The big DVD and Blu-ray release this week was Marvel’s The Avengers, but since that is now the third-biggest movie in the world and you’ve probably already seen it at least twice by now, I thought I’d review two new movies out on Blu-ray and DVD that you may have missed.
Fantastic Fest 2012 in Austin, TX just finished up and these are capsule reviews of ‘Vanishing Waves, ‘I Declare War,’ and ‘Crave,’ three of the biggest award winners.
We have advance passes to see HERE COMES THE BOOM and we want you to have them! The screening is Wednesday, October 10 7:30 PM at the Cinemark Merriam in Kansas City.
Cashing in on the success of Glee, Pitch Perfect takes viewers on the wacky ride of competitive a capella competition.
Although Hotel Transylvania isn’t Tartakovsky’s creation, you can certainly see his fingerprints all over the film in a script he helped punch-up and his influence to push the movie towards a more high-energy animation style resembling Tex Avery’s classic cartoons.
Besides a challenging time-travel premise, a dark sense of humor, and some thrilling action scenes, Looper has the kind emotional weight that you wouldn’t expect.
Surely when one thinks of great time-travel movies, a couple jump to mind immediately. Of course, I’m talking about Hot Tub Time Machine and Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, so I’m sad to say they have been left off of this Top 10 and are relegated only to the opening remarks section here.
We’re all guilty of quoting-along with our favorite cult classics. Now you can do it in the company of strangers, who’ll quote-along with you!
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 is a backwoods version of American Psycho with equal parts gross-out humor and over-the-top acting.
We have passes to see TAKEN 2 in Kansas City and we want you to have them! All you have to do is fill out the form below and we’ll have a random drawing to determine the winners.
In the new indie documentary ‘The American Scream,’ director Michael Paul Stephenson ‘(Best Worst Movie’) profiles three home haunters at different levels of obsession in the small town of Fairhaven, Massachusetts.
‘The Master,’ confirms an assertion Trey made when he left the theater after viewing ‘There Will Be Blood,’ that the 2007 masterpiece was a turning point for P.T. Anderson.
Here are some capsule movie reviews of the phallic documentary The Final Member and the vulgar comedy New Kids Nitro from Fantastic Fest 2012 in Austin, TX.