Tribeca 2018


Howard Review: A Touching Reminder of a Beautiful Voice Silenced Too Soon [Tribeca 2018]

'Howard' Review: A Touching Reminder of a Beautiful Voice Silenced Too Soon [Tribeca 2018]

Director/screenwriter Don Hahn (producer, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast) reminds us of the beautifully creative life and times of famed lyricist Howard Ashman in his touching and informative documentary Howard, which had its premiere at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival; and Bleeding Cool had the opportunity to screen during the festival's run. Over the […]


Driver Ed Review: Jacob A. Ware Shines in Offbeat Surreal Webseries [Tribeca 2018]

Driver Ed Review: Jacob A. Ware Shines in Offbeat Surreal Webseries [Tribeca 2018]

One of the benefits that came with Bleeding Cool getting our hands on this year's Tribeca Film Festival was a better understanding of just how much content they offer beyond the big screen: television, gaming, VR demonstrations, and a number of aspects of the storytelling landscape. One of the events that best represents Tribeca's growing […]



[#Tribeca2018] Cobra Kai Teaser: Johnnys Bad Sensei is No Mr. Miyagi

[#Tribeca2018] Cobra Kai Teaser: Johnny's 'Bad Sensei' is No Mr. Miyagi

With less than a month to go before Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) reignite a old rivalry from over thirty years ago in YouTube Red's The Karate Kid continuation series Cobra Kai, we're getting a look at "bad sensei" Johnny's "teaching philosophy." Let's just say that Johnny's sensei style is a […]