Fred Olen Ray was already a legendary director of B movies and exploitation films back in the early 1980s. But amazingly, he’s just gotten more prolific with time. His IMDB page lists 134 films with titles like Bikini Girls from the Lost Planet, Super…
Fan-bases are a force of nature. They can kill a show or career, and just as easily bring it back to life. Take Veronica Mars, for instance. Last Friday fans of the long-cancelled show were able to watch another chapter of the teen-noir drama six years after it went off the air, due almost entirely […]
Fans of the Hunger Games who have set their countdown clocks to November 21 are getting an early treat today thanks to the internet. The internet is the best, amirite? While we’re over six months away from the premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 hitting theatres this November, fans can now watch deleted […]
Remember the massive group selfie Ellen took while hosting the Academy Awards? Well, we have the REAL version of that image, and it is fantastic. Read more…
Regardless of how accurate Darren Aronofsky’s Noah movie is to the Old Testament, he’s gotten the basics right — ark, two of every animal, flood, etc. In this new clip, Noah explains to his kids why they’re about to spend 40 days on a floating zoo. They react better than I would have.
The Book Thief: 3.5 stars out of 5 — To embrace this movie based on the Markus Zusak novel, you have to surrender to the Germans — which presents some obvious problems given the film is a period piece set […]
A lot of the most famous adventure heroes are getting kind of long in the tooth. Batman is turning 75, Doctor Who just turned 50. But injecting new blood? Harder than it looks. A lot of “new and awesome” heroes fail within the first year or two. But what’s the weakest effort at creating a brand new badass hero from scratch?
People have been praising The Hunger Games: Catching Fire since it came out last year, but let’s be real: you haven’t seen truly honest review like this one before. The people behind the popular YouTube series Honest Trailers finally took on one of last year’s biggest films and even though we absolutely loved the film, […]
Whether you’re packing up to head down to the sunny beaches or you’re just sitting on the couch waiting for the snow to melt, we’ve got the perfect spring break movie list for you to binge watch this week. For those going on vacay, this can prepare you for what’s to come (lots of partying […]
After nearly 50 years, Star Trek is still transporting us. But which Star Trek? There have been so many, and we all have our own favorites. It’s not just generational, either — it’s personal. Here’s a handy* guide to what your favorite version of Star Trek says about you.
James Gunn, Chris Pratt and Kevin Feige all got together to talk about Guardians of the Galaxy for 30 minutes straight. And they answer just about anything you might want to know about GOTG — including which characters didn’t make the cut.
Mark Wahlberg is set to receive the Generation Award on Sunday, April 13 at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards. MTV announced today that Wahlberg is this year’s recipient, following past winners Jamie Foxx, Tom Cruise, Mike Meyers, Ben Stiller, Sandra Bullock, Adam Sandler, Reese Witherspoon, Jim Carrey and Johnny Depp. The cast of Entourage are […]
The premise isn’t too original, but the idea of casting Seth Rogen, Patton Oswalt and Will Ferrell is 100% wonderful. Read more…
‘Enemy’ and ‘Gabrielle’ dominate the film prizes; ‘Orphan Black,’ ‘Call Me Fitz’ and ‘Jack’ win TV trophies
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This spring break, I’m trying to strike a balance between doing “stuff” and some quiet time for the kids. I need to factor in sometime to do some work while they are home. Plus factor in some sick days (of […]
Whenever a film adaptation comes out, the same klaxons blare: the movie ruined the book! That’s a load of fetid dingo’s kidneys. Case in point, Douglas Adams wrote the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy for just about every available media – radio, book…
With this year’s drama-heavy Oscars in the behind us, we can finally start having some fun again. Unlike award-bait films like Gravity, the next couple of months have some exciting, funny, star-studded movies coming out that you won’t have to take so seriously. Here’s a taste of what we have to look forward to. 300: […]
I can’t wait to see this movie –just in time for March Break, of course! To coincide with the theatrical release, LUDIA has also launched the latest fun trivia game app of the same name. Inspired by the latest DreamWorks […]
It’s time to celebrate, Torontonians! Today the beautiful metropolitan city of Toronto turns 180 and has never looked better. Actually, if we could get rid of some of this snow it would be an improvement, but hey, this just means our Dairy Queen birthday ice cream cake won’t melt. A city that goes from beach […]
© 2004-2013 Rebecca Bollwitt – Miss604. The Rio Theatre is serving up a mix Band-Aids, cyborg cops, King Arthur, and Klingons which is sure to satisfy any cinephile’s appetite, especially late at night on a Friday. These 19+ screenings can be complimented with a beverage from the theatre’s full service bar as you enjoy a […]
Have you ever wanted to go back in Time? Dave and I love our travels, but sometimes we think they’d be a bit more exciting if we were in a different era. You know, the era where everything was new and exotic? Where explorers faced the unknown and discovered new civilizations, new cultures and new artifacts. In honour of the new Dreamworks movie Mr. Peabody and Sherman coming out on March 7, the Expedia Viewfinders were asked, where would they go if they could travel back in time? For us, the clear choice was 1936 Cairo. We’ve had the good fortune to travel to Cairo on a number of occasions, but to be able to see it then, would be an entirely different experience.
