40 Years of Cosmic Horror
Apr 26th '19

40 Years of Cosmic Horror

Like JAWS, I cannot think of or talk about this movie (or its sequels) without typing its name in all caps. It has been forty years since we were introduced to the Lovecraftian horror of ALIEN, and even in the hopefulness of new beginnings that is spring (of the dead heat of summer), it’s a […]

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Hollywould: ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Black Adam,’ and ‘Space Jam 2’

Hollywould: ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Black Adam,’ and ‘Space Jam 2’

The film and television business moves at a mile a minute, so keeping up with the latest news can be a little daunting. Not to worry—we have your back. In Hollywould, we’ll round up the industry developments you need to know. Here’s what you may have missed: Star Wars At CinemaCon, Rian Johnson announced that […]

Portrait of the Artist

Portrait of the Artist

When he was a young boy, the posters for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Back to the Future struck a cord with Paul Shipper. “The level of detail on Marty’s jacket really stood out to me,” he says. Though, it wasn’t just the sense of adventure to which the posters hinted that […]

The Strange Time Loop of Sci-Fi Films

The Strange Time Loop of Sci-Fi Films

On March 8th, Variety reported that Mackenzie Davis (Halt and Catch Fire and Blade Runner 2049) is in talks to star in a new Terminator film. The sixth film in the franchise, this installment will pick up where Terminator 2: Judgement Day left off. It will ignore the plots of the past three films and serve as a sort of reboot. […]

Celebrate Women’s History Month in Film

Celebrate Women’s History Month in Film

In observance of March being Women’s History Month, I want to share some of my personal favorite films that I think everyone should watch to celebrate the empowerment of women.  BADASS FILMS WITH BADASS WOMEN Action films are usually lead with buff males to portray an image that men are strong leaders that will save […]