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11 of the best South Korean movies and TV shows to stream on Netflix right now – Insider

South Korean TV shows and movies are gaining popularity on Netflix. The thriller “#Alive” was ranked fourth in the Netflix US Top 10 list a day after its release.  The popularity of Netflix K-dramas is an extension of the “Korean Wave” phenomenon. Here are 11 South Korean shows and movies that US audiences can stream […]

Kowloon announces Halloween movies for upcoming drive-in screenings

SAUGUS, MASS. (WHDH) – The Kowloon Restaurant on Monday announced that it will be screening a pair of iconic Halloween movies at its drive-in theater in Saugus this week. The eatery on Route 1 says it will screen “Scream” on Thursday and “Gremlins” on Friday. Doors for both movies open at 5:30 p.m. and showtime […]

Bob at the Movies: ‘Fatima’

By Bob Garver Like “The Secret: Dare to Dream” from a few weeks ago, “Fatima” has been sitting at the top of my cable system’s New Releases section for what seems like months now. Like “The Secret: Dare to Dream,” “Fatima” tells of a spiritual journey, though it’s a much more recognizable form of spirituality […]

Movies playing in Southeast Michigan, new releases Oct. 21

Theaters are open at 20-percent occupancy in Southeast Michigan, as of Oct. 9. The following list includes movies available at local theaters, and movies that are available to watch through online streaming subscription services including: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Hulu, Vudu, FandangoNow, YouTube, Disney+, HBO Max and more. New releases, at theaters • […]

Screamfest classic and comedy horror films leads array of pre-Halloween movies

It might be time to talk about the “Z word.” That’s one of the messages of the mockumentary “What Doesn’t Kill Us,” one of several comedy horror films in Screamfest, which runs at Zeitgeist Theatre Lounge Oct. 23-25. Screamfest’s lineup includes two feature movies and a few short films per night. A couple of the […]

Social Dilemma: With theaters reopening, will you go to the movies?

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) — Monday’s 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma came about after Jaime received several emails over the weekend about movie theaters reopening here in NYS. Emails from Jackie, Bryan and Kent all basically had the same theme.  “Now that movie theaters are set to reopen this Friday in NYS, do you feel safe going […]

At the Movies: ‘Friendsgiving’ arrives in theaters

FAIRFIELD — New releases are slowly trickling into theaters that are open. “After We Collided” is based on the 2014 romance novel of the same name. It follows the love life of two young adults. It’s rated R. “Friendsgiving” kicks off a run of holiday movies. The plot centers on a woman looking forward to […]

Movies with legs: 11 unexpected cinematic spider infestations

Yes, it’s an incredibly famous fantasy epic that has entertained young and old for generations, its timeless appeal endures, blah blah blah. If you’ve never read J.R.R. Tolkien’s classic trilogy about plucky hobbits, enigmatic elves, fallible men, and one ring to rule them all (and somehow avoided encountering The Hobbit in either book or animated […]

The Future of Movies After COVID-19 – The Siskiyou

Photo by Emily Perry Last summer, I worked at a movie theater during one of the hottest premiere times in cinema. I witnessed the opening weekends of It: Chapter Two, Toy Story 4, the “live action” Lion King, even Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I really loved working there, and not just for the discounted snacks and free […]

Leonardo DiCaprio Reveals What the Most Frightening Thing About Making Movies Is — ‘You’re Powerless to That’

It may come as a surprise that an actor as talented and experienced as Leonardo DiCaprio still gets nervous when making movies, but according to the Oscar-winning actor, that’s very much the case. In a resurfaced interview promoting The Great Gatsby, the iconic actor shared what the scariest thing about making movies is for him.  […]