Most sprees are fun like the ones where you get to run screaming through a toy store shoving things in your cart but the bad ones start and end with…
A great fight doesn’t need a million strong army or giant explosions, what it needs is to get your blood boiling, your adrenaline triggered and to deliver enough action to…
Not all vacations end with a friendship bonded suicide, most end with some fighting, threats of divorce or getting stalked by evil. With these four women on the…
Creating a movie brings an element of risk. Filming a scene can put actors and stunt people in front of the camera and the crew behind the camera in…
Tiny monsters, unless they find their way up your pants leg just aren’t all that scary. Now add hundreds to thousands of pounds and some anger issues and you’ve got…
The undead genre would’ve lasted four months if they were able to spread their disease by hugging. Luckily for the wallets of many, zombies tend to be worse biters than…
From the imagined to the real, cruel leaders are the true monsters that don’t need to fear the sunlight or hide under beds. Watch the five greatest movies about dictators…
It’s not so great…
The next surprise would be to learn that he directed the whole thing, while J.J. Abrams did drugs in his hotel room.
Further proof that space sucks.
Happy Mother’s Day!
Just in time for Season 5
Let’s hope he’s stabbed with a trident.
Maybe they could just cut out the middleman and start printing money instead!
I didn’t see a single eye patch.
He’s got a style all his own.
Ohmahgahd! (Say it like Vinnie Barbarino)
The Avengers assemble for a better paycheck.
Confusing to casual, non-nerdy fans, that is. Don’t want to step on anyone’s toes.
‘Mission Impossible: Ghostier Protocol’!
Blast off into a new era of actually-watchable ‘Star Trek’ films.
They’re going to be just bad this time, not “ha-ha bad.”
Luke Evans is the new face of vengeance.
Really, go see it. NOW.
Battles to be subjugated and enslaved are far and few between outside your average suburban S&M dungeon, which makes the case for how powerful the urge to have freedom is…
Much better than the sequels!
Matt Dillon is the new Melissa McCarthy.