Downton Abbey Season 4 doesn’t air here in the US until January 4, 2014, but for those of us watching BBC, this Christmas holiday photo of the cast will mean something and have many scrambling trying to see what’s happened to Bates and Anna.
It’s been a while since there’s been a really funny over the top campy movie like Wet Hot American Summer, and Jon Artigo’s Boy Band is looking to trying to match up with it.
The lastest Ambushed clip shows Dolph Lundgren giving fair warning to Randy Couture’s bad cop that he’ll be watching him very close. This is obviously before they’re big fight scene in the rain
Who doesn’t love Fatal Attraction and those done someone wrong films, and it seems that Billy Zane and AnnaLynne McCord are banking on that with Scorned, turn on that formula of a man who gets caught cheating on his girlfriend
Starz has certainly gotten its stride after the successful Spartacus series, and they’ve carried it forward with others shows like Da Vinci’s Demons and now The White Queen mini series follows
The Conjuring was that rare horror film that really freaked me out when I saw it at the theater. It had all the perfect elements for the perfect horror movie that stayed with you long after the closing credits stopped.
Yesterday’s Mo Brothers Macabre red band clip felt tame to me, so they’ve put out a real NSFW red band clip from the upcoming film making it a real Halloween splatterfest celebration.
Two new clips from Ambushed have hit showing Randy Couture being the dirty cop to good cop Dolph Lundgren.
Macabre is going for an early holiday season color scheme releasing red and green band clips from the upcoming horror film.
Here’s something very interesting for all you The Hunger Games: Catching Fire fans that are counting down the days before the highly anticipated sequel hits November 22, 2013.
The first trailer for Ambushed starring Randy Couture and Dolph Lundgren has hit, and it shows what happens when the co-stars of Expendables I & II collide and go up against each other.
Miley Cyrus claimed that her performance at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) was a carefully crafted career move to separate her from that Hanna Montana alter ego she’s been desperate to kill off