Posts by Erica Corbin

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About The Author

Erica Corbin hails from Washington State where she lived in a damp, cave-like environment (much like a nematode) for nearly her entire life. Though she is confused to see so much—what is the word?—sunlight, she is appreciating the experience in Los Angeles. Erica currently works as an editor for a wire service, and does freelance writing in her spare time. She has a passion for both cooking and consuming food, Hugh Jackman's jaw line, and telling people she has a huge passion for fitness. She also (maybe) genuinely thinks that the best era for film was the 80s. *Cue Rocky Montage*
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Movie Review: ‘Mary Magdalene’

"Mary Magdalene" is stunning to look at and an unarguably bold, but it falls short of its progressive goal. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Inteview: Che “Rhymefest” Smith on Role in ‘The Public’

ScreenPicks spoke to Che “Rhymefest” Smith about what it was like to take on this important new role in "The Public."

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Movie Review: ‘Teen Spirit’

Erica Corbin reviews "Teen Spirit," starring Elle Fanning.

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TV Review: ‘Hanna’

If you're looking for your next TV action-drama, Amazon Prime's new series "Hanna" is a great choice. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Stockholm’

Ever wonder where the term "Stockholm Syndrome” came from? Director Robert Budreau, along with an all-star cast, explains the wild but true story behind the term with semi-fictionalized film "Stockholm."

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Movie Review: ‘Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase’

"Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase" star Sophia Lillis is the Nancy Drew we never knew we needed. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Alita: Battle Angel’

All in all, "Alita: Battle Angel" is fun — especially if you’re willing to spring for AMC’s RealD 3D — but lacks fine-tuning. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Interview: Writer/Director Robert D. Krzykowski on ‘The Man Who Killed Hitler Then the Bigfoot’

ScreenPicks spoke with Robert D. Krzykowski about his fantastical film "The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot" that was over a decade in the making.

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Interview: Writer Joe Penhall Talks ‘King of Thieves’

ScreenPicks spoke with writer Joe Penhall about bringing one of the most notorious heists in UK history to the big screen, "King of Thieves."

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Movie Review: ‘Mary Poppins Returns’

Disney’s sequel "Mary Poppins Returns" sure tries its absolute hardest to be worthy of the original. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Interview: Kellan Lutz Talks Playing a Gangster in ‘Speed Kills’

ScreenPicks spoke with Kellan Lutz, who portrays mobster Robbie Reemer in "Speed Kills."

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Interview: Lance Reddick on Going to a ‘Monster Party’

ScreenPicks spoke with Lance Reddick about playing the king of the killers, Milo, in "Monster Party."

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Movie Review: ‘Halloween’

If you enjoy the original "Halloween," you’ll likely love this one, too. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Interview: Robert Aramayo on ‘Galveston’ Experience

ScreenPicks spoke with Robert Aramayo, who plays a scheming opportunist who gets in Roy’s way, about his time making "Galveston."

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Movie Review: ‘First Man’

With "First Man," director Damien Chazelle gives us a visually-stunning, emotional, not-quite biopic of American icon Neil Armstrong. Erica Corbin reviews...

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