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Keep Out, Jerks!: The Ten Best Siege Movies

Today sees the release of the new horror film The Purge, in which once a year, for eight hours, all crime is legal. Those who can afford it, like Ethan… more

First “Insidious: Chapter 2″ Trailer Has Jump-Scares Aplenty

James Wan’s 2010 film Insidious was a surprisingly effective and creepy haunted-kid movie, and now he and screenwriter Leigh Whannell are back for another round of astral-plane demons and creepy… more

Nerdist Podcast: William Shatner

The legendary William Shatner chats with Chris and Jonah about his upcoming show Shatner’s World in movie theaters around the country, his love of making people laugh, and his… more
 

Weird Old Sci-Fi: “Invaders from Mars”

In times such as this, when only last year the perseverance of the human spirit has allowed us to send our most advanced and sophisticated observation robot to the planet… more

Comic Book Day: “Pacific Rim” Writer Travis Beacham Talks “Tales from Year Zero”

Yesterday, we caught up with Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro to talk about Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero, the original graphic novel that serves as a prequel to… more

Guillermo del Toro Talks “Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero”

Summer tentpole season is upon us, as gigantic films with budgets larger than certain European countries’ GDP invade theaters with all manner of superheroes, explosions and over the top action…. more
 

The Shelf: Another “Die Hard,” “Breaking Bad,” “Adventure Time”

This week’s Shelf has some zombies, some aliens, a whole lot of car chases, and three, count ‘em, THREE giveaways! What is this, Christmas time? No! It’s the beginning of… more

Jordan Vogt-Roberts and “The Kings of Summer”

In the new film The Kings of Summer, three high school boys, fed up with their respective home lives, find a clearing in the woods and decide to build a… more

Review: “The Kings of Summer” Reigns Supreme

The coming-of-age movie is certainly nothing new, nor is the semi-raunchy teen comedy, though I can’t remember the last time either made me feel as though I really were a… more
 

Weird Old Sci-Fi: “Ghidorah: The Three-Headed Monster”

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYwbxZN11Fs&w=615&h=461] With Pacific Rim coming out this summer, I thought I’d take a look at a Kaiju film from… more

Take Your Home from Stark to Tony with an Iron Man 3 Mark 42 Life-Size Statue

So, imagine you’ve just moved into a new home with a lovely foyer and everything looks perfect. Well, almost perfect. There’s that spot by the staircase that just seems, well,… more

Hi-Yo Silver! It’s a New “The Lone Ranger” Trailer!

A brand new trailer for Disney’s The Lone Ranger galloped into our lives yesterday after presumably leaping from an exploding train that was carrying bars of gold to Microsoft shareholders… more
 

Boldly Go Into Darkness with Star Trek’s Chris Pine

Arguably the most anticipated film of the summer season (it’s tied with Iron Man 3 , Man of Steel, and Pacific Rim), Star Trek Into Darkness marks Chris Pine’s second time… more

“Star Trek Into Darkness” Review: Eye-Popping Action at Warp Speed

Note: while I endeavored to avoid them, this review may contain mild spoilers The short review: Visually stunning and occasionally logically lacking, Star Trek Into Darkness is nothing else if… more

Approaching Warp Speed with Star Trek Into Darkness’ John Cho

Whether he is accelerating the USS Enterprise to warp speed or desperately trying to get an oversized bag of tiny hamburgers and escape Neil Patrick Harris, John Cho is always… more
 

Seattle International Film Festival Preview

If you’re in the Seattle area, or want to make a pilgrimage there, from May 16th to June 9th but don’t really know why or what you’d do there, then… more

“Now You See Me”‘s First 4 Minutes: Magic! Piranhas! A Heist!

Giving off a Zombieland-meets-Ocean’s Eleven by way of Burt Wonderstone vibe, Louis Leterrier’s Now You See Me, a heist/thriller centering around a group of magicians whose most impressive trick… more

“Iron Man 3″ Review: For Tony Stark, the Third Time’s the Charm

 (Note: this review may contain mild spoilers) The short review: Iron Man 3 isn’t a perfect movie, but it may just be the best Marvel movie yet thanks to its… more
 

The Collection: CapeTown Film Fest and Chewbacca Baseball

Here’s a quick dip into The Collection for a few items that end up relating to each other. Let’s look: First, if you’re in the Los Angeles area this week,… more

Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely Talk “Pain & Gain”, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”

In 1999, journalist Peter Collins wrote a series of articles for the Miami New Times about a group of bodybuilders-turned-criminals who had their hands in everything from kidnapping to extortion… more

Robopocalypse Now: Check Out These New “Pacific Rim” Posters

As the summer tentpole season kicks off in force with the releases of big budget sci-fi flicks like Oblivion, After Earth and, the seriously excellent Iron Man 3 (I’ve seen… more
 

EXCLUSIVE: Fan-Made “Man of Steel” Opening Credits Pack a Punch

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFRdDjpBAFA?rel=0] Most of us can’t wait to see some of the summer’s biggest blockbusters, but have you ever been so eager… more

“Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope,” 1-Minute Speedrun Edition

Typically, the term “speedrun” is applied to fanatical gamers trying their damnedest to make it through a video game in the shortest time possible (I’m lookin’ at you, guy who… more

The Unique Fighting and Driving of Jack Reacher

Recently, a press event was held at the Paramount lot which showcased the stunt performers and sequences for the Tom Cruise film Jack Reacher, which is out today for Digital… more