Selena Quintanilla has been a huge icon in pop culture for decades.
With only days away from reaching the end of this whirlwind of a year, one thing remains true; our WFH looks need a total makeover.
Christmas is just around the corner, and at this point, in the year we all have one thing on our minds — gifts.
The new film ‘Let Him Go’ is out this week. The Knockturnal got the chance to sit down with the director, Thomas Bezucha ahead of its release.
As we continue to work from home, we’re always looking for casual wear that’s not only practical but stylish too.
The Knockturnal recently caught up with Allen Maldonado. We discussed: life during the pandemic, how he started acting, and his role in the new comedy series ‘Sneakerheads’, now streaming on Netflix.
Loved ‘Black Swan’?—we have just the right film to add to your queue. Euphoria‘s Sydney Sweeney and Madison Iseman play sisters in a new supernatural thriller set to premiere on Amazon Prime Video as part of their Welcome to the Blumhouse series. Centered around ambition, the film raises the question, how far will you go to achieve success?
Exclusive: Laura Marano, Oakes Fegley, Rob Riggle, Cheech Marin & Jane Seymour Talk ‘The War With Grandpa’ [Video]
Wars are anything but pretty. Wars with your grandpa?—even messier. In this film, sixth-grader Peter (Oakes Fegley) launches an all out war with his grandfather Ed (Robert De Niro) after he moved in with Peter’s family and takes over his bedroom. Peter, unwilling to let such an injustice stand, devises a series of increasingly elaborate pranks to drive out the interloper, but Grandpa Ed refuses to go down without a proper fight.
The Lie starring Joey King, Mireille Enos, and Peter Sarsgaard is a thriller that centers around the lengths parents will go to to protect their child. Part of Amazon Prime Video’s series Welcome to the Blumhouse, “The Lie” is one of the featured films in the installation.
Exclusive: Sarita Choudhury, Sunita Mani & Omar Maskat Talk Welcome to The Blumhouse’s ‘Evil Eye’ [Video]
Mothers always know best—right? After watching this movie, we’re going to go ahead and say yes. In a nutshell that is the plot line of the upcoming horror film “Evil Eye” streaming on Amazon Prime Video on October 13. The film is part of the series Welcome to the Blumhouse.