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Good Flicks at Home, in Theaters and Drive-Ins

George Wolf George Wolf Good Flicks at Home, in Theaters and Drive-Ins

Aside from a couple of stinkers, this weekend offers a bunch of solid viewing options at home, on the big screen and at the drive-in. It’s a particularly good week for people looking to start spooky season a little early, but thrillers, family dramas and much-needed upbeat fare also awaits. Antebellum Available via VOD. by […]

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Theaters Open, Streaming Still Thrives

George Wolf George Wolf Theaters Open, Streaming Still Thrives

Theaters across the city are officially open. Studio 35 has two new releases, plus a few months’ worth of managing in post-apocalyptic times, but if it’s multiplex you want, Russell Crowe and his road rage waits for you there, too. Or you can always stick around the house and watch a remarkable piece of history—one […]

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Jon Stewart, Dave Bautista & Ella Fitzgerald for Your Weekend

George Wolf George Wolf Jon Stewart, Dave Bautista & Ella Fitzgerald for Your Weekend

What do you want to watch? You can put your mask on and check out the vintage fun screening at Studio 35 and Grandview Theater, you can take advantage of Wexner Center’s free streaming of our own Paul Hill’s documentary Cincinnati Goddamn, or you can check out these new flicks, dropping straight to your TV, […]

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Wild Variety in New Streaming Movies

George Wolf George Wolf Wild Variety in New Streaming Movies

Another week inside, another week bursting with streaming movie options. Nineties nostalgia? Informative and yet entertaining documentaries? Coming-of-age (and middle age) indies? How ‘bout some Vince Vaughn? All of it’s here. Let us help you get it sorted. How to Build a Girl Available on traditional streaming services. by Hope Madden There may be nothing […]

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Fine Choices for Home Entertainment

George Wolf George Wolf Fine Choices for Home Entertainment

Another week, another wild search for entertainment. We are here to help! You still have the weekend to check out the Columbus International Film + Animation Festival, for instance. And you should definitely get into the habit of checking out Gateway Film Center, Wexner Center for the Arts and Drexel Theatre websites for their streaming […]

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Wintry Mix in Theaters

Hope Madden Hope Madden Wintry Mix in Theaters

There is a lot of snow onscreen this week. Whether it’s the Alaskan wilderness and some CGI hounds, the stark holiday hellscape of The Lodge, or romance at the winter Olympics, it’s chillier onscreen than off this weekend. There are a couple of reasons to brave the cold, though. Let’s discuss. The Call of the […]

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Guns & Ghosts to Liven Up Your January

George Wolf George Wolf Guns & Ghosts to Liven Up Your January

January drags on with more mediocre to disappointing films, unless you look a little harder. Oscar nominee for best foreign language film Les Miserable (do not expect to sing along) finally lands in CBUS and Alfre Woodard gives a full-blown clinic on acting with her latest, Clemency. There’s also great dance doc at the Wex, […]

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