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Look, the world doesn't need a Grumpy Cat movie. Grumpy Cat was fun for like a week in 2012. Besides, basically all cats are grumpy, that's why they're so great. Anyway, regardless of what I think, a Grumpy Cat Lifetime Chris...


In one of the weirdest moves in recent home video history, we have the newest trailer for Lionsgate's Wings. Wings is a ripoff of Planes, a Disney direct to home video sequel to Cars that is getting released in theaters...


Part of what has made the Fast & Furious franchise thrive under Justin Lin's direction is his insistence on filming as much real action in-camera as possible. In other words, (spoilers, I suppose) for the final chase sce...


A long while ago we reviewed Atlus Shrugged Part 1 and for a solid chunk of time it was the worst reviewed film on the site. It failed miserably at the box office. Like, really miserably. Undaunted, its right wing produc...




If it happened in the 80s we need a new one of it now seems to be the mantra of Hollywood at the moment. Next up for "revival" is Escape From New York and everyone's favorite badass, Snake Pliskken. Joel Silver and Studi...


Kevin Smith has been mulling a Clerks sequel for a bit. At the end of 2012, it seemed like the only missing piece was Jeff Anderson (Randall) signing on. But then the project kept morphing, from a film, to a web series, to a ...


Flixistentialism is back folks, now with slightly improved audio. On this episode I tell the story of my two circumcisions (that's right...TWO!) and we give my dick the most awesome name EVER. We also discuss holiday movies,...


I've read probably hundreds of thousands of comics in my lifetime, starting at the ripe young age of four and half with issue #21 of Archie Comics' Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures and having most recently completed Av...


Now that Seth MacFarlane's Ted has gone on to become a reasonable success, he pretty much has free reign to do whatever he pleases (much like how he owns Fox's entire Sunday evening lineup). With this much power and mone...


A long-standing joke about creatively soulless Hollywood executives has a young buck standing up and proposing a sequel to the 1942 Humphrey Bogart/Ingrid Bergman classic, Casablanca. Inevitably, that joke is now threatening ...


Everyone loves R-Patz and K-Stew, correct? Him with his stupid hair and shiny face, her with her grumbly countenance and sloppy posture. Truly, 'tis a love story for the ages, except for when she cheated on him with a forty-y...


You know how every Scary Movie is supposed to have a random celebrity cameo who has no business being in movies? Like how Scary Movie 3 had Pamela Anderson, Scary Movie 4 had Dr. "My PhD is For Realsies" Phil, or th...


Here's a trailer for the razzafrackin' direct-to-video sequel to A Christmas Story. Looks like Santa Claus has left a steaming Blitzen-sized deuce in humanity's collective stocking. Behold the synopsis: Years after realizin...


Are you looking forward to Rock of Ages? Hang on, let me stop you right there. If you were about to say, "Why yes!," then I've got some unfortunate news for you. You're an idiot. I'm sorry that I had to be the one to tell yo...


Is "Pour Some Sugar on Me" by Def Leppard your favorite song? Wait, seriously, it is? Really? Can I have a long conversation with you? I'm not a therapist or anything, but I think it's for the good of medical science that pe...


The Scary Movie series didn't start well and has been getting worse ever since, with its only conceivable merit being the dedication of star Anna Feris to the trademark gross-out 'humour'. Even Faris seems to have realised th...


More details have emerged about The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence). The epic finale of ultimate vileness will apparently feature a chain consisting of 500+ people. To quote our own Alex Katz, "[This] fits with my theory t...


There are a lot of different types of princess fan art out there, and a lot of it portrays a more dystopian viewpoint. I'm a big fan of Dina Goldstein's Fallen Princesses collection. It's a dark look at a more modern princess...


As a kid, I really loved the Short Circuit movies. In fact, I still love them -- Short Circuit 2 is a fine example of a sequel that surpasses the original, and Johnny 5 is my favorite robot in a live-action movie. He's so wel...


In The Dictator, Sacha Baron Cohen's newest venture, he plays a presumably Middle-Eastern dictator who comes to America for the first time - Arabic gibberish and jokes ensue. Apparently the other half of the movie will be ab...


This? This right here? This is why we can't have nice things for our children. [MSN, via /Film]


The underground and experimental cinema community lost one of its great founding members. George Kuchar died last night at the age of 69. Most remembered for his lo-fi yet outrageous films, George, along with his twin brother...


KatzSmith Productions, made up of David Katzenberg and Seth Grahame-Smith, just signed a two-year film production deal with Warner Bros. Along with a collection of original projects, the two have big plans for Beetlejuice 2. ...


Technically, it's called Beat-Beat Revelation in the film, but let's not split hairs. Drafthouse Films, which is owned by the folks that own the infamous Alamo Drafthouse, has bought the rights to The FP, the aforementio...


What do Undefeated and Troll Hunter have in common? They're both movies you've probably never heard of since they've each earned less than $200,000 in theaters so far. They're also both about trolls that no one should fear. D...


So this is it. Adam Sandler has finally reached the point in his career where all he's got left is drag. It happened to Martin Lawrence, it happened to Eddie Murphy, and now it's happened to Canteen Boy. Adam Sandler plays b...


Sorry, I don't want to Risk spending too much time on this Trivial Pursuit of our nostalgia wallets, but I've got a raging Clue that Cabbage Patch Kids is far being numero Uno in Life when there's a Monopoly of board game mov...


With the four pictures in the image gallery below, we finally have our first look at The Three Stooges. It might not be much to look at, but let's take this opportunity to recap and share our expectations with everyone, becau...


My mother recently got a new Samsung high-def TV, so of course I was the one tapped to set it up right. It came with an option, "auto motion plus," that was turned on be default. A selling point of the system, it messed with ...


At the beginning of the millennium, a great fear gripped our nation. That fear, of course, was a giant bug-monster ripping our flesh to shreds, and possibly breaking our computers or something. Many of us still have not over...


Can you guys hear that wet, slopping sound? That's the bottom of the intellectual barrel getting licked clean after a good scraping. Producers Guy Collins and Michael Ryan are currently in talks to develop a reboot of Terry G...


Space Young Adult fiction, the final frontier. Fans of the J.J. Abrams reboot of Star Trek (at least, the younger ones) will be psyched to know that the new book series Starfleet Academy will fill their minds with the untold ...


Brendan Fraser, star of such all time classics as Dudley Do-Right, Looney Tunes: Back In Action and Furry Vengenace, has signed on to star in fish-based heist 'comedy' A Whole Lotta Sole. The plot reportedly revolves around a...


I don't even know where to begin. Everything about this trailer is odious, and not just because it's not funny, mind you. This just represents the worst of American filmmaking. It's lazy and cheap. It's strip-mining a belove...


Hollywood's been feeling a bit tapped out lately, given that they must be close to running out of sequels at this point and have already been turning to board games and Disneyland rides. What could be better to dig them out o...


Jesus Christ my eyes. I’d rather sit through a double feature of both Cars movies followed by my own rape then see this movie. Someone seriously is making a movie based on famous internet memes of the past few years wh...


Much to the excitement of...hm, not sure who's going to be excited about this, actually. "Much to the disappointment of moviegoers everywhere" would be more appropriate. Eh, whatever, the news I'm trying and failing to lead i...






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