Clerk is an inspiring documentary that manages to take us back to where everything all begin for filmmaker Kevin Smith and then some. It’s more than just a film about the QuickStop Groceries, of course. Yes, the store played a huge role in his life as he was working there when he first got the idea for Clerks. Smith drives us around his New Jersey hometown while pointing out the important places in his life.…"SXSW 2021: Clerk"
Tough Sh*t, the memoir by multi-hyphenate filmmaker/actor/podcaster Kevin Smith, is every bit as entertaining as you’d think. I’ve been reading a lot of biographies during the pandemic quarantine but not so many memoirs. Suffice it to say, Tough Sh*t: Life Advice from a Fat, Lazy Slob Who Did Good is one of the outright entertaining reads of the past year. I could hear Smith’s voice coming through the pages as I turned them over the…"Tough Sh*t by Kevin Smith"
The Last Blockbuster, standing in Bend, Oregon, is a tribute in and of itself to the long gone era of looking around for something to rent. While theaters are currently fighting for their survival in a world destined for streaming, Blockbuster remains the one of the only places where you can still rent movies. Okay, so it may just be a single Blockbuster store that’s still standing. It’s a stark reminder of an era that…"The Last Blockbuster: A Tribute To A Long Gone Era"
Max Reload and the Nether Blasters is a wonderful throwback to the 1980s adventure films we love but with an added mix of gaming. What do The Lord of the Rings, Ghostbusters, and The Mighty Ducks all have in common. They were a group of people who “relied on each other to succeed against a greater evil.” Or so Reggie tells Max. This doesn’t even take into account the Top Gun and Batman references. Fallout…"Max Reload and the Nether Blasters"
Comic Con At Home, the virtual edition of the long-runnning San Diego Comic Con wrapped up on Sunday as the four-day convention ended. There were a number of panels worthy of Hall H over the weekend–most notably An Evening With Kevin Smith, A Conversation with Nathan Fillion, and Bill and Ted Face the Music to name a few. A number of TV networks and streaming providers also brought their content to the four-day virtual convention. …"Comic Con At Home Wraps Up"
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot assembles a star-studded cast in a film that isn’t afraid to get emotional while also pointing fun at reboots. Shortly after the film starts, Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith) learn that Saban Films owns the rights to their names. A quick stop to Brodie Bruce (Jason Lee)’s comic shop and the two learn more about the Bluntman V Chronic reboot being directed by Kevin Smith. Because an…"Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Gets Emotional"
Excelsior! A Celebration of the Amazing, Fantastic, Incredible & Uncanny Life of Stan Lee will take place on January 30, 2019 at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. The tribute is being put together by Kevin Smith, Legion M and Agents of Mayhem in partnership with Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment. Proceeds will benefit one of Stan Lee’s favorite charitable organizations, The Hero Initiative. The full press release is below: Kevin Smith, Legion M and Agents of Mayhem…"Stan Lee Tribute Taking Place on January 30th"