You see, movies have always influenced
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Well Go USA Entertainment announced the Blu-Ray/DVD debut of Confession of Murder, an action-suspense film starring Jung Jae-Young (Public Enemy 3, Battle Ground 625) and Park Si-Hoo (Haru: An Unforgettable Day in Korea). Directed by Jung Byung-Gil (Action Boys), the […]
Good news: There’s a Star Wars novel that focuses on Han Solo, everybody’s favorite interplanetary smuggler and vest-wearing rogue. Even more good news: Honor Among Thieves is written by James S.A. Corey, author of Leviathan Wakes. Final good news: We…
The He-Man movie has been languishing in development hell for almost a decade now, and I don’t really know if that’s ever going to change, But just in case, Fox has tapped three potential directors for the theoretical film, and they are totally not wh…
Can you name all of the famous science fiction films represented by these beautiful and bizarre posters from Hungary? You’ve seen Star Wars posters from all over the world and the wild paintings used on Ghana’s movie posters . But nothing is more…
When Life of Pi received the Oscar for best Visual Effects, Rhythm & Hues, the studio responsible for its eye-popping effects, had just announced that it was filing for bankruptcy . You can now watch the full documentary, Life After Pi, which explains the industry model that is financially bleeding VFX studios dry.
Sometimes a movie, book or TV show can be cool, and have interesting characters, and tons of avid fans — but you just can’t bring yourself to like it, because the premise makes no damn sense to you. Which great science fiction or fantasy universe could you not appreciate because of a flaw in the basic idea?
By Nick Patch TORONTO — The morning Owen Pallett woke up to find out he was an Academy Award nominee, he felt thousands of miles away from the rigorous glamour of Hollywood’s biggest night. In one sense it was literal […]
The half creep, half hero male counterpart to Hannah in Girls is rumored to be playing a villain who’s introduced in J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars. Rumors suggest the character is “Darth Vader”-like. Because casting a young Vader worked out so well last time.
We love the premise for The Book of Life: It’s a Romeo and Juliet story set during the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead. Read more…
You know what ol’ Jack Burton always says at a time like this? HELL YEAH. Boom Studios has — very cryptically — announced they’re making a comic based on John Carpenter’s 1986 masterpiece Big Trouble in Little China with this awesome image of Jack Burton by The Goon‘s Eric Powell.
Some villains strive for wealth and power. Some villains strive for glory. But a surprising number of villains are motivated solely by their tangled relationships with the hero. These are love-hate relationships, in which the villain just wants to impr…
© 2004-2013 Rebecca Bollwitt – Miss604. The Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (“VOKRA”) is hosting their 3rd annual Oscar Party at the Morrissey on Sunday. VOKRA is a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing cats around the Lower Mainland and placing them in foster homes, covering costs and providing support. Their Oscar parties combine a red […]
Hollywood has refused to give up on the idea of a new Ghostbusters sequel for decades now. But even the recent passing of original star and screenwriter Harold Ramis hasn’t derailed the project, as director Ivan Reitman is reportedly meeting with Sony …
Big companies continue to squeeze all the fun and whimsy out of the internet, with Paramount Pictures this week claiming the scalp of a bizarre and wonderful Twitter account that had been tweeting out the movie Top Gun, one frame […]
The movie adaptation of The Stand has resurrected. But can Stephen King’s winding end of days novel fit into just one movie? Warner Brothers certainly hopes so. Read more…
It’s still one of the greatest magazines about science fiction of all time, and you can read Starlog for free over at the Internet Archive. The first issue includes a great look at Star Trek from the perspective of a mid-1970s fan, plus a look at how S…