Another weekend, another comic convention for former TV actor Keith Mahar. Most people don’t recognize Keith. His only claim to fame was as a child star in an 80’s television show. Keith reluctantly joins his close friends,cartoon voice-over actor Matt,comic book artist Allison,and 80’sTV star Brock,who are also working the convention, but things take a turn for the worst when Keith’s former co-star and Supercon’s big ticket draw for the weekend — Adam King — decides to have this group fired and banned from the convention with the help of the convention promoter. This launches the friends on a crusade to bring down King and the promoter in the most epic way imaginable.
The Cinephellas bring you back into the world of C2E2 in Chicago! Including an interview with Sandy King Carpenter of Storm King Comics, Henry Rollins, Cosplay, Panels, and much more!
We want to give a special thanks to C2E2 for having the Cinephellas! See ya’ll next year!
One summer can change everything. Timothée Chalamet gets in over his head in the new trailer for Hot Summer Nights.
Timothée Chalamet stars as a quiet teenager transformed by a gift for drug-slinging in this romantic thriller from filmmaker Elijah Bynum, with Maika Monroe and Alex Roe.
– IN THEATERS AND ON DIRECTV THIS SUMMER –
by Armando Vanegas
The Cloverfield movie series is such an interesting blank check franchise because there’s no shortage of good ideas by making this an anthology series as it gives more freedom for whatever stories that the filmmakers want to tell. I would have been fine if this was one movie about a monster attacking a city but they decided to expand on this and made a great followup in 10 Cloverfield Lane.
by Armando Vanegas
Tyler Perry’s Acrimony stars Taraji P. Henson as Melinda, a woman in a struggling marriage to Robert, an aspiring inventor. After feeling wronged, Melinda attempts to get what she feels she’s owed from Robert by any means necessary. That’s more or less what the story is about but we also learn how these two got together and what led to what went wrong in their marriage. Even though this sounds like something more nuanced or grounded considering who made it, it’s still the same ol Tyler Perry movie but there’s more ridiculousness than usual.