Terry Dale Parks talks about roles in “Terminator Genisys” and “Maze Runner: The Scorch”


“Terminator Genisys” and “Maze Runner: The Scorch”

Film Review “Terminator Genisys”


An amazing twist on an old story, “Terminator Genisys” is a film bursting with action and surprises

Blu-ray Review “A MusiCares Tribute to Carole King”


“A MusiCares Tribute to Carole King” is the film presentation of those performances which in include appearance by LeAnn Rimes, Gloria Estefan, James Taylor and Lady Gaga just to name a few

Blu-ray Review “The Decline of Western Civilization Collection”


Fans of both music and gritty documentaries will certainly want to check out this release

From a writer and producer of “Sushi Girl” comes “The Unwanted”, Now Crowdfunding!


Inspired by gripping true events, “The Unwanted” is a frightening supernatural thriller that examines a haunted hotel years after a horrifying incident occurred.

Film Review “Ted 2″


As funny as the first film, though a little slow towards the end, “Ted 2” is everything you were probably expecting and more.

DVD Review “Debug”


Doesn’t deliver anything new to the genre, so this one falls into the file and forget category for me.

Film Review “The Connection”


A first rate thriller, “The Connection” excels because co-writer and director Jimenez has chosen to show both main characters in their entirety

Blu-ray Review “Time Lapse”


“Time Lapse” is a really neat sci-fi horror thriller with a cool time travel angle twisted in

Film Review “Inside Out”


Like most PIXAR/Disney films, “Inside Out” is technically brilliant

Blu-ray Review “The Cat Returns”


The film featured a fantastic US voice cast including Anne Hathaway, Cary Elwes, Tim Curry, and Elliott Gould.

Blu-ray Review “Spirited Away”


“Spirited Away” is one of my all-time favorite films

Blu-ray Review “Unfinished Business”


This should have been called “Unfunny Business” since there wasn’t a single joke in the entire film that I even cracked a smile for

Blu-ray Review “Kingsman: The Secret Service”


One of the best surprises I have seen so far this year, don’t miss it.

Dean Cain talks about new film “Vendetta” and “Supergirl” TV series


“Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman”

Michael Madsen talks about “The Hateful Eight” and the possibility of a “Vega Brothers” movie

RESERVOIR DOGS, Michael Madsen, 1992

Star of Reservoir Dogs, Thelma & Louise, Species, Kill Bill, Sin City

Film Review “Jurassic World”


“Jurassic World” far exceeds expectations with a fun cast and exciting story.

Blu-ray/CD Review “Melissa Etheridge: A Little Bit of Me: Live In L.A.”

A Little Bit of Me

With Etheridge’s last live release clocking in at over 2 hrs. and packed with bonus footage there was certainly something’s left to be desired.

Exclusive Deleted Scene from Vince Vaughn’s “Unfinished Business”, Blu-ray Available June 16th


Unfinished Business arrives on Digital HD on May 29 and DVD/Blu-ray on June 16.

Film Review “Spy”


A true comedy adventure, “Spy” is Melissa McCarthy at her best.

Blu-ray Review “Boardwalk Empire: The Complete Series”


“Boardwalk Empire: The Complete Series” is bringing this show to Blu-ray with all previously released extras and also an exclusive disc packed with additional never-before-seen content.

Blu-ray Review “The Wire: The Complete Series”


Easily ranks as one of the best original drama series produced by HBO

Film Review “Entourage”


“Entourage” is a difficult movie to love, but an easy movie to hate

Blu-ray Review “Let Us Prey”


The movie has a cool kinda mysterious feel to it right from the beginning but never shows its full potential.

DVD Review “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Minnie’s Pet Salon”


“Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” has always been one of my favorite shows to watch with my daughter ever since she was born

Film Review “San Andreas”


Does manage to entertain when it really, really wants to, but it fades into forgotten passages of the disaster movie history books.

3D Blu-ray Review “Jupiter Ascending 3D”


Maybe a little too ambitious but still a really cool looking flick and entertaining flick

Blu-ray Review “Focus”


Will Smith really hasn’t delivered box office gold recently after “Men in Black 3″ and “After Earth”, unfortunately “Focus” isn’t the winner that we were all hoping for either.

DVD Review “Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Best in Show”


My daughter is in love with this show and rocks out totally to this series’ opening song

Film Review “Tomorrowland”


One of the drawbacks to the film is the length. Director Bird seems so intent on dazzling the audience that he seems to have lost his watch.

Film Review “American Rescue Squad”


If you don’t have a rod up your butt, you should be able to chuckle every once and a while

Kodi Smit-McPhee and John Maclean have an in-depth talk about “Slow West”


An exclusive discussion with the director and the star of the upcoming X-men Apocalypse about Slow West, now in theaters.

