At first Rakes suggests to the local Sheriff that they simply murder those who are uncooperative, but the sheriff makes it clear that law enforcement officials who abuse their power in Franklin County will find themselves hanging from a tree.
After signing on with one of the fastest growing video on demand companies, Gravitas in Hollywood, we’ll be launching our digital release starting July 1st! This means over 15 different platforms will offer Silver Circle through online streaming and
After seeing “World War Z,” I walked through Times Square, and, as I made my way to the subway, I wondered why the movie—which is, after all, just a very expensive zombie flick
Now, that’s satire we need more of...
No box office smash, "We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks," captured the No. 4 spot in last week's most pirated movies roster, compiled by TorrentFreak, a news site covering all things torrent-related.
With a collection of over 60 Anthony Hopkins’ films, these film recommendations will assist you in viewing some of what I consider his best.
Don’t kid yourself. you know you’re jonesing for summer movies that get right up in your fricking face. We all are. But, jeez, do we really need the overkill?
One of the common themes found in Superman stories written over the last 75 years is the complicated way in which the hero relates to humanity.
The first trailer for "300: Rise of an Empire" — the long-awaited sequel to the 2006 epic — is here.
As far as I can see – nothing has changed when it comes to people’s adulation of the “special” people who rule over them.Entered By: Christine -
The first trailer for "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" is here and we get to see the villainous dragon.
A short film written and directed by Eliot Rausch, presented by the Lincoln Motor Company as part of the “Hello, Again” series, which asks filmmakers to reimagine the familiar into something fresh and new.
The final "Man of Steel" trailer has been released and it's the BEST yet.
No matter how much movie studios may wish for one, there is no crystal ball that will predict how much money a flick will make at the box office.
Leonato (Clark Gregg), the governor of Messina, is visited by his friend Don Pedro (Reed Diamond) who is returning from a victorious campaign against his rebellious brother Don John (Sean Maher).
Filmmaker Martin Villeneuve talks about Mars et Avril, the Canadian sci-fi spectacular he made with virtually no money. In a charming talk, he explains the various ways he overcame financial and logistical constraints to produce his unique and ......
For me, the journey William Blake (Johnny Depp) and Nobody (Gary Farmer) share is one of beauty in the midst of human depravity.
A totalitarian [control] grid system under the guise of "sustainability" --propaganda ... these so-called "smart" meters put out extreme health damaging electromagnetic pulse radiation 24/7 and will always know when you're home, your energy use, and
In America we’re taught to believe that Tyranny can’t happen here. What does Tyranny actually look like, and how does it grow? Larken Rose sets the stage so you can then enjoy his new documentary film “It Can’t Happen Here”, shown in a Director’s Cut
Hey guys! It's been a while, but we're finally back with another short film! This one is called, "Liberation!" The trailer doesn't give much away, but I think you guys will REALLY enjoy it!
J.J. Abrams has graced the Star Trek franchise with another winning film. One that is better than the original and able to balance the need of keeping audiences interested while paying homage to Star Trek's past.
Humans aren't the luckiest creatures in "After Earth," a new science fiction movie that hit theaters around the United States today (May 31).
Whose side are you on? That’s the essential question in director Zal Batmanglij and co-writer/star Brit Marling’s new film The East.
A beautiful and wondrous film for those (both children & adults) who sense non-ordinary reality and are unafraid to explore and embrace it.
The surprise hit of Cannes? Robert Redford is so terrific in a “silent” film here that he could easily win the Best Actor award.
This film was just perfect for me…intrigue, psychopathology, mystery, and the toying with those who think they are superior to a man whose genius far exceeds the majority surrounding him.
A while ago, in a litter box not close at all . . . .
From Sofia Coppola's "Bling Ring" to Ryan Gosling's latest, these movies will heat up a chilly South of France
J.J. Abrams, the director of this week's Star Trek: Into Darkness and 2015's Star Wars Episode VII talks about not liking Trek as a kid and the differences between the franchises with Jon Stewart on The Daily Show.
Sometimes home is as far as away you can get from those related to you by blood.