A while back, Robert Englund did an interview in which he gave his own idea for a new Nightmare on Elm Street movie. [otw_shortcode_quote border_style=”bordered”]If I was in control of my own Nightmare on Elm Street movie, I have an idea I would have liked to see. I thought it would be great if the […]
The following is a treatment for a Space Ghost movie that makes use of both the original cartoon series and Coast to Coast to present a past his prime, down on his luck Space Ghost set in modern day Los Angeles. While I never got a chance to watch either Space Ghost cartoon series when […]
In easily my laziest effort to date (and that’s saying something), I review Toys, starring Robin Williams and available on Netflix!
On this episode of The Nightly Chill, I angrily review The Angry Birds Movie.
Sam Jackson is a retired blues musician-turned-farmer struggling with the aftermath of his wife’s infidelity. Christina Ricci is a young local girl with severe addiction issues who finds herself left for dead after a heavy night of partying. And when the two crosspaths, they soon discover they need one another if they’re going to have […]
Tonight we take a look at Disney’s Zootopia, which sees a young bunny head to the big city to live out her dream of being a police officer.
On this episode of The Nightly Chill we’re taking a look at White Rabbit, in which a young man struggles to navigate the cold and often cruel world of small town America. But what happens when he’s finally pushed too far?
On this special episode of The Nightly Chill: Cinematico Magnifico presents the Top 10 Netflix Family Movies currently available to entertain you and your family this Thanksgiving weekend! For the impatient, the list is below. Spoilers for a top 10 list. 1. Chef 2. What About Bob? 3. Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure 4. Tarzan 5. Under […]
On this ep of The Nightly Chill: True Memoirs of an International Assassin sees Kevin James as a would-be author whose spy novel is accidentally published as non-fiction, which somehow sees him abducted and forced to participate in an on-going Venezuelan civil war.
In tonight’s episode, we take a look at Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday, which sees Paul Reubens’ return to the character after nearly 25 years!
Our movie tonight is Beasts of No Nation, in which we get a heavy look into the harsh, brutal life of one boy in a war-torn African nation.
After confronting her cheating husband about his current affair, a woman takes out her anger on their teenage son. And she does so in one of the most horrifying ways possible: by carving off the boy’s penis. What follows is a bizarre, dialog-free tale of three people struggling to live with the aftermath…in Moebius. TONE-HARD-OF-Hearing […]
On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we take a look at It’s Such a Beautiful Day, which tells the story of one stick figure’s struggle with the mundane, the strange, and the increasingly dark thoughts in his own head.
Jake Gyllenhaal plays Louis Bloom, a petty thief who lies, cheats, and steals just to pay the rent on his small LA apartment. That is until he learns there’s money to be had recording and selling footage of crimes and accidents to the local news stations…in Nightcrawler. ALPHA There are three words that come to […]
Seung-won Cha is Ji-wook, a hyper-violent, hyper-masculine metropolitan cop with little regard for the criminals who cross his path. But while he might be one of the best and most feared officers on the force, he’s also desperate to leave his entire life behind to become the woman he always dreamed of being…in Man on […]
On this episode of The Nightly Chill we’re looking at Welcome to me, in which Kristin Wiig plays an emotionally unstable woman who uses her lottery winnings to produce her own daytime talk show.
On this episode of The Nightly Chill: the world really is ending and Steve Carell is going on a road trip to reunite with the girl who got away in Seeking a Friend for the End of the World!
It’s Halloween night, but you might want to think twice before you sit back, relax, and spend the next 90 minutes with Netflix’s latest original movie, I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House.
On this episode of The Nightly Chill, we’re giving a hard look at the 2015 remake of the beloved 1982 supernatural horror flick, Poltergeist!
Tonight we take a look at the sepia-toned 2003 remake of the granddaddy of all slasher flicks, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre!