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Sanctum Movie Review
Sanctum is a box office bust this weekend, but despite terrible writing and acting the movie is surprisingly tense.
I Spit On Your Grave Movie Review
What would you do if you were tortured and gang raped? Yeah, I'd cut the guy's penis off, too. The movie hits DVD next Tuesday.
Frozen Movie Review
If you go skiing this winter, don't get stuck on the ski lift. You may very well get eaten by wolves. Wolves, dammit!
Find The Eagle, Get a Prize!
The Roman epic adventure The Eagle comes to theaters February 11. It also stars Channing Tatum, if that's any indication.
GasLand Movie Review
Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature,
is one of the scariest movies of 2010.
And Soon the Darkness Movie Review
Amber Heard and Odette Yustman run around in bikinis, which is nice. Oh, and one of them gets kidnapped, too. Karl Urban alert!
Win a Sanctum Prize Pack!
The 3D action-thriller Sanctum comes to theaters on February 11. We're giving away a poster autographed by James Cameron. Yes, that guy.
Henry Cavill Cast as the New Superman
Henry Cavill (best known from
) will play Clark Kent and Superman in the upcoming Superman reboot.
The Rite Movie Review
Anthony Hopkins plays an exorcist in
. He manages to exorcise the excitement right out of the movie.
Win Hatchet II on DVD!
Haven't heard of
? That's because it was only in theaters for three days or so. But it's coming to DVD on Tuesday!
The Housemaid Movie Review
The Housemaid is a sexy, taut, slow-burner of a film that keeps the audience on edge from start to finish. Sounds good, doesn't it?
Case 39 Movie Review
This is Bradley Cooper before he became famous. Seriously,
was filmed three years ago - you know what that means.
Secretariat Movie Review
Secretariat may be the greatest racehorse in history, but that doesn't automatically mean the movie will be any good.
The Top Ten Movies of 2010
Screw the Golden Globes. Ignore the Oscars. Here are the top ten movies of 2010. Don't question. Just accept.
Howl Movie Review
James Franco plays controversial poet Allan Ginsberg, who was taken to trial for his obscene language in a popular poem.
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