Archive for the ‘INDEPENDENT FILMS’ Category

TRAILER TUESDAY: Foxcatcher, Miss Meadows, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Pt1 & MORE!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAYS and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

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“Rudderless” Life Off Course (Film Review)

  Taking a turn at directing William H. Macy offers a nicely acted drama with music and a little comedy called Rudderless. The indie movie, targeted for the adult crowd, takes you into the life of a family man who has to deal with the tragic loss of is son. It’s a gripping story that […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: Tomorrowland, Big Hero 6, Focus, A Merry Friggin’ Christmas and MORE!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAYS and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

Hollywood’s Crystal Ball – Predicting the Future of Technology in Movies

The argument could easily be made that some of the most creative and innovative thinkers are sci-fi writers and filmmakers. In the recesses of their minds are some of the most interesting, farfetched, and technologically advanced ideas. Think of books like 2001: A Space Odyssey, or films like Star Wars or Star Trek – the […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: Inside Out, John Wick, Interstellar, Horrible Bosses 2, Black Sea & MORE!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAYS and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

Check out the Drew Struzan Movie Poster & Trailer for “SEXINA” (Coming to DVD on 10/21)

Our good pal Erik Sharkey who brought us the documentary “Drew the Man Behind the Poster“, now offers up to us the trailer and the poster, designed by Drew Struzan himself, for the campy, super-hero comedy called “Sexina”. Coming to DVD on Oct 21st from Wild Eye Releasing, Sexina is the world’s hottest teen pop star, […]

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“The Good Lie” a Shocking view of Inhumanity (Film Review)

  A heartwarming and heartbreaking story of humanity in the face of adversity both in their original elements and in America, The Good Lie recalls the sorrow and travesty of the Sudanese children caught up in war.  The film stuns with disbelief, but it’s true and opens the doors to a view so bold it […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: Taken 3, Jupiter Ascending, Big Hero 6, The Wedding Ringer, Predestination & More!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAY and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of what’s […]

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“The Boxtrolls” a Fun Family Film that Rocks (Film Review)

  A nice surprise for youngsters The Boxtrolls has ended the drought of animated family features for 2014.  The sweet film takes youngsters on an adventure like never before.  From a story based on the graphic novel “Here Be Monsters” by Alan Snow, the movie version can’t come at a better time on the eve […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: The Judge, Big Eyes, The Interview, Low Down, Red Army and MORE!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAY and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

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“My Old Lady” a Poignant Love Story (Film Review)

  Writer and actor Israel Horovitz adds a second film to his directorial credits with My Old Lady. Originally written and produced for the stage, he has released the work as a film with brilliant cinematography and freedom to use a wider variety of settings. The movie stars Dame Maggie Smith, Kevin Kline and Kristin […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: John Wick, Dead Snow 2, Serena, Hunger Games: Mockingjay Pt.1 and MORE!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAY and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

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“The Drop” A Gripping Crime Drama (Film Review)

  Probably the darkest crime drama’s you’ll see this year and that’s a good thing.  The film The Drop takes you into the hazy world of crime that has only one way out, a body bag.  Stellar acting, fine executed direction and a suspense filled plot that will keep you glued to the screen.  The […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: Horrible Bosses 2, Fury, The Equalizer, The Boy Next Door and MORE!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAYS and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: Dracula Untold, Foxcatcher, Horns, The Pyramid, Exists and MORE!!!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAYS and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

SEQUEL-TITLE-ITIS part 1: The epidemic of giving bad titles to good (and not-so-good) sequels.

UrbanDictionary.com defines Sequelitis as, “A medical condition propagated by a combination of commercial success and creative ineptitude.” This epidemic has plagued Hollywood for nearly a century, starting with The Fall of a Nation (1916), the forgotten follow-up to D.W. Griffith’s popular The Birth of a Nation (1915). This inspired sequels in every genre, from historical […]

TRAILER TUESDAY: Rudderless, The Babadook, Mortdecai, Men Women & Children and MORE!

Instead of bouncing around the net trying to find the latest trailers for the hottest films, just drop by Beyond the Marquee on TRAILER TUESDAYS and we’ll load you up with what you need. Whether it’s the latest Hollywood blockbuster movie or mind-provoking independent film, we always have a fun mix of the best of […]

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“What If” Romance with a Twist (Film Review)

Light and fun, the movie What If  opens in theaters as a whimsical tale of romance with comedy.  The theme has been used many times over the years, but this fresh new look at Daniel Radcliffe with Zoe Kazan is a reason to see the plot once more. Its Harry Potter meets Ruby Sparks and the chemistry […]

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“Magic in the Moonlight” Woody Returns to Romance (Film Review)

Returning to his romance formula, Woody Allen puts a little enchantment in his newest film, Magic in the Moonlight.  The film has a bewitching cast and the story to match.  Using some interesting twists, that just when you think that Allen has missed the mark and his film’s predictable, the door opens on another chapter.  Maybe […]

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“The Last Sentence” an Act of Selfless Bravery (Foreign Film Review)

The pen is mightier than the sword as proven in WWII when journalist Torgny Segerstedt stood up against the Nazis. The Swedish film, The Last Sentence, tells the true story of a man who defied Hitler and convinced Sweden’s prime minister to not cave in to the evil Nazi Empire that was taking over Scandinavia. Even […]

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