I hate to admit it, but I don’t read much anymore. I’m about 100 pages into 3 different books at the moment, with no real plans to finish ANY of them. In fact, the last book I loved enough to finish was Where’d You Go, Bernadette so I’m thrilled they’ve made it into a movie! The cast is fantastic as well, with Kristen Wiig, Judy Greer & Lawrence Fishburne joining Cate Blanchett in the title role. Continue reading →
I’m not going to beat around the bush. You need something sweet and life-affirming, right? You’d probably prefer it to be FREE and SOON too. Well, HERE IT IS. I’m giving away 15 pairs of passes (reserved seats) to see The Peanut Butter Falcon, starring Dakota Johnson, Shia LaBeouf and the incredible Zak Gottsagen this Wednesday night! Not familiar with it? Well, watch the trailer below to understand why this is the movie you need RIGHT NOW. Then be one of the first 15 people to write “I NEED THIS MOVIE” in the Comments and a pair of passes to The Peanut Butter Falcon will be yours. Then go watch the trailer again because honestly…you really do need it.
The Peanut Butter Falcon is rated PG-13 and opens in select theaters August 9th.
I love seeing, reviewing and writing about movies but my side-hustle is my guilty pleasure: Ghost stories!
That’s why I started the Haunted AF podcast with my friend Rebekah Black, who also loves a good scary story. We just started Season 2 and have had terrifying TRUE tales, from ghostly voices inside the Lizzy Borden house to what might be actual ghost photos. It’s not all chills though, like this story about a ghost ape who’s really into self-pleasure.
Please subscribe to our podcast at Hauntedaf.com and grab some passes to see Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark while you’re there. Then check out the trailer below. Dang…this looks way scarier than that nasty monkey story!
I’m a parent so I know that we’re reaching the low, dark days of “when the hell does school start again???” Mine are older and I’m out of the kids-hanging-on-you-in-the-pool days, but they still manage to empty the fridge AND bank account on a daily basis. So I feel your pain. That’s why I’m happy to offer FREE PASSES to see The Angry Birds Movie 2! It won’t cost you a thing and you’ll spend 2 blessed hours in a cool theater, where you can repeatedly remind yourself that summer’s almost over. Continue reading →
Where are my Dog Lovers! The Art of Racing in the Rain is about the life lessons of a Formula One race-car driver (played by Milo Ventimiglia), but told from the point-of-view of his Golden Retriever. It’s based on the best-selling novel by Garth Stein and I have passes to Free Screenings ALL OVER TEXAS! Continue reading →
Are you wondering about Disney‘s remake of The Lion King? Well, here’s my review in the form of an analogy.
Remember the time you went to see that band you loved in concert? You waited all night to hear your favorite song but when they started playing it, you realized it was a brand new version? Continue reading →
There’s so much greatness going on in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Brad Pitt is a stunt-double to Leonardo DiCaprio’s aging movie-star. Margot Robbie plays Sharon Tate as the Manson Family starts their murder-spree and, my goodness is that Dakota Fanning as Squeaky Fromme? Quentin Tarantino’s at the helm of it all, so you know this movie will take some unexpected (but hopefully fantastic) turns. So, who wants to see Once Upon a Time in Hollywood EARLY and FOR FREE? Continue reading →
Who’s up for a free movie? I sure could use one, seeing that we’re only a few weeks into summer and I’m already out of cash. Lucky for us, I have passes to see Stuber, about an Uber driver (Kumail Nanjiani) who picks up a short-tempered cop (Dave Bautista) on a mission. Continue reading →
Imagine being the first Marvel film released AFTER Avengers: Endgame.
It almost isn’t fair, is it? Following on the heels of a film that brought all of our favorite superheros together (and even took some away) would be an enormous challenge for any picture, but especially one that had such deep connections to one of the departed (I’m just now realizing how hard it will be to write this review without any A) Spider-Man: Far From Home or B) Avengers: Endgame spoilers). Continue reading →
Things simply don’t exist anymore in the world of Yesterday.
It all started the night a blackout occurred and caused struggling musician Jack Malik (Himesh Patel) to be hit by a bus. Everything in the world has progressed like normal since, but without certain iconic things…like The Beatles. Jack Malik appears to be the only person who remembers them, so he does what any struggling musician would do:
He claims those songs for his own and enjoys almost instant fame.
It doesn’t come without a price though. Continue reading →