Save Yourselves! (2020) is a film that walks the line between absurdist humor and horror in such a way that it can be both about surviving an alien invasion and escaping from the technological trap that is 21st century life. With relatable characters and the perfect amount of tension, this is a must-watch film in a year where so many of us exist at the intersection of physical isolation and digital dependence.
Murder in the Woods is out on Video on Demand (VOD) today! With vintage 90s slasher vibes and a spooky setting in a lonely cabin, this film is a fun throwback to classic teen horror.
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Onward (2020), the latest original offering from Disney Pixar Studios, is a charming tale of brotherly love set in a classic roadtrip film style and is laden with dungeons and dragons references (in the best possible way). It's got adventure, magic, humor, and is an all-around fun and heart-warming film.
Have you seen Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker yet? With the saga now complete, you're thinking the question that we had to ask ourselves: What's the best order to watch Star Wars? We think we may have cracked it-- read on to find out!
To the excitement of its fans, Frozen 2 (2019) is out now for streaming on digital and Blu-Ray. Much like the first entry into Arendelle, Frozen 2 was instantly a hit upon release in the theaters. In fact, it did so well it is now considered the number one animated feature of all time. That's pretty impressive. Since the theatrical release the soundtrack to Frozen 2 has gone on to do some pretty impressive things too (like being certified Gold by the R.I.A.A. and racking up over 1.7 Billion global streams). But, does it hold up upon repeat viewings outside of the theater? Spoiler alert - it does!
Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2020) is one of the most fun flicks I've seen in a theater in a long time. This is a kick-ass, violent technicolor stream of strong women overcoming their abuse cycles to come together and win the day. It's well-conceived, well-written, and executed far better than many comic-book team-ups before it.
To get you in the mood for All Hallows’ Eve, we’ve collected some creepy classics for your viewing pleasure. A bit of horror, a smidgen of laughter, an unreliable narrator or two, and a big dollop of Alfred Hitchcock make for the perfect recipe of spooky movies.
There are a couple of favorite films that come up every year at IGGPPCamp - the 1998 Parent Trap, Addams Family Values, Wet Hot American Summer, Troop Beverly Hills, Friday the 13th - but all of these films are post 1980. As time marches on and we leave the 20th century behind, these films are entering the realm of classic film but, for this year’s Camp, let’s check out some older films. Not all of these are strictly about summer camp but they do all feature camping...in one form or another.
Disney's remake of The Lion King hit theaters this week to mixed reviews. As someone who grew up loving the original film, I wanted to see for myself whether the remake would reach the level of the original. I'm here to tell you the good, the bad, and whether (in my opinion) this film even needed to be made.
Somewhere over the rainbow...The IGGPPC is celebrating a conviviality of color and music this month! In our continuing series of classic film suggestions, we have a list of bright and beautiful musicals for you to explore! We take our inspiration from the 1939 classic, The Wizard of Oz, which brings us from sepia-toned dolor to the vibrant and magical world of Hollywood musicals!
Fast, witty dialogue, farce, mistaken identity, physical comedy, and class clashes are also often found in screwball comedies. Listed here are ten screwball films that we hope you’ll enjoy.
Welcome to The Riverdale Review, a continuing series on the ever-popular television drama, Riverdale. This week we cover the second-last episode of the season, The Dark Secret of Harvest House!
Welcome to The Riverdale Review, a continuing series on the ever-popular television drama, Riverdale. We’re slowly approaching the end of this season, and this week we were treated with the twentieth episode, Prom Night – getting close to the end of this season!