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Slaughter Sinema Premieres This Fall at Halloween Horror Nights

Mike Phalin
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Universal Orlando’s 2018 Halloween Horror Nights is going to be the biggest event to date with more houses than any of the previous years. We’ve already learned about the major IPs coming to HHN (Stranger Things and Trick ‘r Treat), but every year there are always a number of original houses that vary in themes. […]

Halloween Horror Nights 25 Review: ‘The Walking Dead,’ ‘Insidious,’ and So Much More!

Director Steve Mitchell Talks ‘King Cohen’

Mike Phalin
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I would personally describe writer/director/producer Larry Cohen as the juggernaut of cinema. The man’s prospectus spans nearly sixty years and who’s credits include some of the most memorable installments in the entertainment industry such as It’s Alive, The Stuff, Maniac Cop, and the excellent (if not short lived) Coronet Blue. With so many works under […]

FanBolt Attends ‘Think Like A Man Too’ Premiere in Atlanta

Production Begins on ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ – First Look Images Released!

Emma Loggins
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Fast forward to the 1980s as Wonder Woman’s next big screen adventure finds her facing an all-new foe: The Cheetah! We’re super excited to announce that principal photography is underway on Warner Bros. Pictures’ follow up to the Super Hero’s first outing (and best super hero film to date in our opinion), last summer’s record-breaking […]

‘Breaking Bad’ Director Michelle MacLaren May Helm Wonder Woman Film

‘The First Purge’ Screening Passes – Free Passes for Atlanta Screening

Emma Loggins
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Live in Atlanta? We’ve got free movie screening passes for you for The First Purge (Starring Y’Lan Noel, Lex Scott Davis, Joivan Wade, Steve Harris, and Marisa Tomei) for Monday, July 2nd! All you need to enter to win tickets is: Leave a comment below saying you want to see the film Like us on […]

‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ Screening Passes – Free Passes for Atlanta Screening

A Look at Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s Cinebash with Shellie Schmals and Danny Davis

Emma Loggins
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Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is launching a first-of-its-kind event that marries movies, immersive art installations and food. The event, Cinebash, translates literally to a “film party,” that celebrates Jewish cinema through multimedia art forms. The inaugural event will blend food, music, and other production elements for an unforgettable evening. The 2018 edition of Cinebash will […]

‘A Celebration of Harry Potter’ Is Returning to Universal Orlando Resort

The Lighthouse – A Tragedy on the Smalls

Mike Phalin
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For all the mysterious deaths and tragic events that have happened at lighthouses during the past couple hundred years, one would think that more films would emerge to exploit the creepiness that comes naturally from the isolated beacons at sea. Both the Eddystone and Small Lighthouses have a cast to their beauty, a solemn veil […]

‘Once Upon A Time’ Star Jamie Dornan Lands Lead In ‘Fifty Shades Of Grey’

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Review: A Fun, Yet Unnecessary, Dive into the ‘Star Wars’ Universe

Davis Smedley
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Solo: A Star Wars Story is currently in theaters and is directed by Ron Howard, after previously being directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller. Unlike the previous recent Star Wars films, this film actually garnered a lot of bad attention before release. This was mainly due to the fact that the project’s original directors […]

‘Star Wars’ Has Started Filming

Actress Katie Burgess and Director Ryan Bellgardt Talk ‘Jurassic Games’

Mike Phalin
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I’ve worked in this industry for nearly two decades. Over the years, the process of screening films for reviews, interviews, or podcasts has not really changed. It used to be boxes of DVDs. Then it was boxes of Blu-rays. Now it is inboxes full of Vimeo links. Regardless, there’s always that twinge of angst that […]

FanBolt Attends ‘Think Like A Man Too’ Premiere in Atlanta

Actor and Voice-Over Artist Malcolm Ray Talks Acting and New Media

Mike Phalin
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Actor, voice-over artist, and Channel Awesome staple Malcolm Ray dedicated some of his time this week to talk about working in the industry and the impact ‘new media’ has on it. During our hour long discussion about the entertainment industry, we pick apart the risks and rewards associated with the craft. What struggles does one […]

Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz Talk ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’