The end of August signals the end of the summer movie season. And, what a season it’s been. What films stood tall among the rest?
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.
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.
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.
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.
Back in 2008, when The Dark Knight was released, people said we were at a turning point for comic book films. With the release of 2009’s Watchmen, we were clearly entering a new era of comic book influenced films. But are we ready for a dark movie or are we just looking for another all-action-no-brains Avengers?
50 Shades of Grey is a book best described as “Mommy Porn” and it’s coming to a theater near you. Why should you care? Well, did you catch the mommy porn description back there? Thanks to the trilogy Twilight (you may have heard of it), 50 Shades takes over and is now being made into a movie.
If you are a fan of Ewoks, comic books, Stan Lee and/or all things pop culture, then you must be excited to see Morgan Spurlock’s newest movie, Comic Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope. With only 8 movie screenings, fans now have the chance to add 7 new locations AND Q&A sessions by Morgan Spurlock.
The official trailer for Morgan Spurlock’s Comic-Con documentary is finally released. Spurlock combined forces with legendary comic book writer, Stan Lee, to create the first documentary about the world’s largest comic book and popular art’s convention called, Comic Con.
Music legend, Whitney Houston, passed away at the age of 48. She was found dead in her hotel room in Beverly Hills, CA on Saturday, February 11th, 2012. May her voice and legacy continue to live on and inspire future stars.
Groundhog Day should have been a book. The actual story has more potential than the movie shows. This movie leaves viewers craving more details, leaving us to wonder why in the world this movie wasn’t made into a book.