an Adult

Ryan Ochoa was born on May 17, 1996 in San Diego, California, USA. The young star is best known for his hit Disney Show Pair of Kings (2010) and appearances on Nickelodeon’s iCarly.  Now he’s staring in RL Stine’s Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend. I recently did an email interview where we talked about his latest flick, […]

USA Network’s DIG gets a Mystery/Thriller Prequel Written by Heroes’ Tim Kring!

In anticipation of the fall premiere of USA Network’s newest drama series DIG, a new chapter of the thriller’s prequel will be released every Thursday for free on Wattpad, the world’s largest community of readers and writers. DIG’s prequel, written by Tim Kring (the creator and executive producer of Heroes) and Gideon Raff (the executive producer […]

Streaming Times: Netflix’s Fall TV Schedule Picking Up!

Streaming times is a new semi regular feature at where we will bring you the latest news from your favorite online streaming services.  Fall TV is just around the corner and studios are finally releasing new TV on DVD, not to be outdone, Netflix is reminding folks that the latest seasons of shows like […]

FX Orders Zach Galifianakis Comedy Series Baskets!

Chip Baskets had a dream – to become a clown! Unfortunately, his enrolment at a prestigious clown college in Paris didn’t go so well and now he is only able to find work as with the local rodeo. That’s the premise of Baskets, a new comedy series from Zach Galifianakis, has been given a ten-episode order by […]

Dark Horse Announces New Criminal Macabre Series: The Third Child!

Dark Horse is unleashing a new chapter in the adventures of monster hunter Cal. Following directly upon the heels of Criminal Macabre: The Eyes of Frankenstein, Criminal Macabre: The Third Child finds Cal a changed man (for lack of a better term) – and not necessarily for the better. Check out the five-page preview after the jump. […]

Jamie Dornan Tackles The 9th Life of Louis Drax!

The notoriety of Fifty Shades of Grey is paying off for Jamie Dornan – he’s been cast as the lead in The 9th Life of Louis Drax, the psychological thriller that marks the return of Miramax to the active production of new films. Based on the best-selling novel by Liz Jensen, the story begins on […]

Wistful Trailer: Transparent–Amazon’s New Transgender Dramedy!

After a lifetime of ‘dressing up… as a man,’ Mort Pfefferman decides it’s time to be her real self – Maura. The thing is, Maura/Mort has three grown children with his ex-wife, Shelly, who have to deal with her change. That, in short, is the premise for Amazon’s new series from Jill Solloway (Six Feet […]

Preview Reviews: 2015 Halloween Thriller Edition! Plus: The Rock in Shazam!

As the Summer Blockbuster season concludes, film studios are gearing up for the Halloween Season. As such, GeekScholars Movie News presents Preview Reviews: 2015 Thriller Edition, where the hosts discuss and grades for various trailers debuting this Fall that fall into the thriller/horror genre. Show More Summary

The November Man Gives Familiar Tropes An Edgy Spin!

With Pierce Brosnan returning to espionage in this moderately budgeted thriller, you can expect great performances from the cast; mayhem controlled and uncontrolled; a damsel in distress who is more than she seems to be, and, of course, monumental betrayal – not necessarily in that order. Based on a Bill S. Grainger novel, The November […]

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