Originally hailing from Northern New Jersey, Eric's first big screen memory is freaking out at a screening of Naked Gun 2 1/2 - specifically when Frank Drebin gets an electric toothbrush shoved in his mouth and foam starts spewing out. He, fortunately, recovered from that incident, eventually becoming fascinated with film to an arguably unhealthy degree. He's the longest tenured full-time member of the CinemaBlend team, becoming an editor in June 2010, and his exciting rantings and ramblings about all things superhero movie and TV related can be heard on the HeroBlend podcast and Facebook Live show.
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news 2019-10-17 0 comments The Funny Thing Sam Riley Forgot About Diaval As He Was Getting Back Into Character For Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil In his defense, it's been five years.
news 2019-10-17 0 comments What Zombieland: Double Tap’s Writers Took From Their Experience Making Deadpool 2 There was a familiar pressure for Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick.
news 2019-10-17 0 comments Where Scarlett Johansson Found Inspiration For Her Vivacious Jojo Rabbit Character Her performance is absolutely wonderful.
reviews 2019-10-16 0 comments Zombieland: Double Tap Review: How To Pull Off A 10 Year Reunion During The Apocalypse Zombieland: Double Tap is a solid addition to the big screen zom-com legacy, and a funny, freaky 10 year reunion.
news 2019-10-16 0 comments John Krasinski Is Teaming Up With Ryan Reynolds For A Fantasy Comedy And Krasinski is directing!
news 2019-10-15 0 comments Brie Larson Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Trying To Join The Star Wars Franchise In recent weeks, Brie Larson hasn't been shy about her desire to become a part of the Star Wars universe.
reviews 2019-10-15 0 comments Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil Review: Second Verse, Same As The First Once again there are some interesting concepts floated – like a magical mother vs. mother showdown, and a manipulated war between faeries and humans – but none of the material sticks together.
reviews 2019-10-14 0 comments Parasite Review: Bong Joon-ho Delivers A Hilarious, Vicious Satire Taking on the disturbingly universal issue of class disparity, the filmmaker has crafted not just a brilliantly sharp and cutting satire, but also what unfurls as a shocking and dramatic thriller with more than a few surprises up its sleeve.
reviews 2019-10-13 0 comments El Camino Review: An Immensely Satisfying End To Jesse Pinkman's Story [T]he movie is a wonderful reunion with the tone and feel of the original series, and with that comes exciting stylistic choices, impressively structured storytelling, and brilliant character work.
news 2019-10-13 0 comments Joker Box Office: Gotham's Greatest Villain Defeats Will Smith And The Addams Family The clown prince of crime tops the box office once again with an impressive second weekend performance.
news 2019-10-09 0 comments ‘Here's Johnny:' 13 Scariest Movie Moments From Stephen King Book Adaptations Stephen King will forever be remembered first and foremost as an author, but the truth of the matter is that cinema has been a part of his career from basically the very beginning.
news Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-08 0 comments Joker's Ambiguity: 4 Questions We Have After Seeing The New DC Movie SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains major spoilers for Joker. If you have not yet seen the film, continue at your own risk!
news Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-07 0 comments Why Joker Really Needed THAT Scene At The End Of The Movie Spoiler warning! Proceed at your own risk!
news Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-06 0 comments Joker Box Office: The Clown Prince Of Crime Is King Joaquin Phoenix's Joker just set October records.
reviews Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-03 0 comments Pain And Glory Review: Pedro Almodovar Gets Autobiographical As you might expect, it leads to a touch of self-indulgence, as the movie equips its straight-forward plot with some deliberate pacing, but it also provides a potent and emotional experience.
reviews Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-02 0 comments Dolemite Is My Name Review: Welcome Back, Eddie Murphy Eddie Murphy delivers what is not just his best performance in a long time, but one of the best of his career – and it doesn’t hurt that the rest of the film is pretty damn great as well.
news Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-02 0 comments How Zombieland: Double Tap’s Director Was Inspired To Design The World 10 Years After The First Movie He did his research.
news Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-01 0 comments How Matthew Vaughn Made The King’s Man Prequel Relevant To Today’s Society This franchise has never shied away from topical subject matter.
news Eric Eisenberg 2019-10-01 0 comments Spider-Man: Far From Home Brought Back A Cut, Hilarious Bit From Homecoming That Was Deemed ‘Too Sad’ Spider-Man's teacher is a pretty miserable dude.
news Eric Eisenberg 2019-09-30 0 comments Why Frozen II Was Arguably Harder To Make Than Frozen, According To The Directors The directors are finally speaking out about the long-awaited sequel.