Beverly D’Angelo spoke with Solzy at the Movies about acting and the SAG-AFTRA strike during her Fan Expo Chicago appearance. The actress is signing autographs and posing for photos with fans during the convention. At 1:45 PM this afternoon, she will join former castmates Anthony Michael Hall, Dana Barron, Christie Brinkley, and Randy Quaid for a panel. While Chevy Chase was previously announced to attend, he canceled his appearance as of Thursday. Because of the…"Beverly D’Angelo talks Acting, SAG-AFTRA Strike – Fan Expo Chicago 2023"
The road trip comedy looks pristine as ever now that National Lampoon’s Vacation is taking the “Holiday Road” to 4K Ultra HD. The film’s arrival on 4K UHD comes as the comedy is about to mark its 40th anniversary. Obviously, the studio has another reason to give it the upgrade: Warner Bros.’ 100th anniversary. As Warner Bros. celebrates every story, they could have at least included some sort of 40th anniversary marking somewhere on the…"National Lampoon’s Vacation Arrives on 4K Ultra HD"
Violent Night is the instant holiday classic that you didn’t even know you needed–this is a comedy that will have an amazing replay value. He’s making a list, he’s checking it twice. He’s gonna find out if you’re naughty or nice. Santa Clause is gonna beat the shit out of you. He knows when you’ve been sleeping. He knows when you’re awake. I could go on and on but here’s the deal–Santa’s gonna beat you…"Violent Night Is An Instant Holiday Classic"
The very hysterical National Lampoon’s Xmas Vacation arrived on 4K Ultra HD last week and the comedy has never looked or sounded better. I’ve watched this film a number of times over the years, both before and after becoming a film critic. And yet, I’ve never formally written about the film until now. It just so happens that the National Lampoon’s Vacation sequel is finally available to buy on 4K UHD. I own the first…"National Lampoon’s Xmas Vacation Arrives on 4K Ultra HD"
The Unicorn puts threesomes into a new perspective while also managing to expose the problems within one couple’s relationship at the same time. Malory (Lauren Lapkus) and Caleb (Nick Rutherford) have found themselves in Palm Springs. Neither of them have a choice in the matter. This is because Malory’s mother and step-father are renewing their wedding vows for their 25th anniversary. This would be fun and all if not for the fact that they do…"The Unicorn: Get Your Threesome On"
In many ways, Wakefield feels like it is a modern day version of Rear Window but without all the thrills that came with the Alfred Hitchcock classic in this character study that stars Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston. Written and directed by Robin Swicord, the film was based on the short story of the same name by E.L. Doctorow. Bryan Cranston leads the cast and let me just say how essential the Breaking Bad star is…"Wakefield: Bryan Cranston is worthy of an Oscar Nomination"