The 6 Hottest Movie Prostitutes
Sunday, May 6 by Steve Silverman

  Movie prostitutes often take on a romantic notion. The so-called hooker with the heart of gold is often portrayed in a friendly manner by stunning actresses. While this may…

The 5 Most Gruesome Deaths In Cinema
Wednesday, April 25 by Steve Silverman

  Murderous, gruesome and horrible deaths are a staple of the movie industry. Some of the most brutal and graphic deaths will stay with movie goers for years after they…

All In! 7 High Stakes Poker Movies
Wednesday, February 8 by Steve Silverman

 

Whips and chains and fists excite her.
8 Movie And TV Characters Who, Like Chris Brown, Don’t Deserve A Second Chance
Monday, January 23 by

And probably not a first one, either.

6 Casino Movies Where The House Finally Lost
Friday, January 13 by Irving Oala

The old saying “the house always wins” is usually true in real life, but when it comes to Hollywood narrative, it’s a lot more fun for an audience if someone…

6 Of The Worst Movie Wives To Ever Say I Do
Sunday, January 8 by Gregory Wakeman
Amanda Peet (Left) | Some Dude Who Used To Be Kind of Funny (Right)
The Worst Movie Wives And Girlfriends Of The Past 20 Years
Wednesday, August 24 by

Unfortunately, they’re also all kind of hot. Hmmmm…

9 Film Characters Who Were Buried Alive
Thursday, September 23 by

Aside from sitting through a Tyler Perry movie marathon, what’s more horrifying than the thought of being buried alive? OK, fine; watching Love, Actually. But you get my point. Being put underground and left for dead is a horrifying prospect. Which is what makes the new film, Buried, so intriguing.
The premise is simple: a man, played by Ryan Reynolds, wakes up six-feet underground with nothing but a lighter, a knife, a cell phone, and no recollection of how he got there. In fact, the premise is so simple that it doesn’t seem like it could carry a feature film. But based on the positive reviews thus far, the filmmakers found a way to make a compelling movie about a man in a box.
In honor of this achievement, we’ve put together a list of nine classic “buried alive” movies. Enjoy, or so help me God, I will put you in the ground while you’re still breathing.

Mark Wahlberg’s Big Screen ‘Entourage’/'Hangover’ Mashup
Tuesday, June 8 by

Douche lovers around the world have been salivating since December when rumors of an "Entourage" movie began to surface. Now, producer Mark Wahlberg has laid out some specifics, saying that the show will most likely last two more seasons before it's made into a feature film. He also dropped hints about possible plans for a wildly original plot. "In the trailer, you see [Ari Gold and his associate, Lloyd] waking up together in Vegas not knowing what happened," Wahlberg imagined. "It would be pretty cool!" Jesus Christ? As long as we're blatantly ripping off Vegas movies, why not go the Casino route and have Vince and the gang beaten to death in a secluded cornfield? That would be even funnier than the time Drama banged the furry (LOL!), mainly because they'd all be bleeding and gasping for air (LMAO)! (First Showing)