Latest Images & Trailers for “The Rite” follows skeptical seminary student Michael Kovak (Colin O’Donoghue), who reluctantly attends exorcism school at the Vatican.
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Nic Cage’s ‘Drive Angry 3D’ got a new trailer & international poster which looks much better than what they’ve been putting out here in the U.S.
The 2011 Sundance Film Festival just released the Out Of Competition films that will be having their world premieres. This can sometimes be more fun than the In Competition films.
So Nic Cage is back working on ‘Ghost Rider 2: Spirit Of Vengeance‘ and our friends over in Europe have sent us several shots from the set. We still can’t believe that they are doing a sequel.
‘Burlesque’ is that fun musical movie that comes out during holiday season and makes you enjoy musicals again. It reminded me of how ‘Chicago‘ made me feel, and I’m not a big musical person either. Cher and Christina Aguilera are the perfect match.
Chris Nolan is keeping everyone on their toes with Batman 3 aka The Dark Knight Rises. First he hires Tom Hardy making everyone think he’ll be the next villain, but our sources tell us that it will actually be a woman playing that role and think Catwoman.
‘Morning Glory’ can’t seem to figure out if it wants to be a remake of The Ugly Truth without Katherine Heigl or the redheaded stepchild of Broadcast News.
Best movies ever found this weekend’s box office interesting without much surprise. Oliver Stone had his best opening numbers ever with Wall Street 2, but the anticipated sequel (23 years later) didn’t live up to Fox and Hollywood’s expectations. Ben Affleck’s The Town was solid for it’s second weekend.
Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 2009 Theatrical Part 1
This is the theatrical version of Rob Zombie's Halloween 2 2009. This is my favorite movie of…
I decided to change up a little and do a second look review with the top 3 films of the weekend, The Town, Easy A and M. Night Shyamalan’s Devil. We loved Ben Affleck’s The Town and Easy A but the Devil made us feel like hell must be pretty boring and lame.
Best horror movies ever is agreeing with all the critics that The Last Exorcism is a pretty good film but then the ending just kills it. Even we just wish the studio or one of the producers had listened to the audiences at the Fantasia Film Festival. It could have made a good film great.