Posts by Erica Corbin

Erica Corbin

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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Interview: Cory Hardrict on Playing a Cop in ‘211’

Cory Hardrict, who plays Officer Hanson, spoke with ScreenPicks about what it was like to get caught in the crosshairs in "211."

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Movie Review: ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’

If you don’t cry by the end of "Won't You Be My Neighbor," you’re made of stone. A very affecting documentary... Erica Corbin reviews.

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Movie Review: ‘Disobedience’

"Disobedience" is a bittersweet exploration of grief, acceptance, faith, and otherness. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Interview: Writer/Director Susan Walter Talks ‘All I Wish’

ScreenPicks spoke with writer/director Susan Walters about her experiences making "All I Wish" and bringing us into this chaotic, wacky, beautiful world.

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Interview: Screenwriter/Author Joe Kelly on His ‘I Kill Giants’

ScreenPicks sat down with Joe Kelly to talk about how the graphic novel "I Kill Giants" was transformed into a feature film.

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Movie Review: ‘Tomb Raider’

Between the action, the scenery, and the stunning set pieces, "Tomb Raider" solidifies itself as a great popcorn movie.

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Movie Review: ‘Entanglement’

"Entanglement" is certainly in the vein of other cutesy indie romcoms, but the key difference is it’s self-aware.

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Movie Review: ‘Mary and the Witch’s Flower’

While feeling "Mary and the Witch's Flower" is a knock-off to other films, it is still enjoyable. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘The Commuter’

"The Commuter," just like Collet-Sara’s other films, is ridiculous, but in the end you don’t really care because, hey, it’s Liam Neeson!

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Movie Review: ‘Insidious: The Last Key’

As a way to reinvigorate the franchise, unfortunately "Insidious: The Last Key" is the weakest installment yet. Erica Corbin reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘Darkest Hour’

Take the time out of your vacation to watch Gary Oldman’s commanding performance in "Darkest Hour." Erica Corbin reviews...

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Movie Review: ‘The Man Who Invented Christmas’

If you’re ready to see a movie that is heartwarming, whimsical, and downright jolly, "The Man Who Invented Christmas" is your best bet! Erica Corbin reviews...

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Interviews: The Cast and Director Talk ‘Mudbound’

ScreenPicks talked with stars Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan and Mary J. Blige, along with co-writer/director Dee Rees, about their powerful Netflix drama "Mudbound."

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10 Scary Characters from Children’s Movies That Will Give You Nightmares

Here is a list of 10 characters from children's movies that once give you the shivers at night.

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Movie Review: ‘The Snowman’

With a promising premise, a director with a good track history, and a talented group of actors, it is truly unfortunate that "The Snowman" is such a mess.

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