Naomi Harris


I have another last-minute screening you’ll be interested in! Black and Blue stars Naomi Harris as a rookie cop who inadvertently captures a murder on her body-cam, then realizes it was committed some fellow officers. It looks pretty freaking fantastic, but the screening is TONIGHT! If you’d like to check it out, click HERE to grab your passes then watch the Black and Blue trailer below!
Black and Blue is rated R and opens nationwide 10/25.

Damon & Bale

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Ford v Ferrari” in Dallas, Houston, Austin or San Antonio

Who’s in the mood for a badass race-car movie? Even better, who’d like to watch Matt Damon get punched in the face on the big-screen? You’ll get both in Ford v Ferrari, about a race-car designer and a driver who built a revolutionary car for the Ford Motor Company. It stars Christian Bale and the above-mentioned Matt Damon and looks a little like delicious Oscar-bait. It’s also from director James Mangold, who has delivered Oscar-bait before in the form of Girl, Interrupted, Walk the Line and Logan (which YES was nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay). Best of all, I have passes to FREE SCREENINGS all over Texas! Continue reading →

Harriet Tubman


Is it really possible that Harriet is the first feature-length film about Harriet Tubman? I remember watching a TV miniseries about her life called A Woman Called Moses (starring Cecily Tyson) and Octavia Spencer played her fantastically on Drunk History. Despite this (and her appearance in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter of course), Harriet will be our first chance to see one of America’s greatest heroes on the big screen. So, who wants to see Harriet EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →


FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “The Current War: Director’s Cut” EARLY & FOR FREE

This is odd. Here’s a movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Holland and Nicholas Hoult but it ISN’T a superhero flick. The Current War: Director’s Cut even has Michael Shannon but instead of playing Superman‘s nemesis, this time he plays George Westinghouse. They all come together in The Current War: Director’s Cut, which depicts the race between Westinghouse and Thomas Edison (Cumberbatch) to see who’s vision would power the modern world.
Are you thinking, “Wait a minute? Wasn’t this movie released a few years ago?”
Well, there’s a whole story behind that (which you can read HERE) but director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon won the rights to re-shoot his picture after Harvey Weinstein effectively ruined it. It’s an opportunity rarely given to directors and best of all, I have passes to Free Screenings all over Texas! Continue reading →


FREE SCREENINGS of “Countdown” in Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Houston & New Orleans

Who’s in the mood for a FREE MOVIE??? I’ve got passes to see Countdown, which is about an app that tells you when you’re going to die. Would you even WANT to know? Want to check out Countdown EARLY and FOR FREE? Because I have passes to see it all over Texas (AND New Orleans)! Click HERE to see Countdown in Dallas (actually Southlake), HERE to see Countdown in Austin and HERE to see it in San Antonio. Click HERE to see it in Houston or HERE to see it in New Orleans, then watch the Countdown trailer below. And let us know if it’s SCARY!

Angelina Jolie

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See Disney’s “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil” EARLY & FOR FREE

I remember when I first saw Maleficent in 2014, there was a woman at the screening who cried all through the ending.
Oh wait, that was me. I don’t know why, but the story of her tortured life and Maleficent’s ultimate love for her goddaughter really breaks me down. I think I’ve got a soft spot for Angelina Jolie, too. I see parallels between her real-life reputation and Jolie’s onscreen character, since they’re both as reviled as they are revered. But does she officially hit the dark-side in this film?
So, who wants to see Disney’s Maleficient: Mistress of Evil EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →

Joker Review

MOVIE REVIEW: How Combustible IS “Joker” (& Can Kids See It?)

There are two things you should know before reading my Joker review. Continue reading →

Zombieland 2

FREE MOVIE PASSES: See “Zombieland: Double Tap” EARLY & FOR FREE

There has been an awful lot of complaining about Hollywood’s lack of fresh material lately. Why are they making sequels to everything??? Yes, it’s been a repeated gripe for years, but I bet you won’t hear anyone fussing about Zombieland: Double Tap. So, want to see it EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →

Addams Family


Feel like a movie but the new Joker trailers bum you out too much? Well, take a look at the new animated version of The Addams Family! Yep, they’ve revamped the story of the original goth family and filled it with amazing actors like Charlize Theron, Oscar Isaac and Finn Wolfhard. If you’d like to see The Addams Family EARLY and FOR FREE, Continue reading →

Joker Screening


I feel a little anxious about giving away passes to see Joker, and it has nothing to do with how uncomfortable Joaquin Phoenix makes me feel on any given day. No, Joker makes me anxious because I’ve never screened a movie that the FBI and US Military have issued official warnings about. I don’t know why this particular film feels more dangerous than others, but the FBI thinks Joker has the potential to incite violence and is asking audiences to be especially aware of their surroundings when seeing it. Continue reading →