“Youth and Consequences” is a brilliant show about the struggles teenagers go through. The show was acquired by YouTube Red and the first two episodes are available to watch for free.
In the first two episodes, High School is one big buzzsaw that grinds people up into little pieces—guidance counselors included. With the election a day away, Farrah sets her sights on reinventing squeaky clean Grace Ho.
Isn’t power a rush? Watch the full episodes below:
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to catch the upcoming release of ‘Deadpool 2″ this Friday! “Deadpool 2” is the latest installment of the “Deadpool” movie series.
The film features a returning Ryan Reynolds. Reynolds reprises his role as the quirky anti-superhero in the film.
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A babysitter is stalked by a frightening ominous presence in “The Nursery,: creaking its doors open this June from Uncork’d Entertainment.
From filmmakers Christopher A. Micklos and Jay Sapiro comes the story of a young woman whose run-of-the-mill Saturday night quickly turns into a confrontation with unspeakable horror!
When Ranae, a college student babysits for a family with a tragic history, she finds herself stalked by a sinister presence and haunted by ghosts from her own past. Soon, she and her friends must confront the angry, evil spirit hunting them down one-by-one on a deliberate march towards its ultimate prey.
Emmaline Friederichs, Madeline Conway, and Carly Rae James Sauer star in the spookfest of the Summer “The Nursery,” available on VOD June 5 and on DVD August 7 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Vincent Berry II is one of R&B’s rising Singer/Songwriter’s. The Writer has worked artists such as Beyonce, Kanye West, Justin Bieber and more. Berry is most notably known for his work on Beyonce’s “Lemonade” album. His work on the album led to him being nominated for multiple Grammy awards.
Vincent Berry II is credited for writing the Beyonce song “Sandcastles” alongside Malik Yusef. Following his work on “Lemonade,” Berry would later go on to work with Tank, Mary J. Blige, and Tamar Braxton’s next albums. Today, Vincent Berry II is here to debut the visual for his own record. “No Pictures” is a feel good record that embraces a lively vibe.
Listeners are likely to get wrapped up with Vincent Berry’s soulful melodies. Finding themselves dancing along as the Singer paints a vibrant picture with the record. Watch the full visual for “No Pictures” by Vincent Berry II below.
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By: Richard Caldwell
Friends are a man’s best and Johnathan and Andy are two peas in a pod. Their father’s met after a chance encounter at the hospital while their wives gave birth. With their dad’s instantly hitting it off, Johnathan and Andy would grow up to become friends. Their friendship gets interesting after Johnathan begins dating an aspiring lawyer named Jenna. Andy, being Johnathan’s best friend, is sure that Jenna looks like a well known adult film star.
The movie is hilarious at times. Its humor also borders on quirkiness. Johnathan being cool as ever also begins to have his mild manner tested. This happens as he has to deal with Jenna’s brother in law. A brother in law who is also just happens to be Johnathan’s boss Jenna’s brother in law, Joe is overbearing at times, but also likes Johnathan.
Tension ensues between Joe and Johnathan after Joe doesn’t want Johnathan’s friend to accompany him on a trip. Scott is Johnathan’s friend and also employed by Joe at the firm. He’s smart and intelligent, but has questions surrounding him that limits his success. The film is comedic, but steers near drama. “Who’s Jenna…?” features a cast of good actors and actresses. Fans looking for a good Saturday night laugh are sure to enjoy this film.
By: Richard Caldwell
Trust is the rarest form of currency in the world. Trust can take you places and buy you things you’ve only imagined. Everybody wants it, but everyone can’t get it. However, we all have a personal bank of trust with our families. Family is there for you at your highest and lowest points. That’s the bridge that shouldn’t be burned. “The Misguided” examines that bridge and bank of trust through the eyes of two brothers.
Levi returns to live with his brother Wendel after dropping out of college. Living with Wendel isn’t Levi’s first option, but he has nowhere else to go after being kicked out of his home by his girlfriend. Wendel lives a crazed life. He’s a drug dealer and lives the lifestyle effortlessly. Levi encounters Wendel’s ex girlfriend after living with his brother for awhile and the two share a connection. “The Misguided” follows the growth of this connection and all it’s ups and downs.
“The Misguided” is definitely a film for mature audiences. The comedic drama sparks a few laughs, but is heavy on the drama. However, the fight scene between the brothers is one of the funniest situations any two siblings can possibly find themselves in. The film focuses on the connection between family and relationship bonds. When is it ok to date a person your family doesn’t approve of? Is it ever really ok or is it just something you deal with? This movie answers both of those questions.
This film has a good look. The acting is the best thing about the film. You really find yourself believing the characters and getting sucked into their lives. The film is set in upscale living spaces mostly. The characters venture out into the city, but they never go into many dark areas. I think the scenery is fitting for the story and the characters.
Overall, I enjoyed this film. All of the characters are relatable. The father of Levi’s girlfriend was my personal favorite. You never know which way he will respond to the other characters. I liked the part of “The Misguided.” The film is for mature audiences, but it’s a good date night film. It keeps your attention easily throughout and is worthy of applause for the films high points.
By: Richard Caldwell
420 Massacre is a comedic horror film filled with endless entertainment. The stoner over provides the perfect background for the characters to develop. Gore is definitely in the film as blood is prevalent and one seen even has intestines rolling out of a characters stomach.
A group of friends journey to the woods for a 420 camping trip to celebrate the holiday. The group consists of five women who are ready to party as they enjoy their freedom. Trouble ensues after the women are given some weed by seemingly deranged man. However, the man once hiked the woods with his friend before his friend was killed for the weed they possessed.
420 Massacre is a good horror film for female stoners as it touches on many subjects. Don’t get me wrong it’s a horror film, but also includes friendship and romance. The love story between two women adds another level of depth to the film making it worth the watch.
Jamie Bernadette (I Spit on Your Grave: Déjà Vu, Killing Joan), Vanessa Rose Parker (Samurai Cop 2), Justine Wachsberger (Divergent), Stacey Danger (‘’Jean-Claude Van Johnson’’), Marissa Pistone (Raze), Jim Storm (Dark Shadows), Mark Schroeder (‘’Pretty Little Liars’’) Jim Round, Drew Talbert and James Gregory star in a Dylan Reynolds film.
Inhale. Exhale. Scream. 4/20 Massacre premieres 4/3 this April.