Month: June 2020

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“Hollywood Won’t Last…” – The RynoRyder Vlogs – Week 13

Another MONSTER of a week! The highlight in this vlog is definitely where I talk on Zoom with actors for my up-coming film, “The Ant Hill.” I was able to hear people from all over

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for July 2020, and What’s Leaving

Some people spend their days arguing over the merits of Netflix, but the rest of us are too busy enjoying new movies, engaging series, and fun specials. It’s just one more way to re-watch the movies

‘The Ghost of Flight 401’ Never Takes Off

Welcome to 4:3 & Forgotten — a weekly column in which Rob Hunter and I get to look back at TV terrors that scared adults (and the kids they let watch) across the limited airwaves of the ’70s. There

Deep Within Disney+ Lurk Historically Significant ‘Toons

Welcome to Saturday Morning Cartoons, our new weekly column where we continue the animated boob tube ritual of yesteryear. Our lives may no longer be scheduled around small screen programming, but that doesn’t mean we

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Comic-Con at Home Requires More Than Online Panels

Welcome to Fandom Finds A Way, our new column delving into the virtual film and convention experiences offering us solace during this new era of social distancing. As Dr. Ian Malcolm once foretold, there is

How ‘Breaking Bad’ Delivered an Iconic Heist with “Dead Freight”

This essay is part of our series Episodes, a bi-weekly column in which senior contributor Valerie Ettenhofer digs into the singular chapters of television that make the medium great. When we think of Breaking Bad with a half-decade

Ranking Shudder’s Original Movies

If you love horror movies, you must love the Shudder streaming service. It would be impossible not to as they’re loaded with genre fare from the present through decades past, and from the US through

Richard Shepard Walks Us Through Directing the ‘Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist’ Pilot

Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist is a big ol’ ball of delightfulness. The NBC musical series has a magical premise, in which Zoey (Jane Levy) hears others’ inner thoughts through song. It’s a comedy with the sweet

Ranking All 12 Episodes of ‘Creepshow’ Season One

Creepshow (1982) holds a special place in the heart of many horror fans for numerous reasons starting with it being a rare success as both an anthology film and a horror/comedy. The success rate on

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“A Week in the Life of an Independent Filmmaker” – The RynoRyder Vlogs – Week 12

Whew! I packed a lot into this week! I took way more footage than what you’ll see, but if you want to see more real-time videos, follow me on Instagram & TikTok @rynorder.———–00:57 – “Unboxing