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Did Cinemax Get Rid Of After Dark?

Apparently yes, Cinemax finally got rid of its adult programming block After Dark after long and consecutive 30 years of the period. Read more about Did Cinemax Get Rid Of After Dark? After Dark was supposed to be the late-night, soft-core porn for the teenagers and the adults of the cable network television generation. Cinemax has […]

Who is John W Creasy True Story?

Fiction has become a part of our life. Be it novels, movies, or any other medium, they all have garnered a place in our life. Some characters leave an intense impact on your mind and stay with us. These characters have specific characteristics that make them attractive and a point of discussion; it could be […]

Is This Boy’s life a true story?

Movies have been evolving in recent times, and there are so many genres that are designed to capture a specific set of audiences. Be it action, horror, romance, drama, thrillers, the movies were made to entertain people. But, there were also two genres of movies that deviated from imaginative and fantasy storytelling towards real stories. […]

Do you have to return to the same Redbox?

Redbox machines are generally found in convenient stores (previously grocery and drugstores) for renting movies and game discs. Once you have rented a disc, return it to any Redbox within your community.  Redbox kiosks offer 2-day rentals for $1. If you have paid a low rate to get your discs from Redbox without even coming […]

Is the Movie the Last of the Dogmen on Netflix?

“Netflix and chill” has become a tradition in almost all the countries in the world. The phrase translates to an individual selecting a particular time of their day to sit on the couch and binge-watch a movie or TV show. Netflix has become a worldwide entertainment platform, with 209 million subscribers relying on it for […]

Does an AIRBUS A319 Have TVS?

What Is AIRBUS A319? The Airbus A319 is a predecessor of Airbus’s A320 series of short and medium to moderate range, constricted body, commercial aircraft the dual engine aircraft jetliners. The A319 seats 124 to 156 travelers and has an effective altitude of 3,700 nautical miles (6,900 km). The airplane’s actual construction took place in […]

“I Can’t Sleep” Is All The Millennial Dilemma On Top Of Supernatural Intervention

I Can’t Sleep is a story told again and again of the Bay Area creative—add aliens and out of this world lifeforms to the mix and that’s where director Gina Rose’s mind really takes off. The premise: a young writer struggles to complete her science fiction story while battling supernatural forces in real life. A tale […]

“Birth Of A Dragon” Is Set In The Early 60′s Chinatown & We Don’t Know How To Feel About It

Update: San Francisco native Bruce Lee was honored yesterday afternoon with a plaque at the Chinatown hospital where he was born, presented by the makers of a new movie about him. Presented by director George Nolfi and actor Phillip Ng, who is set to play Lee in Birth of the Dragon, the plaque commemorates Lee’s birth […]

SF Film Guide: The List Of Blockbusters Filmed In The Bay

Looking past blockbusters that feature postcard views, here we’ve created a list in no particular order of films really capture a certain view of San Francisco and the greater Bay Area.  Until the End of the World While not set entirely in San Francisco, this film by German auteur Wim Wenders deserves it’s place. If […]

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