Take the social media hashtag #FacesInThings, use an algorithm and resizing to average them all…
Producer Jason Blum is always a good interview. He’s forthcoming, he doesn’t mind negative questions,…
Between Screamfest films, a colleague and I were discussing the sometimes-great gulf between what directors…
C. Robert Cargill is living the movie blogger dream, having gone from reviewing movies online as Ain’t It Cool News’ “Massawyrm,” to co-creating his own bona-fide franchise now with the Sinister films
Synergy’s a tiny robot who projects old home movies as holograms so that Jem can remember that family is important.
Look, I know the movie probably would not even have been made if the budget were big, but giving it to Blumhouse and having them cut corners on so many aspects just really, really seems like the wrong move in hindsight.
Please let this deliver, and not be the Freddy’s Dead of the series.
Today in Blu-ray, Spirited Away is what you need. Don’t argue.
The prolific producer discusses all his franchises, and whether there could ever be a shared universe.
With Whannell, who makes his directorial debut with the horror prequel Insidious Chapter 3, opening Friday, the conversation can go anywhere.