Debuting today at the Toronto International Film Festival and hailing from Indonesia, The Raid is being called one of the best action movies of the last couple years by pretty much everyone who saw it.
MTV debuted the teaseriest of teasers for the upcoming adaptation of The Hunger Games last night at the VMAs and, despite the length, it looks pretty good so far.
After the disappointing cinematic debut of the demon vigilante, Marvel has let Crank directors Neveldine & Taylor go crazy with the Ghost Rider sequel and it looks awesome.
Gerard Butler stars in Machine Gun Preacher, based on the true story of reformed bike Sam Childers, who became a missionary and crusader in Sudan.
A series that is as undead as the vampires that star in it, the Underworld franchise continues this January with the fourth installment “Awakening” with Kate Beckinsale back starring as vampire Selene.
The third Nicolas Cage movie of the year is a home invasion thriller from Joel Schumacher called “Trespass” and co-starring Nicole Kidman.
Daniel Radcliffe stars in his first post-Harry Potter movie as a young lawyer trying to settle one of his deceased client’s estates, only to find that it’s haunted.
Ralph Fiennes stars in, and makes his directing debut, in a modern updating of the Shakespeare play “Coriolanus”, about a Roman general who is forced out of Rome and seeks revenge with the help of one of his most hated enemies.
Emile Hirsch battles invisible aliens in Moscow in the upcoming alien invasion movie, The Darkest Hour.
Spartacus is back this January (albeit being played by a new actor) and is bringing a bloody slave revolt to Rome in the second season of the Starz show, subtitled “Vengeance”.