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Coming this October…31 Days of Horror!

Darkness falls across the land, the midnight hour is close at hand, creatures crawl in search of blood, to terrorize y’alls neighborhood…and website! While...

Circuit Round-Up (Week Ending 9/30)

And the Oscar goes to…Homeland? Wait…what?! Oh, that’s right, I meant the The Emmys — only the second-most substantial entertainment awards...

Battle of the Late Contenders – Hitchcock vs. Promise

As you all know, this year, like almost every other awards season, we’ve had a few party-crashers looking to shake up the slow march to the Oscar nominations by...

Marc Webb will officially return to direct ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’!

It looks as though the issues that Columbia/Sony has worked out whatever issues were potentially going to come between Marc Webb and directing their sequel to ‘The...

TV Review: Last Resort (***)

Shawn Ryan (The Shield) and Karl Gajdusek (Dead Like Me) bring us ABC’s ambitious new thriller, Last Resort, which had its pilot episode premiere on Thursday night....

TV Review: Downton Abbey (***)

Despite a mild backlash from a minority of rather high-profile critics, hit period drama Downton Abbey returned to UK television earlier this month for a much...

End of Watch (****)

Every once in a while, a film sneaks up on you and absolutely knocks your socks off. It’s hardly a rare occurrence these days, especially for me, but it’s...

Community Reactions: Rian Johnson’s “Looper”

Rian Johnson’s newest Looper hits theaters this weekend.  I saw it yesterday after the screening of Life of Pi and one word came to mind after walking out,...

New Trailer for ‘The Silver Linings Playbook’

Perhaps no film has moved farther up in the Oscar race than David O. Russell’s adaptation of ‘The Silver Linings Playbook’. What was once considered an...

The Impossible (***½)

A film that captures real life the way J.A. Bayona captures it in his newest film The Impossible is a rare occurrence in filmmaking.  Not only does he pay...

Life of Pi (***)

New York Film Festival: There are a lot of positive and admirable things about Ang Lee’s latest Life of Pi.  Cinematographer Claudio Miranda captures the most...

Around the Circuit: September 22 – 28

It’s time to visit the week that was via our Around the Circuit piece, where we look back at articles that we feel are worth your time covering the Oscar race, new...

‘To The Wonder’ has been acquired by Magnolia Pictures!

Well, it’s looking like we can officially take ‘To The Wonder’ off of our 2012 Oscar predictions, not that the Early Reviews didn’t already...

NYFF: Taking a look inside ‘Room 237′

Here we are, back again at the New York Film Festival. I missed a little bit of time due to a dental issue that needed taken care of, but I’m back now with a look...

Stars in Shorts (***)

Stars in Shorts is a film/television special (courtesy of Shorts HD) featuring a collection of seven shorts that famous (or should be famous) stars…well, you...

Will ‘Django Unchained’ debut at the Rome Film Festival?

One of the biggest question marks in terms of the prospective quality of ‘Django Unchained’ in my eyes is the seemingly sprawling and undisciplined shooting...

‘Hitchcock’ will be the opening film of AFI Fest!

When the announcements of the lineups for the New York, Telluride, Toronto, and Venice Film Festivals all excluded ‘Hitchcock’ we were led to believe that...

Circuit 3: Michael Douglas

Michael Kirk Douglas turned 68 on Tuesday, September 25th, 2012. Born in 1944 to legendary actor Kirk Douglas and his wife, Diana Hill, Michael would grow up to follow...

Justin Timberlake to play an alcoholic food critic in the romantic comedy ‘The Last Drop’

Justin Timberlake’s transition to acting has been quite a mixed bag with movies ranging from the great (The Social Network, Black Snake Moan) to the decent...

Solomon Kane (**½)

After countless days (and in fact several years) spent sitting on the shelf, ‘Solomon Kane’ is finally hitting theaters this Friday, and go...

The Inbetweeners (***)

I’ve never seen the television show ‘The Inbetweeners’ that ran for a few seasons in the United Kingdom, but this film adaptation of the program...

Roundtable with ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ director Stephen Chbosky

It’s always great to get to interact with filmmakers and pick their minds about their craft. But rare is it that you have the chance to talk to someone who wrote...

Say hello to your Uncle Charlie…the first “Stoker” trailer has arrived!

Presented in all its creepy glory, without that annoying ET voice over, the first full length trailer for Park Chan-wook’s newest film Stoker arrived online today....

Hugh Jackman ripped and ready to fight in new ‘Wolverine’ still

After the sour taste that the original Wolverine spin off left in our mouths, many speculated that the sequel might not happen. But thanks to the critical and box...

Snakes on a Boat: Look Inside Noah’s Ark

“Snakes. Why’d it have to be snakes?” Indiana Jones might not enjoy the apparent hobby Noah has of collecting them, but in this new image from Darren...