• By Douglas Davidson April 24, 2016 Chris Hemsworth has been a busy guy ever since he donned his cape as Thor in 2011, making a name for himself with his versatility in a wide range of pictures. Opening this Friday, April 22nd, Hemsworth returns as...

  • By Douglas Davidson April 24, 2016 Charlotte-based writer, director, and actor Thomas Torrey is taking his latest work, Fare, to the Newport Beach Film Festival in California this upcoming week for its premiere on April 26th. While I won’t be attending, I was lucky enough...

  • By Douglas Davidson April 18, 2016 From the mind of Waking Life, the Sunrise trilogy, and Dazed and Confused comes writer/director Richard Linklater’s newest, Everybody Wants Some!!, out nationwide this Friday, April 22nd. Billed as the “spiritual sequel” to the 1993 classic Dazed and Confused, Everybody...

  • By Dan Cava March 24, 2016 If the arrival of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice tells us anything, it’s that these blockbuster, universe-serving movies have created a criteria all their own. I mean, just look at that title for a moment. It’s nearly endless,...

  • By Douglas Davidson March 11, 2016 In early January, the Internet exploded with chatter over a movie trailer. It wasn’t for Marvel’s upcoming Civil War or DC’s mega-bro slamfest between Superman and Batman, but a small indie picture from producing partners J.J. Abrams and Drew...

  • CLTure Staff We here at CLTure are dedicated to guiding you toward the very best entertainment in Charlotte and beyond, especially if you can watch it while dyeing your beer green for St Patrick’s Day. Our staff writers and creatives will help you sift through...

  • By CLTure We here at CLTure were recently approved as media to screen major motion picture releases in the Southeast. As a music and food blog based in Charlotte, North Carolina, this was new territory for us. Our fearless film editor, Dan Cava and contributing...

  • By CLTure January 30, 2016 We here at CLTure are dedicated to guiding you toward the very best entertainment in Charlotte and beyond, especially if you can watch it hungover eating Chinese food on the couch. Our staff writers and creatives will help you sift...

  • By Dan Cava  January 19, 2016 Shortly before 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi opened, we sat down with three of the soldiers depicted in the film: Mark “Oz” Geist, Kris “Tanto” Paronto, and John “Tig” Tiegen. All three were a part of the...

  • By Douglas Davidson January 18, 2016 There are two types of movies that typically don’t get me excited to go to the theater: military biopics and Michael Bay directed movies. 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi combines them both into a cinematic adaptation of...