Women Directed Films You Can Stream Right Now

There is a wide range of incredible films to watch if you are looking for quality content to keep you occupied. In the past few years there has been much said about the lack of opportunities afforded to women directors to showcase their talents. One major issue is that audiences don't often know about these … Continue reading Women Directed Films You Can Stream Right Now

'Inside the Rain' is a Hopeful Step For Mental Awareness in Film – Review

Aaron Fisher's Inside the Rain comes at an interesting time for the entertainment industry. Marginalized groups are seeing a surge in representation like never before - although, the progress, is just beginning. Roughly half of the content that thrives on highlighting marginalized communities, such as people of color or the LGBTQ community, actually comes from … Continue reading 'Inside the Rain' is a Hopeful Step For Mental Awareness in Film – Review

New TV Spot for ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run’ Features Snoop Dogg and Keanu Reeves

SpongeBob is about to embark on a new adventure in his latest film, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run. The CGI fun-fest will have the Bikini Bottom gang searching for SpongeBob’s beloved pet snail, Gary, after he’s kidnapped. SpongeBob, Patrick, Sandy and Squidward must rally together and find a way to retrieve Gary regardless … Continue reading New TV Spot for ‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run’ Features Snoop Dogg and Keanu Reeves

Bong Joon-Ho’s ‘Parasite’ Is One Of 2019’s Most Essential Viewings – Review

Bong Joon-Ho latest film gained traction for being what most described as a wild ride into class warfare. Mainstream audiences would soon know the about Parasite after it won the most prestigious award at the 72nd annual Cannes Film Festival, the Palme d'Or. Given his superb filmography, no one ever doubted Joon-Ho's ability to deliver … Continue reading Bong Joon-Ho’s ‘Parasite’ Is One Of 2019’s Most Essential Viewings – Review

9 Things We Learned From Our ‘ZombieLand: Double Tap’ Edit Bay Visit

Zombieland: Double Tap is right around the corner and we couldn't be more excited for the follow up to the 2009 classic Zombieland. Last month, we had the opportunity to visit Ruben Fleischer while he was finishing up the sequel to talk about his project and why he returned for a second round! The film … Continue reading 9 Things We Learned From Our ‘ZombieLand: Double Tap’ Edit Bay Visit

‘Frozen 2’ Filmmakers Discuss Why They Returned For a Sequel & More

Earlier this month Geeks of Color had the chance to attend the Frozen 2 press day event that took place at Disney Animation studios. The day started off with a footage presentation and Q&A by co-director and writer Jennifer Lee, co-director Chris Buck and producer Peter Del Vecho. They spoke in-depth about why they wanted to make a … Continue reading ‘Frozen 2’ Filmmakers Discuss Why They Returned For a Sequel & More

10 Films Starring People of Color Leads to Watch at TIFF 2019

Another Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is upon us, and with it comes a slew of new and exciting feature films, shorts, documentaries and more to take in. As TIFF always strives for inclusivity and diversity, there are always a plethora of titles to choose from that highlight people of color, and this year is … Continue reading 10 Films Starring People of Color Leads to Watch at TIFF 2019

‘Doctor Sleep’ Trailer Breakdown + Q&A With Mike Flanagan

By Yolanda Machado Horror fans rejoice! The widely anticipated “Doctor Sleep” just got it’s first trailer today, and it is everything you want and more. The long awaited sequel to the classic Stanley Kubrick film, and Stephen King novel, “The Shining”, follows the story of Danny Torrance (Ewan MacGregor), forty years after the chilling and … Continue reading ‘Doctor Sleep’ Trailer Breakdown + Q&A With Mike Flanagan