A big round of applause for indie films taking charge of a year that has seen more celebrity deaths since the plot of This Is The End. Seriously, there is an unhealthy influx of deaths involving people we admire and love in the entertainment industry, but if there is a constant other than death it has… Read More 2016 Has Been Sh**, But At Least Indie Films Are Staying Alive and Strong
Not sure Gosling looks like Armstrong, but does that really matter at this point?… Read More Damien Chazelle & Ryan Gosling To Re-Team For Neil Armstrong Biopic
It’s a shame indie films are so hard to come by when you’re not in New York or LA because there seems to have been an unstoppable amount of great ones this time around. Sadly, I didn’t get to see the talked about films early like some critics such as; Moonlight, Live By Night, Paterson, Silence,… Read More The Gunn Range’s 10 Favorite Films of 2016 (That I’ve Seen)
2016 has been one of the most heartbreaking years in recent memory if we’re talking about the loss of iconic entertainers in the world of music or film, but this one will yet again hit home more than you’d want as the iconic Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher has passed away. Now, while I may not… Read More Remembering Carrie Fisher, Dead At 60
Franchise Viagra aka The Rock (teehee) aka Dwayne Johnson aka yours and your mothers favorite celebrity may have just clued us in on some cool news regarding his DC character Black Adam. Nothing is confirmed yet, but if there’s one thing we know about The Rock is that he never does anything by accident nor… Read More Did The Rock Just Confirm That Black Adam vs Superman Is Still Part of the DC Plan?
Stories within stories can be either the coolest cinema experience or the most convoluted, but they’re always daring to say the least. Fashion designer turned director Tom Ford definitely keeps his roots in creating gorgeous art intact, but with Nocturnal Animals being only his second directorial effort, how does he fair? The film stars Amy Adams, Jake… Read More Nocturnal Animals Review: Tom Ford Directs A Thriller Trying To Be As Sharp As His Suits
The Red Band trailer for Ridley Scott’s return to the Alien franchise looks chilling and blood thirsty in the ways we’ve wanted since we were polarized by his prequel film Prometheus. As the director of the film, he has clearly returned to the body horror that made the films so scary and terrifying and it looks like his star… Read More Alien: Covenant Is Going Back To It’s Sci-Fi/Horror Routes In The Best Ways In New Trailer