Fringe
Wednesday, September 17 by

The X-Files have been off the air for years, but if your life just hasn't had enough TV drama laced with weird crap, then you're in luck. J.J. Abrams is taking a break from cashing his Lost checks to put together a science fiction series that deals with the dark and evil side of scientific research.

Fringe Gets Even Weirder In Episode 2
Wednesday, September 17 by

Recap: Season 1 episode 2. "The Same Old Story." After last week's pilot, comparisons to The X-Files were being thrown from every direction and this episode certainly isn't going to do anything to fix that. Story:

Dickhead Director of the Week: David O’Russell
Tuesday, September 16 by

He’s known as one of the most unstable asshole directors out there, but today two of his actors from the set of Nailed are standing up for him. Here’s a little history of the conflict and some background on the ‘mercurial’ David O' himself.

10 Craziest Kelsey Grammer Moments
Tuesday, September 16 by

Screenjunkies’ ongoing series of Craziest Moments brings a man so brilliantly suited for the spotlight that the list practically compiles itself. You have to ask: Is Kelsey a thespian? Is he a motivational speaker? Is he a choral god with Pan's Pipes just freaking genetically sewn into his throat muscles? The answer, dear friends, is a resounding YES. We hope you enjoy.

This Week’s DVDs That Don’t Suck: Chuck, Duck, Cruise!
Tuesday, September 16 by

I have a hard enough time getting anything done thanks to the enormous amount of entertainment that's constantly available. Now, thanks to every TV show ever coming to DVD, it's getting even harder to squeeze work between episodes. But, there isn't a ton of great stuff out this week, so don't go canceling those plans just yet. Here's the best of the pack.

Ben Affleck Directing Heist Movie “The Town”
Tuesday, September 16 by

I think a lot of dudes don’t like Ben Affleck because he’s so successful. He won an Oscar for co-writing Good Will Hunting, has starred in some blockbusters (and some flops), and did a good job with his directorial debut in Gone Baby Gone.  Now he’s back at making us feel unsuccessful by writing and directing a new Warner Brothers flick.

The Osbournes Squeeze More Money and a Documentary Out of Ozzy
Tuesday, September 16 by

You would think four seasons of a wildly popular reality show and even a Behind the Music would be enough time to get Ozzy's story out there, but Jack and Sharon are reportedly teaming up to release a movie about the Oz Man's life in honor of his 60th birthday. As a fan, I think the movie could be good, but as a guy who hates hearing people's Ozzy impressions, I'm a little tentative.

Weeds Season 4 Finale Smokes
Tuesday, September 16 by

Recap: Season 4 Episode 13, "If You Work for a Living, Why Do You Kill Yourself Working?" Nancy screwed up big time and leaves us all a little worried for her safety. She ratted out the Mexican crime boss she loves and got the gay partner of a DEA agent killed. Plus, she forgot to get Silas a birthday gift. But hey, at least she showed her boobs some more.

Cleavage Makes Movie Posters Better
Monday, September 15 by

We think we may have found a revolutionary new way to make any movie poster just that much more eye-catching. Come see for yourself.

Release Date Set For Dakota Fanning Rape Film
Monday, September 15 by

It’s really hard to make a movie where a child star is defiled. So hard it took filmmaker Deborah Kampmeier many years to finally get a release for her Southern Gothic tale Hounddog. Amid boos at press screenings and horrible reviews, the movie hits a few theatres Sept. 19. Here’s a little more info about the controversy surrounding the project.

Bonus Features: Monday Afternoon Link Brigade
Monday, September 15 by

Tonight is the season four finale of Weeds and I am extremely excited. This has been the best season in a while and reports are that Mary Louise Parker gets more naked than ever tonight. 10 PM can't come soon enough.

Eva Longoria Might Be In The Avengers Movie
Monday, September 15 by

There's a lot of speculation going around today about this photo of Eva Longoria leaving the Marvel offices with a business card and a bunch of comics. It all seems a little too convenient for me, but many people are saying that she might end up playing The Wasp in the upcoming Avengers flick.

New XXX Movie in The Works
Monday, September 15 by

A lot of movies have tried to blend extreme sports with traditional Hollywood shoot-em-ups. But few have been successful. To be fair, the original XXX was a totally absurd movie. But it was also pretty awesome to watch for one reason: Vin Diesel is a badass. And it looks like he's back as Xander Cage once again.

Review: Burn After Reading Doesn’t Ignite
Monday, September 15 by

I really believe that the Coen brothers have to make movies to stay alive. They hatched a deal with the devil sometime around 1979. They have created some of the best film characters of all time whose quirky qualities gain traction with viewers and endear audiences. They can also do exactly the opposite.

