7 Worst Monsters in TV and Movie History
Friday, June 14 by Stu Moody

Every good, believable hero needs a good, believable villain. Sometimes, the villains are normal people locked in a dramatic struggle with the hero. And sometimes the villain is an awful…

5 First Person Movies That Will Blow Your Mind
Saturday, July 14 by Joseph Gibson
The 6 Most Epic Helicopter Crashes In Movies
Thursday, July 12 by Tony Dayton

Helicopter movies are awesome. Normally when movies feature helicopters, they are involved in rescue missions, combat, or devastating crashes. Some movie helicopters are simple military craft, while others are rescue…

Slusho? 5 Places The Drink Appears in The JJ Abrams Universe
Monday, March 26 by John Coon

Product placement is a well-worn play in the playbook for Hollywood producers and directors. Companies will shell out tons of dough to see their brand onscreen, being used or acknowledged…

5 Outstanding Examples of Viral Marketing For Movies
Wednesday, February 22 by Gregory Wakeman

The progress of technology over the last decade has meant that studios have had to embrace different forms of promotional techniques. Gone are bus posters and countless TV appearances from…

7 Classic Statue of Liberty Moments in Movies
Tuesday, February 7 by Joseph Gibson

Ah, Lady Liberty. She stands tall on Liberty Island, overlooking the New York City skyline. She's an iconic image, so it only makes sense that she's made a lot of…

5 Found Footage Movies
Monday, December 12 by Winston Carter

Shaky cameras, poor audio and a perspective shared with the characters define found footage movies. Although mostly tense horror films, this new trend in cinema has proved to be successful…

Scary Monster Movies To Watch With Girls
Scare the Bra Off Of Them
Tuesday, July 5 by

Choosing scary monster movies to watch with girls is not only the perfect Saturday night activity, it’s also the perfect way to covertly put her in the mood.

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‘Battle: Los Angeles’ Trailer Lays Waste to Santa Monica
Tuesday, January 11 by

The theatrical trailer is up for Battle: Los Angeles, and it shows us a lot more of what we can expect from this end-of-days blockbuster than the teaser trailer did.

‘Cloverfield’ Sequel Is a Long Way Off
Monday, August 9 by

Fans of jerky, POV monster movies are in for some bad news. The Cloverfield sequel isn't coming out anytime soon, according to director Matt Reeves. But despite the lack of progress, Reeves assures fans that the film is on both his and J.J. Abrams' to do list.
"It really isn't the moment for [the sequel] to go any further than it has, but it continues to be a priority for both of us," Reeves told the channel. "J.J. is very immersed in putting together 'Super 8.' He's in pre-production and really, really passionately getting that together. And I'm passionately finishing 'Let Me In.'"
You know what I'm passionately finishing? Putting up with your B.S., Matt Reeves! Make a Cloverfield sequel now, or so help me god, I will tear you apart on my personal blog like that monster tore apart the Statue of Liberty. The choice is yours. (Empire Online)

Michael Bay Wants to Make Alien Abductions Explode
Wednesday, July 28 by

Alien abductions and big explosions: together at last!

Director Michael Bay is teaming with Paramount Pictures to produce Bobby Glickert's upcoming alien film, tentativly titled Confidential Alien Project (don't let them screw with that title, Bobby). While Glickert has directed a few horror shorts, this will be his first full-length feature. Insiders are comparing the film to both Cloverfield and Paranormal Activity, which is a nice way of saying it's cheap. Considering Paramount is hoping to keep the budget at around $12 million, that seems to be the case.

Deadline is reporting that Bay's production company, Platinum Dunes, is currently shopping for writers, so if anyone knows a lot of synonyms for "Kaboom," send your resume here.