In Olivia Twist, the Charles Dickens’ Victoria-era classic never, ever looked so steampunkishly cool – or so modern in flavor!
The dream of the ’90s is alive at Sony and to prove it, the company is releasing PlayStation Classic, a smaller version of their original game console.
This week’s Heroes and Villains sees E.A. Henson take on the role of the cool adult from a modestly budgeted after school special with looks at The Alcoholic and Burnouts.
Ahoy ye landlubbers! An’ has Th’ Leftscape ever got a show fer ye! Lend us yer ears as Dread Pirate Wendy, Bloody Mary, an’ Robin El Terrible tell ye a tale. . .
If you’ve always wanted a peek into the mind of Venture Bros.’ composer JG Thirlwell, you’re in luck.
Killing is a movie featuring samurais that isn’t so much of a samurai movie as it is a Shinya Tsukamoto movie that has samurais in it.
It’s here – the first trailer for ‘Marvel’s Captain Marvel’ has arrived, featuring Brie Larson as Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel.
In The Week in Horror, Tim Murr looks at the weekend numbers for Mandy, The Predator, and The Nun, and shares the practical news about Swamp Thing.
Claire Foy totally looks the part of Lisbeth Salander in the new trailer for The Girl In The Spider’s Web.
Well, here’s the deal. The Predator as a franchise just doesn’t appeal to a mass audience. That’s it.
This week, The Leftscape takes an unexpected vacation from political news to catch up on a personal update as Mary McGinley, Wendy Sheridan, and Robin Renée talk about Mary’s Labor Day Weekend mishap.
Set in the early days of the American frontier, The Wind feels like an intriguing short stretched out to feature film length.
In the tradition of movies such as Reservoir Dogs and Free Fire, The Standoff at Sparrow Creek is a lesson in the right way to do a micro-budget feature.