By popular demand, ReenSnackments gives “Pulp Fiction” the Steak and Eggs treatment in “Gulp Fiction.”
Jason Bateman’s new flick ‘Bad Words’ goes wide this weekend, and Focus Features has give us an exclusive peek at one of the scenes!
Something about the complex nature of Game of Thrones plus an inability to comprehend much of anything on Sunday nights has left many with no idea what’s going on heading…
He’s about as charming and graceful here as his characters are.
It’s “Seven” as you’ve never seen it before—with grown men dressed up as food.
Harrison Ford looks like he had some work done.
They’re like white Bushwick Bills.
It doesn’t have a lot of Burgundy, but the Burgundy it does have is gold.
This baby looks like the little man from ‘Twin Peaks’.
If you only like people once they’re rich and famous, you might not like this video.
You seem to care an awful lot about a casting decision for a movie that won’t be out for two years. Do you care as much about the fact that you’re 45 pounds overweight?
“Now tell us a little something fun about yourself, superheroes.”
Who will make our Mount Rushmore?
Who thought this was a good idea?
It’s for the kids…
It never stops being cool. Also, Chris Pratt.
Who knew that Knocked Up would wreak so much havoc in the world of movie marquee management?
Any witch way but loose…
Available December 21st on Blu-RayTM and DVD…
Will Smith has really let himself go.
Being a father sucks. ‘Twilight’ makes it even worse…
Try this out on your gullible friends. If you don’t know who your gullible friends are, then you’re the gullible friend.
Is this the ghost of a Michael Jackson impersonator?
This one’s kinda mean.
Yes, Christopher Walken says the words “vajiggle jaggle,” in case you were wondering.
In honor of Taken 2 – where Liam Neeson’s family gets taken by Albanians… AGAIN – Hal hunts down security experts to help ensure that he, his family, and you the audience – do not get took.
This Week: Avengers Haters Assembled!
There’s not any actual footage from the movie or any looks at the cast, but it’s pretty cool.
In the latest episode of Speakeasy, comedian Paul F. Tompkins interviews Captain Malcolm Reynolds himself, Nathan Fillion.
Going from Tom Hardy to a sausage is pretty much a lateral move anyway.