Ruin Me focuses on reluctant final girl, Alexandra, who agrees to take part in a horror themed camping weekend where willing participants get to be part their very own slasher experience. Alexandra’s boyfriend has signed the two of them up for Slasher Sleepout, a combination escape room, haunted house, and outdoor excursion event. Before the weekend is over everyone in their party winds up thrust into something way more horrifying than they ever could have expected. Continue reading “Michigan Based Horror Movie @RuinMeMovie Screening at @FrightFest and @WIHFF from @kleffnotes”
This week’s Fangirl Freakouts is filmed in a brand new location and I even have a guest! During a recent trip to New York City I had the chance to watch Girltrash: All Night Long for the first time with my friend Krista. Here are my thoughts on this hilarious and sweet movie LGBT focused film. Continue reading “Fangirl Freakouts: @GIRLTRASHsite All Night Long from @kleffnotes with @freegolaw”
In my opinion, author John Jakes is the best writer of historical fiction to grace this century.
Watch renowned Zumba instructor Toni Costa and the lovable Minions move to the upbeat rhythms of the original song “Tiki Tiki Babeloo (Zumba Remix).” Continue reading “Minions Unite! Univeral Pictures & Zumba Collaborate for Despicable Me 3 Video”
The award winning documentary, No Dress Code Required, is screening this week at the Human Rights Watch Film Festival in New York and while I was not able to attend these screenings in person I was given the opportunity to the watch the film. In this feature, directed by Cristina Herrera Borquez, we are introduced to Victor and Fernando, two men who are deeply in love and wish to get married in Baja California, Mexico. As they begin their journey toward matrimony they are beset with a number of discouraging setbacks and exhausting governmental back and forth. Continue reading “No Dress Code Required Movie Review from @kleffnotes”
New York- June 14, 2017– Paladin has acquired domestic theatrical rights to THEY REMAIN, a genre-bending experience in terror written and directed by Philip Gelatt, it was announced by company president Mark Urman. Gelatt, who has amassed impressive credentials as an innovative, versatile creator of sophisticated genre content in a variety of mediums, has re-teamed on the project with Reno Productions, with whom he made his acclaimed debut feature, “The Bleeding House,” which premiered at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival. The deal was negotiated by Urman and Reno principal, Will Battersby, who served as the film’s producer. Paladin and Reno are prepping THEY REMAIN for a film festival launch and theatrical release commencing in the Fall. Continue reading “PALADIN TO RELEASE “THEY REMAIN” Genre-Bending Thriller By Philip Gelatt To Open In Fall via @kleffnotes”
I share my mostly spoiler free thoughts on the Wonder Woman movie in this video review. Continue reading “Kleffnotes Guide to #WonderWoman from @kleffnotes”
I was lucky a couple days ago when my schedule opened up and I was able to go and see the latest marvel movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, in 3D. I had really enjoyed the first one, but admittedly was a bit apprehensive for the second installment. Sequels are almost never as good/funny as the original and the first GotG was both. How did the second volume stack up? Read on below to find out. Also no spoilers except a few pics, very general impressions about the characters and what happened to them during the film. Don’t be a trash panda and skip this because of that-read it anyways!
My May Legion of Collectors Wonder Woman box arrived and I wanted to unbox it with all of you before the movie debuts in a little less than a month. Continue reading “@OriginalFunko Legion of Collectors #WonderWoman Box Unboxing from @kleffnotes ( @WonderWomanFilm )”