Tag Archives: Ed Harris

Coming Soon: ‘CREEPSHOW’ (1982) Collector’s Edition 4K UHD Blu-Ray

Coming soon from Scream Factory and director George A. Romero: Creepshow Collector’s Edition 4K UHD Blu-ray combo pack. From The Press Release Available for the first time being released in 4K UHD™ format, this highly anticipated release features a new 4K scan (2023) from the original camera negative in Dolby …

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New Screens Announced For Terrence Martin and Dominique Braun’s ‘Get Away If You Can’

It was previously announced that Get Away If You Can, a thriller directed by Dominique Braun and Terrence Martin, is being released on August 19, 2022, at select theaters and on digital. We’ve recently learned that several more screens have been added, including in Philadelphia, Denver, and Chicago! Get Away If …

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Coming Soon to Select Theaters and Digital: Dominque Braun and Terrence Martin’s ‘Get Away if You Can’

Coming soon to select theaters and on Digital is an exciting new thriller directed by Dominque Braun and Terrence Martin (The Donner Party) called Get Away if You Can. The film stars Ed Harris (Apollo 13), Riley Smith (Gallowwalkers), and Martina Gusman (Leonera). It will be available on August 19, …

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Mother! – A Movie Layered in Symbolism

“Seeing is believing.” Mother! is indeed one of the best movies of 2017. There are so many hidden layers that have great symbolism behind them, and I personally feel that it is imperative to share these meanings to better understand the complexity of this masterful movie. Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! is …

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Mother! (2017) A Heart Wrenching Film Review

I am not one of those people that likes to go to see a film in the theaters more than once. I actually don’t think I’ve repeatedly seen a film on the big screen since Freddy vs. Jason. Even then I didn’t go because I thought it was an amazing …

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Creepshow (1982): Romero, King and Savini’s Stylish Revenge Stories – Retro Review


Revenge is a tried and true theme in the arts, and horror cinema is no exception. Enter the world of Creepshow (1982). Written by Stephen King, directed by George A. Romero, and with practical effects by Tom Savini, Creepshow illustrates what can happen when horror icons unite. Seriously, a team like …

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