STAFF BLOG REEL TALK MY FIVE: Best heroines of horror
In honor of Halloween, I give you MY TOP FIVE Best Heroines of Horror.
5. Rosemary, "Rosemary's Baby," 1968.
Mia Farrow brings it as the delicate woman whose only objective is to save her unborn chi... Posted on 10/31/13 at 3:45 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Worst Movies Ever?
I watched the infamous "Birdemic" over the weekend. Yes, I did this on purpose. No, I'm not a glutton for punishment.
The movie was probably one of the worst movies I've ever seen, even though I've s... Posted on 2/18/13 at 4:11 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Tai Chi: Fantastical Reality
Initially, I chose to come to Wu Dang Shan (rather than other sights in China) because I wanted to participate in the culture---by way of doing tai chi. But let's not neglect the fact that sight-seein... Posted on 9/15/12 at 6:33 AM
Walt Disney Co has gained marketing and distribution rights for any future "Indiana Jones" films under an agreement with Paramount Pictures, the studio that released the first four movies in the blockbuster franchise.
Troubled former teenage star Amanda Bynes has left a California facility after court-ordered psychiatric treatment and is recovering at her parents' home in Los Angeles, People magazine said on Thursday.
Actor Will Ferrell, in character as bumbling fictional television news anchorman Ron Burgundy, advised viewers to believe 71 percent of what they see on news programs and complained that too few journalists have facial hair in a Wednesday appearance at a Boston college.
Will Ferrell and the rest of the cast of "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" crossed live to Australia on Sunday, walking down a burgundy carpet at the comedy's premiere in Sydney to the cheers of swarming fans.
Julianne Moore stars in “The English Teacher,” a coming-of-age story about Linda, a 45-year-old who has always lived life through the romances and adventures in literature. It always amazes me when filmmakers try to make Moore look less than fabulous, and they’re really trying in this film, though not to its detriment.
Frank Sinatra’s baritone slowly fades into a tango, which eventually makes way to the soul music of Stevie Wonder, the frenetic rock of The White Stripes and finally into Dave Brubeck’s cool jazz version of the “West Side Story” song “Maria.”
“V/H/S” is a horror movie from 2012 that brought independent filmmakers and writers together in what felt like a shout-out to an era of audiences all too familiar with VCR “auto-tracking.” So, its sequel, “V/H/S/2,” kind of had some big shoes to fill.
“Native Silence,” a new 28-minute documentary film that includes extensive footage filmed in the Detroit Lakes-White Earth area, is now in the process of making the rounds on the film festival circuit.
After transitioning from a Hollywood heartthrob to a critically acclaimed actor, then fronting a rock band with worldwide success, Jared Leto takes on one of his biggest challenges yet, playing a transgender HIV patient in his return to film.
“The Woman Who Wasn’t There” documents the ongoing deception of Tania Head, who gained notoriety and fame claiming to be in the Merrill Lynch building during the 9/11 attacks. You go into this film knowing she’s full of it, but that makes it no less gripping or intense.
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