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Coming Attractions: Interstellar + Begin Again

It’s a great day for trailers, everybody! First, we finally get some kick-ass footage from the heavily anticipated Interstellar, Christopher Nolan’s first non-Batman movie since Inception (2010), and I have to say, it… Continue reading

Flash Review: Godzilla [2014]

  Is it Gareth Edwards’s, like, goal in life to bore people to death or am I just immune to his “charms”? After Monsters and now this, I am almost convinced he’s spearheading… Continue reading

A glass slipper to the head

Well, the first teaser trailer for Disney’s live-action Cinderella is out… and it’s shit. I mean, I understand what a teaser it’s all about. But come on, Disney, give us something! This minute-long… Continue reading

Scattered Frames: The Monster Lunchbox of Budapest

Hello everyone! Welcome to the newest edition of Scattered Frames. Today we review Wes Anderson’s latest, star-studded affair, a charming Indian dramedy and a kaiju adventure set in “Mexico”. Check it out! The… Continue reading

From and Inspired By: The Desolation of Smaug + The Fault In Our Stars

It’s the return of “From and Inspired By“, a feature where I turn the spotlight on the music from the movies. Frankly, I just wanted an excuse to preach about Ed Sheeran. I… Continue reading

Get Over the Volcano: An Open Letter to Anthony Bourdain

Originally posted on A Gringo in Mexico:
May 5, 2014 Dear Mr. Bourdain, My name is W. Scott Koenig. I am a San Diego-based blogger at http://www.AGringoInMexico.com, a small site I started about two…

Apparently i’m a versatile blogger

Hello everybody! Well, a few days ago I became the lucky recipient of the Versatile Blogger Award, courtesy of my friend Michael over at the incredible It Rains… You Get Wet (seriously, follow… Continue reading

Llewyn Davis and Bill Weasley… in space

If you’ve been close to an internet connection or TV screen this morning, you already know that the cast for the as-yet-untitled Episode VII of Star Wars has -at last- been announced. After… Continue reading

Flash Review: A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)

Marlon Brando is out-of-this-world great in this mid-century film by Elia Kazan, based on the play by Tennessee Williams, but he’s stranded alone in a stuffy, impossibly melodramatic domestic drama that goes on… Continue reading

Coming Attractions: Jersey Boys + The Immigrant

Hello everybody! I know I’ve neglected this feature, which is strange because it’s the easiest and least time-consuming, but I came across a trailer today that deserves all the attention! Why I hadn’t… Continue reading