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Sometimes a film cries out for a sequel. And sometimes we cry out when we see a sequel. Here are seven movie series that fall into the second group.
GG reviews Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s new movie, “Snitch”.
It’s showtime! Oscars, Top Ten 2012, and the greatest movies ever made.
A boy who never grew up and a dog who won’t stay dead.
The classic musical puts its best foot forward.
Popblerd reviews “Guilt Trip,” the new movie starring the odd couple of Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen.
Argo love yourself–you’re a nominee!
Our last best of 2012 list comes from Big Money. Allow him to adorn you with his picks.
Hugh Jackman sings. Suffers. And sings some more.
Calling foul on the National Film Registry’s bush League decision.
Coming soon. Very soon…
There and back again with Peter Jackson and Co.
For his second soundtrack tune in a year, John Legend eases off of the champagne and gives us the gritty “Who Did That To You,” from the film “Django Unchained.”
A look back at “Birth of a Nation,” one of the most controversial movies in film history.
Star Trek: The Complete Unauthorized History compiles all the television series and film series into an easy to digest bible of the past 45 years of Star Trek.
Crowded House/Split Enz/Pajama Club/Finn Brothers/solo artist/songwriter extraordnaire Neil Finn helps his Kiwi brother Peter Jackson out with a new song.
The book “Hollywood Myths” attempts to get the story behind the story regarding some of the most scandalous situations in film history…like whether Rock Hudson was bumpin’ uglies with…Jim Nabors? Gooollllly!
Half off at Barnes & Noble. Get your Godzilla on. (For the kids, Brave.)
The Police’s guitarist walks the beat with an autobiographical documentary.
Steven Spielberg’s dino classic stomps into theaters next year in 3D. Has it really been 20 years?
One “Star Wars” megafan is deeply conflicted about the Disney/Lucasfilm merger.
Well, was anybody shocked? Remember, when I was setting up this series — back with Day 1′s write-up of May — I warned you that the actual holiday’s corresponding movie was going to be a predictable choice. Given that John Car…
There are a lot of great horror movies out there. I mean, I wouldn’t be writing this series if I didn’t legitimately believe that: but I believe in the simple, glorious pleasures of this genre enough to commit to writing a month-long dai…
Ti West’s The House of the Devil is a peculiar, unassuming little film. It’s an ’80s horror movie created in 2009, filmed with the unmistakable grit and style of the era, but without any of the bells and whistles and camp of its t…
So here we are: the final week of the Halloween season. It’s almost bittersweet — and in this, our last seven days together, it’s time to bring the Halloween goodies fast and furious. We’re gonna get real scary over the next …
Yesterday, we discussed — among other films — Frank Darabont’s The Mist, which examined what happens when groups of people in extreme danger start to turn on each other. One of today’s films, Toby Wilkins’ Splinter, ta…
RZA? The Black Keys? What’s not to love?
The 31 Days of Horror, Days 20-22: A Stephen King Mini-Marathon (The Mist, The Shining, & Silver Bullet)
Nearing the home stretch of this list, I’m aware that we’ve doubled up before: the weekend of October 6th we looked at George Romero’s first two Living Dead movies, and I got vocal about small but wonderful stretches of the other…
We discussed, way back on day 4 of this shindig, the intangible sense of pleasure a cheesy ’80s horror movie has to offer; while that entry, Night of the Demons , makes its mark with irrepressible atmosphere and delightfully low-rent ’…