Holiday horror, Zombie comedy or guilty pleasure, Attack of the Lederhosen (or Alpine Zombies, which was used during production) is an undead Austrian movie featuring snowboarders fighting off hordes of the undead on a mountaintop resort. It’s definitely a “Night… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Buckle up: Here we go again. Every movie that’s aired during the past year is vying for the attention of awards shows, with the three strongest words of the cinematic world being, “For Your Consideration.” Hustlers just happens… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Fans of the horror genre have been patient. There have been movies released throughout the year featuring the action, comedy, Gothic, invasion, psychological, science-fiction, slasher and survival subgenres that have boasted a big box office, but during the… Continue Reading →
Las Vegas is known for its excess and for attracting oddly extravagant characters, but the real-life Sin City has got nothing on the new Fox TV show. This is the story about the people who fly from LA to Vegas… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Middle Tennessee prepares for celebrity chefs, panels, demos and an incredible variety of craft beer, wine and mixed drinks to pair with gourmet cuisine at the 2016 Music City Food + Wine Festival.
Per Matt In terms of concept, Sausage Party isn’t the most bizarre movie of all time, but it is unique. And that’s saying something for this film by Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and all their friends, which is being labeled… Continue Reading →
Per Matt “No one is impressed with a dinosaur anymore.” That line of dialogue cannot be further from the truth. After Jurassic World broke multiple box-office records earlier this year, the future seems incredibly bright for distributor Universal Studios. With… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Sips and sounds will be celebrated at the 2015 Green Hills Brew Fest. Middle Tennessee’s first boutique beer festival aims to become a community gathering celebrating great drinks, music and local cheer on Saturday, November 7th from 2… Continue Reading →