Michael B. Jordan stars in upcoming action-thriller Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse as a Navy SEAL caught in conspiracy. The film is adapted from the renowned novel of Tom Clancy, a dream come true for a fan of the author like Jordan. Ahead of its Amazon Prime Video premiere, MBJ chatted with The Knockturnal to tell us more.
Rage and vengeance take physical form in picking off members of an L.A.P.D. unit – with mysteriously corrupted camera footage left behind, veteran officer Renee Lomito-Smith (played by Mary J. Blige) must hunt down a menacing cop-killer in the fight for justice.
Set to hit theaters October 11th, Skydance Media’s ‘Gemini Man’ makes a splash for cutting edge digital technology used to create a younger version of Will Smith, engaging with issues facing modern society such as cloning, and original storyline. We had the chance to see the film during an advance screening, and catch up with the creators a few days later.
Everyone’s favorite big red dog is coming back to the big screen in a big way. Clifford the Big Red Dog (2020) directed by Walt Becker stars Rosie Perez, John Cleese, Jack Whitehall, and Kenan Thompson. The movie, much like the animated series, follows the story of a young girl named Emily and her misadventures with her beloved enormous sized puppy, Clifford. The Knockturnal was able to visit the set of Clifford the Big Red Dog on its last day of filming for a behind the scenes look at all the action.
Variety, the Children’s Charity of Southern California, presents the 9th annual Charity Poker and Casino Night!
The undead rose again last night at the Nitehawk Cinema in Prospect Park during the private screening for Brooklyn Horror Fest of Pet Sematary, based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name.
Halloween may be over, but heart-racing, gut-wrenching, zombie-filled movies didn’t end October 31st.
Things are not always as they seem in Tyler Perry’s new comedy ‘Nobody’s Fool’. The Knockturnal sat down with the cast for a game of Guess Who in order to get an insight into the cast’s relationships.
The novelist-turned-screenwriter-turned director Alex Garland has returned with yet another gem about mankind’s relationship with the seemingly unknown.
Alexander Payne’s most whimsical film yet, ‘Downsizing,’ is a modest ecocritical work that oscillates between multiple themes while seldom maintaining the focus needed to investigate any which one