Judas and the Black Messiah is one of the best films of the year. With stunning direction by Shaka King and pitch perfect performances by Lakeith Stanfield, Daniel Kaluya and the incredible Martin Sheen, as the ruthless J. Edgar Hoover, this film is not to be missed.
Since 2020 felt like we are already living in the Twilight Zone, we hardly need to watch the marathon this year. But for those, like me, that need a little tradition to cap off this crazy year, here is the schedule to this year’s SYFY Twilight Zone marathon.
One of the best films of 2020 so far, The Invisible Man is perfect and an instant film noir classic. A rollercoaster of a film, it is twisty, unpredictable, frightening, thrilling and smart with great performances, particularly from Moss. Catch it now on HBO or On Demand.
This year, with so many of us sick Earth Day has a special meaning for me. Disney released their annual Earth Day film as a double feature on their streaming platform Disney+ on April 3rd. So I am spending the day watching the new films plus some from the companion network, National Geographic.
Although February is usually the slow time of year for films, there are still some great films opening. I am particularly looking forward to all the horror films, including the amazing reboot of “The Invisible Man” opening this month. It is also a great time to catch up on the films you have missed, particularly the ones that have won awards. Here’s what to see.
Downton Abbey a complete delight. This is a wonderous standalone story for both fans and newcomers to the story. You do not have to have watched the series or know the characters to appreciate and enjoy the film. This is the first fall must-see.