I am a massive fan of Woody Allen’s films. I don’t think anyone even comes close to his intelligence and wit in storytelling, his insight into human behaviour is uncanny, and his unique directing style is simple yet distinctly his own.
I always find it intriguing when an actor decides to delve into other areas of filmmaking, especially when they do it like Lake Bell does with In a World…and tackle not only directing a film but also writing, starring in and co-producing. I always wonder [...]
There are still many classic films that are inexplicably missing from Blu-ray, and not only was In the Heat of the Night one of them, but Sidney Poitier films in general seem to be lacking in hi def. Where is Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? Where is Lilies [...]
It’s no secret that I am in the underpopulated camp of remake supporters and I remain there unashamedly. The latest one to come down the pipe is director Kimberly Pierce’s remake of Brian DePalma’s 1976 horror classic Carrie, from Stephen Kings debut [...]
2013 was unfortunately the year we lost James Gandolfini. An amazing character actor best known for the iconic role of Tony Soprano on HBO’s benchmark show The Soprano’s, Gandolfini also delivered countless memorable performances in such films as True [...]
I have always been a fan of Dylan McDermott from his early films like Steel Magnolias and Hardware right up through the first season of American Horror Story. He has always been a reliable and compelling character actor that I am always happy to see turn [...]
AVAILABLE ON DIGITAL NOVEMBER 27, 2018 4K ULTRA HD, BLU-RAY™ AND DVD DECEMBER 18, 2018 FROM UNIVERSAL PICTURES HOME ENTERTAINMENT Enjoy the delightfully thrilling tale of a mysterious house where things, including the inhabitants, are not what they [...]
Fatal Pictures, who we love here at Fountain Pop for their disturbing short films WORM, FAMILIAR, HEIR, REMOTE & THE LAST HALLOWEEN, are back with a new short, Hang Up! starring Robert Nolan, Astrida Auza & Jane Pokou. The story is described as [...]