True Blood: “The First Taste” Has Blood And Sex
Monday, September 15 by

It’s Louisiana, so everybody has to have a problem. If you’re black you’re also gay. If you work in a Walmart you have a rapier wit and are too smart for your surroundings. If you’re captain of the football team, you’re also a sex addict with a penchant for rough rolls in the swamp. If you’re a trailer park blonde, you’re also telepathic.

The Simpsons Take On Peanuts, Transformers for Treehouse of Horror
Monday, September 15 by

You've all laughed hysterically at the Peanuts vs. Goodfellas mash-up, but according to an interview with executive producer, Al Jean, this year's Simpsons Halloween show will poke fun at The Great Pumpkin as well as the Transformers.

Mad Men: “A Night To Remember” Toasts Heineken
Monday, September 15 by

Marriage is like much like the Cold War. I know, I’m married, and I bought a genuine piece of the former Berlin Wall, fashioned into a key chain, at a gas station in Calais when I was on a French exchange program in high school.

Entourage: “Unlike a Virgin” Sees the Return of Justine
Monday, September 15 by

Recap: Season 5, Episode 2. The Entourage world has been turned upside-down. Drama is still famous and Vince is actually working hard for the first time in his career, only to find out that no one is interested in his services.

Review: Righteous Kill Is No Mutt
Sunday, September 14 by

When you're looking for two guys to star in a crooked cop movie, you couldn't really ask for a better pair than Pacino and De Niro. I mean, maybe if you were to land Jesus and Rowdy Roddy Piper it would be close. Does all that star power add up to the best movie ever? No. But, Righteous Kill definitely doesn’t suck. Rating: B-

14 Texas Movies to Watch During Hurricane Ike
Sunday, September 14 by

Well guys, it looks like we’re about to lose my home state to a storm that MSNBC’s sexy Contessa Brewer is calling “Unprecedented.” In a way I’m happy that a hard rain will finally come and wash all the filth off of Houston. But it’s also going to be sad to see the country of my youth given over to the Gods of the Sea.

Bonus Features: Weekend What To Watch
Friday, September 12 by

It’s a good weekend for entertainment.  Most notably, the Weather Channel’s ongoing coverage of Ike as it holds Texas’ face under water while laughing. Here’s our weekly list of what to check out.

The Wild Things Arrive October 2009
Friday, September 12 by

Spike Jones is one of my heroes. He’s become a cultural icon by doing exactly the unique projects that he wants to do. I can watch any of the music videos he did with Michel Gondry over and over. And like Gondry he looks at things through the eyes of a child. This is why Where The Wild Things Are should be a great film.

Devastator Will Be In Transformers 2
Friday, September 12 by

I try so hard not to fall into the Transformers 2 hype, but every time one of these little bits of info slip out, I go spiraling back to my childhood, which I spent sitting on a rug turning robots into cars and then back into robots.

7 Villains For the New Ghost Busters Movie
Friday, September 12 by

By now, you have probably heard that a new Ghost Busters flick is actually in the works. The project is still in its early stages, but we have a few suggestions when it comes to picking a bad guy. Here's a glimpse at our short list. Ghost Dad

Jason Bateman’s New Show Really Sucks
Thursday, September 11 by

I remember in English class how they use to tell us that we had to get through at least a few chapters of a book before we were allowed to decide that it was not worth reading. I made it exactly 4 minutes into Fox’s Do Not Disturb before hurling my TV at a Hurricane Orphan.

Danny Boyle Might Make “28 Weeks Later-er”
Thursday, September 11 by

I don't want to give away any spoilers for 28 Weeks Later since it hasn't been on DVD for all that long, but the ending certainly seemed like a fine way to cap the series. According to some comments made by Danny Boyle, though, the rage virus might continue raging for another movie.

Sons of Anarchy: “Seeds” Has Dead Hookers
Thursday, September 11 by

Recap: Season 2, Episode 1 The boys from SAMCRO explore the possible downside to getting a BJ from two mexican hookers who accidentally get cooked by an exploding gun warehouse.

Worthwhile News Of The Week
Thursday, September 11 by

Sometimes we forego being a respectable movie and TV site in favor of much more entertaining pursuits such as photoshopping boobs on movie posters. That means that sometimes the industry news falls through the cracks.  Here are some of the stories from this week.

Mythbusters Blow Up A Shark and Tear Up Some Phonebooks
Thursday, September 11 by

Season 7, Episode 4: "Phonebook Friction" With seven seasons under their tool belts, the Mythbusters don't have it as easy as they used to. This week Jamie and Adam test to see if two phone books, attached by simply intertwining the pages, can be impossible to pull apart. The other team try to re-enact the final scene from Deep Blue Sea.

Rumer Willis to Bare Boobs?
Thursday, September 11 by

The jury is still out on whether or not Rumer Willis is actually hot (there are some more photos after the break to help you decide), but there is no question she will star in a remake of the 1983 horror flick, The House on Sorority Row. Honestly, it probably won't be very good, but at least it will be rated R.