We know how much you value our opinion, so it’s that time when we tell you what we thought was awesome and what was crap at the movies this past year.
Mickey Rourke came out on a British talkshow the other day as a future portrayer of a gay rugby player.
I guess there’s really no shame in failing to match the raw-star power of Dan Aykroyd.
Good news, Avengers fans! The film has a plot. Bad news, Avengers fans. The plot may involve Demi Lovato.
Learn about the top five comedy movies 2010 to ensure you see them all. Comedy feature films are always big hits with anyone who wants to unwind by watching a…
If you're looking to for the 5 best World War I movies, perhaps these selections may come to suit your fancy. Long before the hellish journey that was World War…
There have been hundreds of science fiction films over the years but the top 10 classic science fiction movies are liked by mainstream people as well as hard core sci-fi…
Warning: the video you are about to see is not for hippies.
There are two kinds of movie fans in this world: John Wayne fans and Clint Eastwood fans, but both men feature heavily in the best 10 western classic movies. Western's have…
And the winner is…
Why did Kevin Smith film this with a buttcam?
The holiday spirit has been lacking a bit around here lately. Luckily, we have this video of Macaulay Culkin battling vampires to help us recapture it.
Sad Keanu just got some competition.
It’s only natural that Karissa and Kristina Shannon would play a pair of strippers in Somewhere, Sofia Copola’s latest introspective-downtrodden-celebrity-who-struggles-to-find-himself flick.
Steven Soderbergh is not a happy tree.
If you’ve been thinking that you got stupider this year, Video Gum put together a terrific retrospective as to why.
In the trailer for Cedar Rapids, Ed Helms’s big follow-up to The Hangover, he plays an inexperienced guy (again) who takes a trip (again) and gets blotto (again), beat up (again), and befriends a prostitute (again). And, it looks pretty funny (again).
Asking us to come up with 10 great adventure movies is sort of like asking us to come up with a list of ten great kinds of candy. It isn't…
Once again demonstrating their superior comedic prowess, the Japanese offer us this uniquely bizarre take on how to market a film.
Christmas arrived last week for Tron Guy (aka Jay Maynard) when Tron: Legacy opened nationwide, but his local theater wouldn’t let him in.
Hey, kids! Christmas done come early here at Screen Junkies! And I hope you like melodramatic sci-fi, cause we’re about to shove the extended trailer for I Am Number Four right up your stocking.
In an interview with Dread Central, actor Danny Trejo claimed that a Machete sequel, Machete Kills, was definitely in the works, and that director Robert Rodriguez has already written the script.
For those of you curious what blurry, incomprehensible clusterf*ck of sharp metal Megatron will transform into in Michael Bay’s Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, the wait is over.
A dancer by training, most of Burlesque actress Rachele Brooke Smith’s roles to date have involved some variation of dancing.
Remember this past summer when Salt came out and everyone was super excited and saying things like, “Hey, I just saw Salt for like the fifth time. Probably gonna go back later today and see it again.” Me neither. But, hey, there’s talk of a sequel!
McConaughey gets the case of his career when he’s hired to clear Ryan Phillippe after he’s been accused of imitating Charlie Sheen.
Just when you thought the Good Guy Doll couldn’t be anymore terrifying.
We love inside Hollywood stories, whether it’s The Player or Entourage. Each one offers a different perspective on the movie star fantasy. Coppola’s perspective is bitter and resentful, but still fascinating to watch.
One thing you’ll notice when you see True Grit is that the dialogue is a little different. Obviously they don’t talk like OMG, WTF in the Old West, but it’s different than even the Clint Eastwood and John Wayne westerns.
Director Zhang Yimou, the man behind China’s opening ceremonies at the 2008 Olympic Games and Hero starring Jet Li, cast Bale after he was impressed with the actor’s knowledge of the so-called “Rape of Nanjing.”