Written Revelry : The Novel Strumpet Reviews the new movie “Austenland” With Cast Q and A! Keri Russell! Jane Seymour! And More!
It’s not a secret to anyone who knows me that I am a Jane Austen fan. Ok, ok, ok, fan may be a little tame but despite having the books, and a board game and an action figure and cross stitch of Mr. Darcy and attending a local Jane Austen Ball every year and probably... read more ->
New Dark Skies UK Quad Movie Poster Is Out! Felicity… AKA Keri Russell Stars! Ohhhh Spooky! Opens Feb. 22nd!
The new British Quad movie poster is out for the thriller Dark Skies starring Felicity… I mean Keri Russell. It’s simple and pretty cool to be honest. I really like. I’m going to wait and give the film my stamp of approval once it comes out because as you all know with thrillers like this,... read more ->
Big Ass Spider! Yep That’s Right Kids! Director Mike Mendez Serves Up Some B-Movie Awesomeness! Movie Poster! Trailer!
You can’t say there isn’t truth in advertising with this pic guys… In fact.. There’s a Big Ass Spider! If you haven’t heard of this movie night in the making film, you need to check out the trailer! It’s awesome! Directed by Mike Mendez, who is an awesome guy BTW, Big Ass Spider was recently... read more ->
Seen It! Cloud Atlas Movie Review! Suddenly Susan Says Go See It Before It’s Stuck On TBS! Halle Berry! Tom Hanks!
I love the Wachowski’s, I love Bound, I love The Matrix, and when I saw Cloud Atlas was coming, I was like… Yes… and I still haven’t seen it… Doh! Anyway, that’s why we have Suddenly Susan in the house! In this installment of Seen It! Susan takes a crack at the three hour odyssey... read more ->
Seen It! Suddenly Susan Says The Possession Is Flatter Than A Pancake Under A Boulder! Not Even Jeffrey Dean Morgan Can Save This Mess!
“Based on a true story” seems to be the hook movie studios look for when marketing such a film. This one comes from a supposedly “true” story about an allegedly haunted Dybbuk box, said to contain an ancient Jewish evil or demon. Are Jewish demons scarier than Christian ones? Who knew that the underworld... read more ->
MTF Review! Scott Gives R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series A Spin And Says It’s Spooky Fun For The Whole Family!
The Haunting Hour has two volumes of spooky family adventures just in time for Halloween! R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour: The Series currently airs on Saturdays at 5 and 5:30 p.m. (ET) on The Hub TV Network, a television destination for kids and their families. The popular children’s anthology series recently received seven 2012... read more ->
Up In The Sky! It’s A Bird! It’s A Plane! No! It’s OTG John Getting To Meet Smallville Star Tom Welling! And He Was Cool!
With Comic Con right around the corner… Literally, it’s right around the corner, I thought it was a great time to share this story sent it from OTG John! He got to meet Tom Welling who of course played Clark on Smallville. Tom is notoriously difficult to get a graph from let alone a photo... read more ->
Walt Disney’s Treasure Planet DVD Review! Check Out This Disney Animated Feature Just In Time For It’s 10th Anniversary!
It’s hard to believe that it’s been ten years since Walt Disney’s Treasure Planet has been released in theatres! I was a tad surprised when I saw the box art, I was like 10 years, that means I’m getting old. lol… In fact, I think it’s been about that long since I’ve actually sat down... read more ->
The Movie Maven Drools Over Kate Beckinsale in Black Leather! Hates On Channing Tatum! Says Watching Katherine Heigl is Like Looking At Road Kill! and Wants To Lose All Found Footage Movies in This Weeks Netflix and DVD Roundup!
Just in time for the Memorial Day holiday comes The Movie Maven’s recap. Whoo to the Hoo… and even though the holiday is almost over the Maven has been busy dishing on the new films out on DVD and Netfilx! Among the new releases are two of my Favorites One for the Money and Albert... read more ->
When thinking about animated movies today immediately my mind goes to talking toys, lost fish, jumping panda bears, and with all the current previews red headed Scottish girls defying their fathers. So, it’s always a pleasure to find a small film that has a big heart. Based on the 1952 novel the Borrowers, The Secret... read more ->