Review by Richard Caldwell
Love can be a very confusing thing. Especially when you can’t figure out if the person you’re with is in love with you or using you. A quest for a better lifestyle can lead the smartest of individuals to subjecting themselves to inadequate treatment. How much mistreatment can one person take before they want something different? “The Holiday” is a film that perfectly examines that lifestyle and question.
Sascha is a young, beautiful and attractive woman. Her boyfriend Michael is equally handsome, but he has a sinister side. Michael is a drug lord and controls everything around him including Sascha. Things get interesting when Sascha runs into an old friend. She quickly develops feelings for him much to the dismay of her boyfriend.
Overall this movie is intriguing. “Holiday” isn’t good or bad, but it’s a curious film. The love triangle between the characters are emotions most companies feel and explore. However, Michael’s insecurities are something that guides the movie in a dangerous direction. He’s obsessive and relentless about his passions and love. Michael is a true criminal and his presence is welcome. “Holiday” glows as evil rears its ugly face.
Screen superstar Vivica A.Fox (Independence Day, Kill Bill) stars in the sci-fi thriller Crossbreed, invading VOD this February Uncork’d Entertainment.
Marine takes on monster in an action-packed throwback in the tradition of Aliens and Escape from New York.
In the near future, the President of the United States of America hires a team of military veterans to retrieve an alien bio-weapon from a top-secret research facility orbiting the Earth. These highly trained mercenaries must infiltrate the space station and recover the deadly experimental alien cargo located onboard. All is going according to the plan until the cargo escapes.
Daniel Baldwin (John Carpenter’s Vampires), Stink Fisher (“Gotham”), Devanny Pinn (Party Bus to Hell), and Vernon Wells (Commando) star in a Brandon Slagle film, Crossbreed premiering February 5, 2019 on VOD from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Young and beautiful Sascha discovers her dream life of luxury, recklessness and fun comes at a price. This occurs when she is welcomed into the “family” of her drug lord boyfriend at his holiday villa in the port city of Bodrum on the Turkish Riveria.
Physical and psychological violence are a way of life for this gangster family. However, when the velvet veneer is stripped raw to the bone, Sascha’s eye drifts towards the “normal” life she is leaving behind.
Is it possible she could still be accepted by polite society? Watch the full trailer below:
An undead soldier rises in Uncork’d Entertainment’s SOLDIER OF WAR this March!
In an acclaimed, award-winning performance, John Rhys-Davies (the Indiana Jones films, Lord of the Rings trilogy) faces a monstrous adversary from his past in SOLDIER OF WAR, available on demand this March.
Deep in the forest, two boys discover the entrance to a secret military bunker hidden since World War II and inadvertently awaken an undead soldier, who embarks on a grotesque, ritualistic killing spree. A police investigation begins, but one by one the police and other locals are murdered. Only a World War II veteran holds the secret to stop the killings, but will anybody believe him?
From director John Adams, and starring John Rhys-Davies, Rosie Fellner, and Tanya Franks, SOLDIER OF WAR on VOD March 3rd and DVD April 9th from Uncork’d Entertainment.
“Blood Brother” is one of the latest films from WWE Studios. The movie is an action thriller!
In the film a recently released convict takes murderous revenge against his childhood friends. Those same friends are those who let him take the fall for their crimes.
Trey Songz and Jack Kesy star in this film. Check it out below:
Whether you’re heading to the club dolo, or you want to bring a significant other, Rozay & REVOLT want to see you bust down. Still not convinced, find out all the info you need right here.
Make sure you treat yourself to a Valentine’s Day you’ll never forget. Cop your tickets here to REVOLTHouse.
In October of 2018, hundreds of young conservatives of color met up in Washington, DC, for the first ever Young Black Leadership Summit: a four-day conference that featured speeches from conservative actress Stacey Dash and firebrand Candace Owens, a trip to the White House to hear Trump speak, and a rare chance for young, black Republicans to get together and network IRL. VICE’s Lee Adams went to the summit to talk firsthand with young, black conservatives about what drew them to the Republican party, along with what kind of backlash they’ve faced from the black community for going public with their political views. To find out more about the movement, he also tagged along with Antonia Okafor—an outspoken Second Amendment activist—on a hunting trip in northwestern Iowa with Steve King, a House Rep who’s been widely criticized for his racist comments. Lastly, he met up with Shekinah Geist, a black Republican and budding social media influencer, and sat in on a conversation between her and a group of peers from the local black student union who challenged her on her support for President Trump. Watch the full VICE: Minority Report episode below: