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MaddWolf · 17m ago

Jennifer Titus Accompanies Premiere to Nightmares Film Festival

Actress Jennifer Titus has never been to a horror film festival. Hell, she’s never been to Columbus, but she’s all set to accompany her new film and enjoy Nightmares Film…read more →
MaddWolf · 19h ago

Welcome

Jungle by Hope Madden It is hard to go wrong with a story as viscerally affecting as that of Yossi Ghinsberg, an Israeli who took a year off from his…read more →
MaddWolf · 22h ago

I Don’t Want to Go Out – Week of October 16

The most fun of the year’s superhero movies is finally available to binge at home. Woot! There’s also a quirky indy dramedy and a naughty girls weekend available, but the…read more →
MaddWolf · 3d ago

The Screening Room: Wonder Women, Super Men and One Very Bad Day

Click HERE to join The Screening Room podcast. We talk through The Foreigner, Marshall, Happy Death Day, Professor Marston and the Wonder Women as well as what’s new in home…read more →
MaddWolf · 4d ago

Stranger in Town

The Foreigner by George Wolf Martial arts legend Jackie Chan jumps back into the action genre feet first with The Foreigner, a film with more depth than you might expect.…read more →
MaddWolf · 4d ago

Super More Than Friends

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women by George Wolf My my, turns out Wonder Woman’s lasso was designed for a little bit more than just truth-telling. Writer/director Angela Robinson’s Prof...
MaddWolf · 4d ago

We Are Marshall

Marshall by Hope Madden Thurgood Marshall is among the most fascinating figures in contemporary American history. Too bad his biopic isn’t about him. Marshall, director Reginald Hudlin’s gli...
MaddWolf · 4d ago

And Many More…

Happy Death Day by Hope Madden It’s funny how long it took people to rip off the Groundhog Day conceit—20 years, basically. No one really revisited the “day on repeat”…read more →
MaddWolf · 1W ago

I Don’t Want to Go Out – Week of October 9

More of the best films of the summer roll onto the home screen. More of the crappy ones, too, so choose wisely. Let us help you out – click the…read more →
MaddWolf · 1W ago

Listening for Banjos

When our son Riley was young, sometimes – well, often – my husband George and I were those parents who had no idea what was going on. We never quite…read more →