Global Movie News for 11 Dec 2018
After Kevin Hart stepped down as the host of next year's Oscars, it seems the Academy Awards might consider just skipping the idea of a host entirely.
What you need to know from Tuesday's TV, music and movie news.
These are the Top 10 Movies you nearly missed because you didn't know any better, until now that is.
Predicting the canon of Christmas movie future has never been easy. Here's what The Times wrote about some of today's favorites when they first hit screens.
If you’re a fan of Castlevania, or know someone who is, Mondo sure has got ya covered this holiday season. Currently available in their shop, you can grab the Original Video Game soundtrack on vinyl... for just $20, in celebration of the game’s 30th anniversary. Yes, we’re talking the original soudntrack to the 1986 Famicom/NES classic […]
While we’ve already seen the character appear in “Gotham” (shown above with Anthony Carrigan in the role), DC Comics supervillain Victor Zsasz is set to be one of the antagonists in Birds of... Prey. Chris Messina, pictured below in “Sharp Objects”, will play the sadistic serial killer who carves a tally mark onto himself for […]
Revealed at E3 earlier this year, Tripwire Interactive’s Maneater is one of my most anticipated games of 2019, for the simple reason that it allows you to play as a hungry killer shark. Taking cues... from Majesco's 2006 game Jaws Unleashed, you swim around in an open world environment where almost everyone and everything can be your next […]
Janet Maslin reviewed "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" for The New York Times on Dec. 1, 1989. Read the original review.
Caryn James reviewed "Die Hard" for The New York Times on July 15, 1988. Read the original review.
Jeannette Catsoulis reviewed "Black Christmas" for The New York Times on Dec. 27, 2006. Read the original review.
Vincent Canby reviewed "Gremlins" for The New York Times on June 8, 1984. Read the original review.
Vincent Canby reviewed "Scrooged" for The New York Times on Nov.23, 1988. Read the original review.
Bosley Crowther reviewed "White Christmas" for The New York Times on Oct. 15, 1954. Read the original review.
Joe Dante‘s 1984 Gremlins was a hot title at this year’s Crazy 4 Cult 12 exhibit at Los Angeles’ Gallery 1988. Perfectly timed for the holiday season, this Christmas-themed horror movie inspired... several pieced of art that blends the joyous season with Gizmo and the slimy, green creatures. Here are some of the best pieces, all available for purchase at […]
Bosley Crowther reviewed "It's a Wonderful Life" for The New York Times on Dec.23, 1946. Read the original review.
A.O. Scott reviewed "Love Actually" for The New York Times on Nov.7, 2003. Read the original review.
Based on the Japanese manga series "Gunnm" by Yukito Kishiro, the Robert Rodriguez-directed, James Cameron-produced/co-written Alita: Battle Angel hopes to kick-start a brand new film franchise early... next year, and we’ve got a new poster for ya today. Find it below. Set in the 26th century... "Alita tells of a female cyborg that is discovered in a scrapyard by […]
One of the coolest piece of art on display at Gallery 1988‘s ongoing Crazy 4 Cult 12 exhibit is this trippy three-dimensional piece of work that pits Bruce Campbell‘s Ash vs. the Temporal Vortex... in Sam Raimi‘s Evil Dead II: Dead By Dawn. Created by Bryan Brinkman, this piece of work is framed and priced at $350. It […]
In the eyes (and ears) of many, the late Jóhann Jóhannsson‘s Mandy score is one of this year’s very best, and the hope was that Jóhannsson would be receiving his final Oscar nomination for his... contributions to the film. Jóhannsson, who passed away early this year, had been nominated for The Theory of Everything and Sicario, so he was […]
There’s another addition to the massive cast of the now-filming 47 Meters Down: Uncaged, which is lensing in the Dominican Republic under the eye of director Johannes Roberts. Rising U.S. actress... Brec Bassinger (pictured below left; Bella and the Bulldogs), recently cast as Stargirl in the Warner Bros and DC Universe streaming series of the same name, has joined John Corbett("Sex in the City"), Nia […]
We of course know that David Dunn, Elijah Price and Kevin Wendell Crumb are superhuman, but Sarah Paulson’s character isn’t quite convinced in this new international trailer for M. Night... Shyamalan‘s sequel to both Unbreakable and Split, next year’s Glass. Now it’s time for the three to convince the world they exist… and that’s not […]
One of the best werewolf movies ever made is also one of the greatest coming-of-age horror films. John Fawcett‘s Canadian indie Ginger Snaps (2000) introduced us to Katharine Isabelle, who would go... on to star in both Freddy vs. Jason and American Mary, and Emily Perkins as two death-obsessed sisters who must deal with the tragic consequences […]
It was a crazy weekend in news so let Whitney Moore recap some of the hottest horror headlines from last week, including a look at the trailer for the James Gunn-produced BrightBurn; the Resident Evil... reboot has found a director in Johannes Roberts; and “Mortal Kombat 11” has an incredibly gory first trailer. Here is […]
Dolly Parton was only planning on writing the theme song for the new Netflix film, Dumplin' -- about a plus-sized, Parton-loving Texas teenager (Danielle Macdonald) who enters her mother's (Jennifer... Aniston's) beauty pageant. But then the country music legend, 72, got inspired working with producer Linda Perry, 53, formerly of alt-rock act 4 Non Blondes, […]
The Disney Store has just released a brand new exclusive comic-inspired Venom action figure. Created by Diamond Select, it’s allegedly limited and priced at $25. The Marvel Select Venom Action... Figure is based the character's appearance in Marvel Comics, and measures 7.75 inches tall with 16 points of articulation. It includes three interchangeable heads, each […]
While Syfy celebrates New Year’s with their annual “Twilight Zone” marathon, Travel Channel has penciled in their own marathon, kicking off on Monday, December 31st. The channel is ringing in... 2019 with a two-day marathon of its wildly popular, hit series "Ghost Adventures," featuring Zak Bagans, Aaron Goodwin, Billy Tolley and Jay Wasley - the paranormal investigative team […]