Tom Stockman||The Movie Scene

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Tom Stockman is a St. Louis native who’s been obsessed with movies as long as he can recall. Tom is Creative Editor at We Are Movie Geeks (www.wearemoviegeeks.com), St. Louis’ premiere movie news and review site and also writes about movies for The St. Louis Globe Democrat nostalgia newspaper. Tom is the host and programmer of Super-8 Movie Madness the first Tuesday of every month at The Way Out Club which is, we’re pretty sure, this country’s only monthly festival of movies screened in condensed form in the super-8 sound film format, a long dead medium Tom is desperately trying to bring back to life. Tom hosts the Reel Late Midnight Movie series at the Tivoli where he asks movie trivia and hands out cool movie swag. In 2011 Tom was the Event Director of Vincentennial, the Vincent Price 100th Birthday Celebration, a Cinema St. Louis event featuring film fests, publications, lectures, stage productions, and exhibits all honoring the great horror actor and St. Louis native. For his efforts as the driving force behind Vincentennial, Tom was awarded the coveted Rondo Award for Monster Kid of the Year. But it’s Charles Bronson, not Vincent Price, who is Tom’s all-time favorite movie star and Tom is already in the early planning stages of Bronsontennial for 2021!

“You are cordially invited to George and Martha’s for an evening of fun and games” WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (1966) screens this Friday through Sunday (July 15th-17th) at Webster University’s Moore Auditorium (470 E. Lockwood, Webster Groves, MO 63119). The film begins each evening at 8:00. 
” You’re freaks! I’m a man! The last man!” THE LAST MAN ON EARTH starring St. Louis’ own Vincent Price screens Thursday July 7th at 7:00pm at Schlafly Bottleworks (7260 Southwest Avenue Maplewood, MO 63143). There will be Vincent Price Trivia with prizes!
” You’re freaks! I’m a man! The last man!” THE LAST MAN ON EARTH starring St. Louis’ own Vincent Price screens Thursday July 7th at 7:00pm at Schlafly Bottleworks (7260 Southwest Avenue Maplewood, MO 63143). There will be Vincent Price Trivia with prizes!
The pairing of Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson creates nice chemistry in CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE. It’s too bad that they’re adrift in a lackluster buddy comedy that starts out well but is a distinct let-down for those expecting more...... Read the rest of my review at We Are Movie Geeks.com HERE…
This week’s episode of our podcast WE ARE MOVIE GEEKS The Show is up! Hear WAMG’s  Jim Batts and Tom Stockman and special guest Lynn Venhaus discuss the weekend box office. We’ll review MONEY MONSTER, A BIGGER SPLASH, and THE MAN WHO KNEW INFINITY. Also, we’ll preview THE NICE GUYS, NEIGHBORS…
"I have always depended on the kindness of strangers." Ahead of its time in how it showed raw and naked sexual and emotional passions on the screen, A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE made 27 year-old Marlon Brando, who also played the role of Stanley Kowalski on Broadway, an overnight sensation and…
This week’s episode of our podcast WE ARE MOVIE GEEKS The Show is up! Hear WAMG’s Michelle McCue, Jim Batts and Tom Stockman discuss the weekend box office. We’ll review THE MEDDLER and CAPTAIN AMERICA CIVIL WAR. Also, we’ll preview MONEY MONSTER and THE DARKNESS and then we’ll talk about….CAPTAIN AMERICA CIVIL…
Join us for some old-school 16mm Movie Madness! – It’s our monthly 16MM DOUBLE FEATURE NIGHT at The Way Out Club (2525 Jefferson Avenue in St. Louis) ! Join We Are Movie Geeks‘ Tom Stockman and Roger from “Roger’s Reels’ for a double feature of two complete films projected on 16mm film.…
This week’s episode of our podcast WE ARE MOVIE GEEKS The Show is up! Hear WAMG’s Michelle McCue, Jim Batts and Tom Stockman discuss the weekend box office. We’ll review HUNTSMAN: WINTER’S WAR, SING STREET, and THE INVITATION. We’ll preview MOTHER’S DAY and KEANU, and we’ll wish Jack Nicholson a Happy…
Sappiness overflows in MOTHER’S DAY, an assembly-line rom-com with little on its mind beyond clichés and predictable formula. 81-year old director Garry Marshall, still mining the calendar after the similar NEW YEAR’S EVE and VALENTINE’S DAY, has gathered a bouquet of celebrity movie stars including Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, Jason…
Jake Gyllenhaal takes a sledgehammer to his grief in the flawed but well-acted DEMOLITION. It’s the story of Manhattan investment broker Davis Mitchell (Gyllenhaal), whose wife, Julia (Heather Lind), is killed in a car wreck while they’re arguing about a leaky refrigerator. Davis is uninjured and, while waiting in the…
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