The red band trailer for “Neighbors” is out, and it’s hilarious.
Godzilla is roaring back to theaters, so we decided to have an all-out movie monster throwdown. Which one is the best?! Who would win in a fight?! And which ones aren’t even monsters at all?!
Apes. Together. Strong.
Dude, you’re too old for roommates.
The wait is over.
The Butler didn’t do it.
JawZilla would also be a great rap name.
The ancient scrolls prophecy that she shall ride a Segway with the dawn of the Fourth Blood Moon.
May the 4th was just with us, and the cast for Star Wars: Episode VII has been announced – what better time to revisit Attack of the Clones, the movie that confirmed our very bad feeling about the prequels. So strap in for this sequel to the very first Honest Trailer EVER!!
It’s the Muppet Babies version of Batman
Sunday night belongs to HBO. Not legally, of course. But figuratively.
Maybe this movie was so good it could have made any collection of songs popular.
Yup, Eddie Murphy will be returning as Axel Foley.
Imagine what it would be like if Wes Anderson directed a porno. Now imagine somebody was able to rent a dolly and get enough pink wallpaper to make it a…
Sorta. Although that would be awesome.
If only this could be a real thing. If only.
The sequel to the creepy and spooky sequel that made the Addams clan a symbol for the intelligent outsider.
Jack Bauer is about to blast his way back onto television and you are RUNNING OUT OF TIME!!! To catch up, that is. We have everything you need to get ready for the return of ’24!’ Spoilers ahead!!
You can’t play an immortal forever.
I like turtles.
In a world where two men, driving a sheepdog, leave everything they’ve ever known in pursuit of love…
We’re in for nasty weather.
And also kinda spoils it.
The veteran actor dies at 71.
When I think of monster trucks, I can’t help but think of Rob Lowe.
What probably stemmed from a focus group of teenage boys turned into a pretty strong anthology.
A mix of old and new and that guy from ‘Girls’.
Spidey is swinging back into theaters soon, so what better time to revisit Sam Raimi’s original wallcrawler trilogy? Relive the thrills, tears, and Gollum-ing of all three original Spider-Man movies.
‘Sleepless in Seattle’ meets ‘Scanners’.