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New Underworld Awakening Poster
Screen Gems just released a new poster for Underworld Awakening, featuring a black leather-clad Kate Beckinsale.
Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale Movie Review
You better watch out, you better not cry, better not pout, I'm telling you why: Santa Claus is coming to town. And he's going to eat you.
Paranormal Activity 3 Sets Box Office Record
Paranormal Activity 3 broke several box office records today and ensures that there will be more sequels and prequels in the near future.
The Caller Isn’t Your Average Horror Movie
It looks like a knock-off version of When a Stranger Calls starring that chick who was stupid enough to negotiate herself out of a starring role in Twilight.
Who Likes Exorcism? The Devil Inside Trailer
I'm an atheist but by God I love me some exorcisms! The first trailer for Paramount Pictures' upcoming horror movie is now online. And it's about exorcisms.
The Thing: Better or Worse than John Carpenter’s?
When is a remake not really a remake? It isn't quite clear what
is. More importantly, does the movie live up to the John Carpenter original?
I Scream for Scream 4: An Enlightening DVD Review
Scream 4 is now on DVD. We've reviewed it. For you. Not for us, but for you. Short story short: the movie is pretty good, the DVD lame. Read on.
The Others Scares Itself Onto Blu-Ray
The creepy 2001 thriller The Others creeps onto Blu-Ray this week, and if you haven't seen this classic - or haven't seen it in a long time - it's worth adding to your collection.
John Carpenter’s The Ward Ain’t No Thing
After a decade away from theaters and 15 years since his last good movie, horror master John Carpenter returns with
. Unfortunately, it sucks.
Tucker & Dale vs Evil Movie Review
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil
is one of the funniest and ingenious movies of 2011. You just have to see it to believe it.
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Be Afraid of this Crappy Movie
Don't be fooled by Guillermo del Toro's contributions to this movie: it is one of the dumbest, lamest movies of 2011.
Apollo 18 Flies Shakily Into Theaters
Apollo 18 finally hits theaters today. It's been bounced around the release calendar and wasn't screened for critics, but who knows... maybe it will be good. Yeah. Right.
Seattle FilmJabbers: Win a Free Pass to MIFF!
The Maelstrom International Fantastic Film Festival (MIFFF) is taking place September 16th-18th, 2011 in Seattle, WA. Win a free weekend pass!
Priest Movie Review: Not So Heavenly
Paul Bettany is at it again, trying to be a Goody Two-Shoes by saving humanity from eternal damnation in Priest, on DVD and Blu-Ray this week.
The Woman in Black is One Scary Woman
Harry Potter is gone, but Daniel Radcliffe is still around, and if this new trailer is any indication, he may be around for a while.
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‘Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation’ Review
‘Vacation’ Review: Griswold Goodness
Review: ‘Southpaw’ Lands Some Blows, but No KO
‘Pixels’ Review: Sandler Save or Sacrifice?