Daphne and Velma is out today on Blu-ray, Digital, and DVD from Warner Bros Home Entertainment and we’re giving away a copy of the movie to one lucky follower! Let us know who your favorite Scooby Doo character is and why. Also, don’t forget to use #PhellasGiveAway when posting and we’ll announce the winner (U.S. Residents ONLY) on Tuesday, May 29th at 7 pm CST.
Jinkies! The smart and resourceful women of the iconic Scooby-Doo franchise, come to life in an all-new mystery with the release of Daphne & Velma from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The film stars Sarah Jeffery (Disney’s “Descendants: Wicked World”) and Sarah Gilman (ABC’s “Last Man Standing”), and follows the first mystery-solving adventures of Scooby-Doo’s leading ladies.
Michael C. Hall is back! Logan Myerz reviews the first season of Safe now streaming on Netflix.
“After his daughter goes missing, a widower begins uncovering the dark secrets of the people closest to him.”
Logan Myerz stocks up on Wade Wilson’s chimichangas and reviews Deadpool 2.
Margot Robbie and Mike Myers go Film Noir in ‘Terminal’
by Nile Fortner
Terminal stars Margot Robbie who is fresh off of the Academy Award-winning film I, Tonya, and is a stylish film focusing on the intertwining of characters and stories. The movie follows the intertwining of assassins, a fatally-ill teacher, a janitor, and a waitress whom all have an agenda of a murderous plan. Robbie kills people in a very stylish way and wears incredibly nice clothes, kills people, and looks damn fine doing it.
by Armando Vanegas
Simultaneously charming and depressing, Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs will find a way to stick with you long after the credits roll. While it might not reach the levels of Rushmore or Moonrise Kingdom, Anderson still manages to utilize his trademark style into a unique and entertaining experience. The movie follows a group of dogs in a dystopian future version of Japan and isolated by the evil new mayor on a trash island literally called “Trash Island,” after an outbreak of a dog flu virus in the city. When Atari, a young Japanese boy, gets stuck on the island while looking for his own dog, the other dogs agree to help him, including the cynical Chief.
RLJE Films celebrated the World Premiere of TERMINAL on Tuesday, May 8th at the Arclight Hollywood. The After Party was hosted at the Escape Hotel with SVEDKA Vodka in Hollywood.
Logan Myerz reviews McG’s Horror/Comedy The Babysitter that is currently available on Netflix.