Our staff has been involved in a heated discussion about the impact of Netflix on the world of cinema. While many of our staffers are pro-Netflix, Chris Utley remains decidedly anti-Netflix. Read the latest episode of our ongoing debate as we discuss Bird Box, Roma’s theatrical release strategy, and whether or not the label Streaming… [Read More]
In today’s Fishing Hole, the ScreenFish staff has a discussion about Aquaman’s success and what the next Superman should be like. Share your thoughts!
How would you raise a child on another planet with completely different holiday traditions from Earth? It’s an interesting question.
Welcome to the Fishing Hole, the ScreenFish Staff’s daily roundup of late breaking cinema/TV/pop culture news. Here’s what we’re talking about today . . . Arnaldo R.: Soooo, I know we don’t put much stock in Rotten Tomatoes, but Bumblebee is 94%, Aquabro 68%, Poppins 77%. Steve N.: I’m shocked that Poppins is so low considering the… [Read More]
Tonight’s final episode of Mars will either bring us to a thrilling conclusion or provide more questions than answers. But let’s consider what happened in last week’s edition.
The goriness and gut-wrenching emotion episode 4 of Mars almost felt like an updated version of Michael Crichton’s Andromeda Strain.
Scientists are often so committed to their respective projects that they are willing to sacrifice any and everything to make their goals happen.
How do two groups, who are worlds apart on issues that matter, peacefully coexist? Or is that even a possibility?
We have enough tensions and challenges for a lifetime—between countries, between companies, between individuals. Mars is no exception.
“This call is from a federal prison.” In 2001, Cindy Shank was dating a man who began dealing drugs, who was later murdered. Six years later, she was married to a man with whom she’d have three young girls and working as a responsible part of the community when federal prosecutors rang the doorbell at… [Read More]