Tidbits of Recommendations: July 25, 2020

This might be a day late, but it’s certainly not a dollar short. Our weekly installation of Tidbits of Recommendations is here and it’s a fun one! But, before we get into it, a quick word: I know it’s summer and it’s so tempting to go out and live life like it’s any summer before…

What’s New At Redbox and On Demand in August

Redbox shares a list of what’s coming to dispensers and On Demand in August 2019. Rent at the Box: Pokémon Detective Pikachu – 8/6 The Curse of La Llorona – 8/6 Poms – 8/6 Tolkien – 8/6 Amazing Grace – 8/6 Avengers: Endgame – 8/16 The Hustle – 8/20 A Dog’s Journey – 8/20 Brightburn…

Juliet Landau Wears Many Hats of Creativity

Sometimes in life, with talent, tenacity, and a lot of creativity, you’re able to live the life of your dreams. This is true of Juliet Landau, as she gets to wear the hats of actor, director, and author, among other things. Landau lives a life where she immerses herself in all of her creative abilities,…

Fives Flicks to Frighten This Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner which means it’s the perfect time to marathon movies about serial killers. While there are many great horror films out there, I am a firm believer that the best scary movies came out in the ’70s and ’80s. Iconic killers including Michael, Jason and Freddy, haunt our screens each…

“La La Land” Choreographer Talks Creating Movie Musical Magic

Note: This interview was originally conducted by Taylor Leddin for Fan Fest in February of 2017. La Land Land has been the talk of the town this awards season and has danced its way into the hearts of audiences across the globe. Choreographer Mandy Moore, whose body of work includes Dancing with the Stars, American Hustle, and Silver Linings Playbook,…

The Tidbit’s Guide To Being a Movie/TV Extra

It was August of 2012 the first time I had a true, introspective evaluation of “what the heck am I doing with my life?” I had just started my freshman year of college at Illinois State University, majoring in special education, but none of what was happening was sitting right with me. After a few days…

Keith Coogan Reminisces on “Adventures in Babysitting”

NOTE: This article was originally published for Fan Fest News. The 1980s was an iconic time for teen movies. Films were finally being released that offered insight into the trials and tribulations of the teenage years without being patronizing. One of these films comes in the form of Adventures in Babysitting. Directed by Chris Columbus, the movie follows…