Get your adult (or at least 13 year-old) friends and family together and watch my recommendations for a terrifying night of creepy, spooky and downright frightening movies featuring creatures from our nightmares.
Back in 1989, an ambitious young film director returned to his old stomping grounds to produce his first full-length movie. Now, 25 years after it's release, Catch Me If You Can, will enjoy a re-premiere at Parkwood Cinemas worthy of any big budget popcorn flick.
This weekend struggles abound as Alice returns to battle zombies and The Umbrella Corp, Marlin and Dory struggle to find Nemo and a Vietnam War vet struggles with guilt, his grandson and the town he lives in.
What do you get when you put together a super-soldier, a Norse god, a genius billionaire, two government assassins, and a brilliant scientist with an anger-management problem, all in the hands of Joss Whedon? You get one of the most entertaining comic-book movies ever made.
The Hunger Games was done very well. I found myself getting pretty emotional as I saw Katniss on the big screen struggling to survive. The casting was done perfectly, with each actor embracing their role and making it their own.
I have to admit that there is something very appealing about leaving the corporate world behind to become a hippie, at least for a little while. To be able to just forget about bills and work and go swimming or meditate or tend a garden without a schedule or agenda.