Film Review “Pitch Perfect 2″


Get ready folks, the Bellas are back! And they’re just as ACA-funny as they were the first time

Film Review “Mad Max: Fury Road”


“Fury Road” is a hot, violent, fever dream in the dunes of despair

Luke Hemsworth talks about “Infini” and new HBO series “Westworld”


“Kill Me Three Times”, upcoming HBO series “Westworld”

Olivia Wilde and Reed Morano discuss the film “Meadowland”


Actor and director (respectively) discuss film at Tribeca Film Festival

Film Review “Radio America”


Written by first time director Showerman, “Radio America” is a film that tells the familiar message of doing what you want because you WANT to, not because you have too

Film Review “Hot Pursuit”


A hilarious mixture of “The Defiant Ones” and “Midnight Run”

Digital HD Review “The Pyramid”


The ending was actually not expected but also at the same time a little over-the-top

Lake Bell chats about “Man Up” along with director Ben Palmer and writer Tess Morris at Tribeca Film Festival


Lake Bell and the minds behind the hilarious new romcom on the red carpet.

Director John Maclean and Stars Kodi Smit-McPhee and Ben Mendelsohn talk about “Slow West”


Interviews from the red carpet Tribeca premiere of Maclean’s western

DVD Review “Sonic Highways”


From start to finish “Sonic Highways” is everything I want from a documentary of this type

Blu-ray Review “The Marine 4: Moving Target”


Who knew that this would turn into a four film franchise that is actually not that bad

MovieMike Writes “Jaws” Retrospective for Horrhound Magazine


If you’re a fan of this site then you know that the Mike’s are huge “Jaws” fans. Horrorhound magazine knew this and they asked our own MovieMike to write a “Jaws” retrospective article for their 40th Anniversary Cover story.

Film Review “Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron”


“Age of Ultron” is more of everything, an often wow-inducing spectacle that leaves our heroes on intriguing and unstable grounds.

2015 Tribeca Film Festival Red Carpet Interviews


Red Carpet coverage and interviews from New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival

Terry Gilliam discusses Monty Python at Tribeca Film Festival


Iconic British comedy group reunited to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”

Director Jeppe Rønde and star Hannah Murray talk about “Bridgend” at Tribeca Film Festival


Jeppe Rønde, director of “Bridgend” and Hannah Murray star of “Game of Thrones” (Gilly)

Martin McCann, Olwen Fouere and Mia Goth talk about “The Survivalist” at Tribeca Film Festival


Stars of “The Survivalist” talk about their post-apocalypse drama

RiffTrax Live! discuss “The Room” on the Tribeca Red Carpet


The voices behind “Mystery Science Theater 3000″ riff on “The Room”

Film Review “The Water Diviner”

The Water Diviner

“The Water Diviner” is a first rate classic that’s sure to be remembered come Oscar time.

Film Review “Little Boy”


“Little Boy” has its heart in the right place, but it goes about showing it’s tenderness in the wrong way

Tribeca Film Festival Review “Misery Loves Comedy”


Star-studded but tedious documentary that lacks the depth suggested by its thesis.

Film Review “Age of Summerhood”


A cross between “Meatballs” and “Stand by Me,” “Age of Summerhood” makes great use of its outdoor locations to show kids as they are rarely portrayed on screen: as kids.

Film Review “The Walking Deceased”

The Walking Deceased

If this movie somehow winds up in your hands. Burn it.

Blu-ray Review “Inherent Vice”


It is rare that I literally turn a film off mid-way through but that was the case here.

Blu-ray Review “The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death”


“The Woman in Black” wasn’t a film that I was screaming for a sequel

DVD Review “Bad Asses on the Bayou”


This guys may be older but like the title suggests, they can still are bad ass.

DVD Review “My Little Pony Tales: The Complete Classic TV Series”


The quality of the episodes honestly aren’t spectacular. Like the Complete Collection of the original 1980’s “My Little Pony” series, released from Shout! last year, it is really subpar

Blu-ray Review “Escape from New York: Collector’s Edition”


This film was previously released in 2010, but this new Collector’s Edition includes a new 2K scan of the inter-positive, struck from the original negative and a butt-load of new special features

Jamie Bamber talks about new role in “John Doe: Vigilante”

Jamie Bamber

Apollo on the acclaimed television series “Battlestar Galactica”

Tribeca Film Festival Review “Man Up”

Nancy (Lake Bell) in Ben Palmer’s Man Up

A fantastically wild night out in London with Lake Bell and Simon Pegg

Tribeca Film Festival Review “The Survivalist”

Survivalist, Martin McCannPhotographer: Helen Sloan

A tense, no-nonsense post-apocalypse thriller

Film Review “Unfriended”


“Unfriended” is something that’s better for a short film format, but it’s trapped in a bloated feature length movie.

