We are giving you the chance to win this one of a kind Freddy Krueger figure, created with such accurate detail that just looking at his mangled face will give you spooks.
The final month of summer is here! August should provide Hollywood a couple more chances for a breakout hit to end this summer the right way.
Let’s not fool ourselves. There’s a BIG difference between theater and theatre… Primarily, it’s this: A theatre is where you watch people on a stage, performing a play, giving a concert, whatever. A theater is where you go to watch
If you wanted to make a movie about the making of the most feared death machine to ever take to the skies, who would you get to direct it? None other than Hayao Miyazaki!
I always knew some day you’d come walking back through my door. I never doubted that. Something made it inevitable. Now there’s blu-ray!!
The Amazing Spider-Man is the franchise reboot nobody asked for, and nobody seems sure whether or not they want. Directed by the appropriately named Marc Webb, the film stars British actor Andrew Garfield in the titular role with the bankable Emma Stone as the lesser-known love interest, Gwen Stacy.
June has come and gone. Now, July arrives with a fury as arguably the two biggest movies of the summer yet to be released hit theaters. The Amazing Spiderman and The Dark Knight Rises have high expectations, but will it live up to the hype?
People Like Us starring Elizabeth Banks and Chris Pine is certainly worth seeing. It’s a little different, a little awkward, and a little slow paced, but if you give it a chance, I think you’ll enjoy it.
With the second season finished, it’s time to take a look at some of the players in HBO’s Game of Thrones we most love to hate. These the 5 least likeable characters you’ll have a poster in your room.
Magic Mike, starring Matthew McConaughey and Channing Tatum, is exactly what you would expect a movie about male strippers. At the end of the day, this is still a male stripper spectacle with just enough class and depth that you don’t feel too guilty watching it.
Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World, starring Steve Carell and Keira Knightley, is a genre bending dark comedy romance drama. The unlikely pairing of Carell and Knightly creates a wonderful, if unexpected, chemistry that remains strong enough throughout to keep everything else together.
Beautiful. You are going to hear that word a lot in regards to Pixar’s latest effort, Brave. The visuals are, without a doubt, amazing. It just lacks that extra something that has given most other Pixar films a special place in adults’ hearts as well.
HBO GO allows people who’ve subscribed to HBO to watch all of their offerings online, on demand. However, and here’s the sticky part, HBO isn’t offering HBO GO as a standalone service. We think it’s time that HBO should offer HBO GO as a stand alone service.
Everyone always gives the human actors and actresses all the praise. But what about the dogs? We have compiled a list of our favorite dogs in Hollywood. They should really start giving out Oscars to our furry friends!
This summer season shows some major blockbuster releases. Last week, we took a detailed look at what the first two weeks of June has to offer as far as movies go. The second half of June seems to be shaping up to be just as impressive as the first.
Have shows like The Sopranos and Desperate Housewives stolen the Soap Opera concept from afternoon TV and made it mainstream?
June promises some big movies and hopes to break Box Office records. Which will do well and which ones will tank? This part 1 of 2 June Movie Preview will take a look at what the first 2 weeks of June has to offer as far as cinema goes.
It basically involves kids becoming zombies, a premise that has yet to be fully explored past Rosemary’s baby in Dawn of the Dead. Right?