Daily Archives: January 2, 2018

What is the most popular Christmas film? Is it “Elf?” Disney’s “The Santa Claus?” “A Christmas Story?” Well, none of that will be found in this list as these forgotten, yet impacting movies may have skipped the top of other Christmas movie lists because they celebrated Christmas a bit differently than traditional holiday movies. However, they have not failed in entertaining or even reminding many of the joys of the holiday season in their special ways. For this reason, the top three unconventional Christmas Movies will be listed in this article, because they deserve recognition, too. With mainly the theme…

For college football fans out there, New Year’s day is the best way to start off the coming year. Ever since the creation of the college football playoff system, both the Rose Bowl and the Sugar Bowl act as the semi-finals for the top four teams in the country to see who will face off in the National Championship game. The Rose Bowl featured the University of Georgia defeating the University of Oklahoma, which ended up being the highest scoring matchup in that game’s history. Unfortunately for fans of the sport, the Sugar Bowl was played later on in the…

Ever wondered how “The Creature of the Black Lagoon” would have ended if the gill man got the girl? Acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro answers that question with his wet and wild take on the classic beauty and the beast love story, “The Shape of Water.” This stunning picture stars Sally Hawkins, Doug Jones, Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, and Octavia Spencer. Set in the 1960s, the film tells the story of Elisa Esposito (Hawkins), a mute janitor who works the graveyards shift at a government research facility. Elisa finds her hum drum life taking an exciting turn when she and…

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