Refelctions on Columbine!

It’s been twenty years since the Columbine tragedy.

Now, director and former student Laura Farber now brings us stories from those who lived it and how they’ve since dealt with the residual trauma in We Are Columbine.

We Are Columbine will open in select theaters beginning March 26th – and will be available On Demand, DVD, and Digital HD on April 9th.

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Exclusive Interview: Michelle Talks to Umbrella Academy’s Ken Hall

Ken Hall is one of those unsung actors that I love talking to. You wouldn’t recognize his face, but the Motion Capture actor, (is this a new title I just created?) played the alien in TBS’ weird little comedy series People of Earth and recently played the sage, talking monkey Pogo in Netflix’s Umbrella Academy – one of my surprise favorite shows of the year. In this interview we talk about how far Motion Capture performance artists have come and UA and more.

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Movie Review: Captive State fails to Captivate Michelle!

 

If anyone ever bothers to ask, my all-time favorite movie is actually the TV Mini-Series “V” for me it’s a near perfect movie. Maybe not technically and sure it’s special affects don’t hold up to today’s standards, but from a story point of view I think it’s the perfect film. It’s a film that’s about something more than just explosions it asks what you would do if fascists took over. Would you be collaborator or resistance fighter and it one line in the movie has always stuck with me – “One man’s resistance is another’s terrorist.” I hoped that Captive State would scratch that itch for me, sadly it fails on almost every level. Maybe that’s harsh.

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Stability and Sanity Left the House Trailer: Framing DeLorean!

Money, power, politics, drugs, scandal, and fast cars. The incredible story of John DeLorean is the stuff of a Hollywood screenwriter’s dreams.

Framing DeLorean is the first film to examine the life of the man behind the car – mixing archival film with dramatic re-enactments with a star-studded cast.

It will open on June 7th.

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Trying to Do Something Nice (For Once) Trailer: Family!

When her brother hunters her down to babysit a niece she never knew she had, high-powered, workaholic executive Kate Stone thinks things couldn’t possibly get any worse.

Until her niece runs away to become a Juggalo.

Family opens on April 19th.

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