Trick or Treat! 7 family friendly films with awesome Halloween costume ideas for babies, kids & parents

Trick or Treat! 7 family friendly films with awesome Halloween costume ideas for babies, kids & parents

Dressing up can always be fun — whether or not you have kids — and even if Halloween celebrations still look a bit different this year. To make things more festive, why not go beyond the easiest option like using old sheets for a gang of ghosts? If you’re looking for costume ideas for your family or little ones, enjoy re-watching the following films and animations to find inspiration from their iconic characters.   For all ages:   “The Wizard ...

‘Dune’ More Than Delivers Heavy Metal Sci-Fi Majesty

‘Dune’ More Than Delivers Heavy Metal Sci-Fi Majesty

What is this “Dune” if not a first cousin to “Star Wars” and a white savior, extreme climate, science-fiction fantasy? It is also as much a massage as it is a movie, thanks to all the sub-woofer action. This first installment in Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” films (there has to be a second because this is only half a film) is an impressively immersive experience thanks to the marvelous visuals of Greig Fraser (TV’s “The Mandalorian”), production design of Patrice Vermette ...

Freaky first film roles: 10 movie stars who got their big break in horror

Freaky first film roles: 10 movie stars who got their big break in horror

When you think of horror films, you don’t often think of award-winning, thespian actors, but the genre has been a launchpad for a surprising number of movie stars who can now count themselves among the A-list.  From iconic horror performances like Jamie Lee Curtis‘ long-running portrayal of Laurie Strode in the “Halloween” franchise to forgotten bit parts from Oscar-winners like George Clooney in “Return to Horror High,” here’s a look back at some familiar faces who got their big break ...

Netflix Wants to Make a ‘Squid Game’ Video Game

Netflix Wants to Make a ‘Squid Game’ Video Game

Netflix’s new most popular show in its history is Squid Game, a series where contestants play children’s games until only one of them is left alive. Netflix has previously announced they want to get into the video game industry and publish games within their app based on their original series. You can see where this is going. In a new, rather fantastic interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Netflix’s Minyoung Kim, VP of Content for Asia Pacific, has confirmed that yes, ...