Bob Gale reflects on working with Robert Zemeckis on the “Back to the Future” series

Bob Gale 2

Co-writer of “Back to the Future Part I-III”

DVD Review “John Doe: Vigilante”

John Doe Vigilante

A violent film with a compelling message, “John Doe: Vigilante” is a well made, thought provoking film that asks viewers to put away their black and white definitions of right and wrong and truly ask themselves “what would you do?”

Film Review “True Story”


A film with performances much better than its material

Tribeca Film Festival Review “Slow West”


An unexpectedly quirky entry into the western genre

Film Review “20 Years of Madness”

20 Years of Madness

A truly interesting documentary about the passion for creation and the naivete of the teen-age mind.

Blu-ray Review “Batman vs. Robin”


“Batman vs. Robin” is the latest DC Universe animated original movie, based on Scott Snyder and and Greg Capullo’s “Court Of Owls” story.

Blu-ray Review “The Wedding Ringer”


The duo are funny together but the film itself is quite forgettable and what I call a one-timer

Film Review “The Longest Ride”

The Longest Ride

“The Longest Ride” is the most painfully long romance movies I’ve seen

Film Review “Woman in Gold”


Sharply directed by Simon Curtis, the film is an intriguing mystery as, little by little, more and more information comes across the viewer’s desk

Luke Hemsworth discusses new film “Kill Me Three Times”


The eldest acting Hemsworth shares about his new Aussie thriller and upcoming projects.

Disney, Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox Announce The Star Wars Digital Movie Collection


The most iconic movie collection of all time becomes available for the first time on Digital HD on April 10, 2015 – Now the Force will be with you – everywhere!

Explore the Universe When “Jupiter Ascending” Arrives onto Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD on June 2 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment


Blu-ray and Digital HD include earth-shattering extras: Jupiter Jones: Destiny Is Within Us, Jupiter Ascending: Genetically Spliced and many more!

Linkin Park’s Joe Hahn talks about directing the film “Mall”


DJ in rock band Linkin Park

A Conversation with the Creator and Stars of New Film “5 to 7″


Interviews with actors Anton Yelchin (“Star Trek”), Berenice Marlohe (“Skyfall”) and writer Victor Levin (“Mad Men”)

Film Review “5 to 7″


Cleverly acted by a cast that truly believes in the material

Film Review “Furious 7″


If your idea of fun is watching cars parachute out of a plane and attack like a swarm of Navy SEALS or a car driving through three skyscrapers, then “Furious 7” is going to make your pants explode

Blu-ray Review “A MusiCares Tribute to Paul McCartney”


“A MusiCares Tribute to Paul McCartney” is a collection of never-before-seen performances by a slate of all-star artists ranging from Alicia Keys and Coldplay to Neil Young, James Taylor and McCarty himself

Comedy Classic “Some Like it Hot” Heading to Omaha


The film will be screened on Friday, April 24, 2015 at the beautiful Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska.

DVD Review “Mortal Kombat: Conquest – The Complete Series”


It has been over 15 years, since I have last seen this show and it honestly hasn’t gotten any better.

DVD Review “The Rewrite”


The cast is diverse and quite funny

Blu-ray Review “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar”


Did I mention that Morgan Freeman narrates this film?

Blu-ray Review “Interstellar”


The visuals were definitely impressive but the story was way too convoluted for me and it never came together for me in the end.

Blu-ray Review “Veep: The Complete Third Season”


I really hope that HBO keeps this show rolling for years to come because I know that this show will only get better and better

Blu-ray Review “Silicon Valley: The Complete First Season”

silicon valley

“Silicon Valley” is an awkward, funny and very sarcastic comedy

3D Blu-ray Review “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies”


“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” is easily the weakest entry in Peter Jackson’s entire six-chapter saga.

DVD Reviews “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!” New Releases


“The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!” is not only fun, it is also extremely education

Film Review “It Follows”


It’s creepy, it’s funny, and it’ll make you talk

Film Review “Home”


“Home” is obviously setting its sights on the children in the audience, with very few inside jokes for adults

Film Review “Get Hard”


Outrageously funny, though often bordering on bad taste

Blu-ray Review “The Babadook”


This film is near perfect and much deeper that you would expect from a typical horror flick.

Blu-ray Review “Into the Woods”


The first and second act were actually decent but the third absolutely ruined the film for me and it dragged on for what felt like forever.

Film Review “Insurgent”


“Insurgent” is as predictable as it is vapid

Film Review “The Gunman”


Heavy on the gunfire and light on believability, “The Gunman” is a nice looking yet unsatisfying film barely kept afloat by its star

Film Review “Backcountry”


A chilling but contrived woodland thriller to do for camping what Open Water did for snorkling trips

Film Review “Spring”


“Spring” is a movie that is barely – just barely – saved by its beautiful scenery

Film Review “Cinderella (2015)”


It’s a well-made, guilty pleasure for Disneyphiles and a refreshing blast from Disney’s treasured past for everyone else