WWE seeking a new home for 'Raw,' 'Smackdown' and 'Total Divas' Fox to FCC: Many of the "Family Guy" complaints are fake Neve Campbell exits "Guilt by Assoication"
Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014
Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Jan 2, 2014
The actor tells us what it took to prepare for the movie and why he likes biopics
Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Dec 24, 2013
Actress also talks her surprisingly dark turn in 'Skeleton Twins' with Bill Hader
Type: Article | Date: Monday, Dec 16, 2013
DC Comics' solicitation information for March 2014
Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Dec 12, 2013
But don't look for 'Frozen,' 'Nebraska' or 'The Lone Ranger'
Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013
Film categories will follow on January 2
Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 15, 2009
In this undistinguished Stephen King horror adaptation, the good residents of Tarker's Mill are dense enough to ignore or explain away a series of violent deaths until a little boy is torn to pieces while flying his kite after dark. At that point, the men gang up and go into the fog-shrouded woods to hunt down whatever slasher is out there. The most they achieve is the sighting of one hairy arm and a few more sacrificial victims. But life goes on, and when the summer fireworks show is cancelled because people have deduced it might be fatal to stay out after dark, the Coslaw family's invalid, wheelchair-bound son Marty goes coasting off to the bridge to shoot his own fireworks. Needless to say, the hairy killer beast that is certain to be lurking there gets shot in the eyeball by one of Marty's rockets and is now an unhappy hairy killer beast. Even when a respected town biggie starts wearing an eyepatch, no one really takes notice. They must not watch many horror films. ~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide
Type: Article | Date: Monday, Oct 28, 2013
Vote: What do you think of the casting choice?
Type: Post | Date: Saturday, Oct 5, 2013
Is this really what a quarter-century of active development leads to?
Type: Post | Date: Thursday, Aug 22, 2013
How different do you think modern filmmaking would look?