The secret life of Abraham Lincoln as a vampire hunter is revealed in the latest movie from Wanted director Timur Bekmambatov but it probably should have stayed secret, or at least in the pages of the original book.
Ridley Scott returns to sci-fi with Prometheus and also returns to the Alien universe to the tell a prequel about an alien species who might have created the human race and a science team setting out to discover a planet depicted in ancient carvings and writings.
The MIB return after 10 years as Agent J time travels back to 1969 to prevent K from being killed by a vicious alien hitman and to stop an alien invasion in the present.
After the success, at least monetarily, of the Transformers series, Hasbro has dug into the their catalog of toys to find another hit. Battleship is definitely a miss (pun intended).
Are you burned out by Tim Burton and Johnny Depp? Dark Shadows isn’t going to do anything to change your opinion.
Zach, Brian, Chris and Joe give their take on the summer’s first blockbuster in a four-way review.
The first Jason Statham movie of the year features some solid action but gets dragged down by a needlessly convoluted plot and a non-existent relationship between Statham and his young protectee.
Getting put on the shelf for a couple of year due to the MGM bankruptcy, The Cabin in the Woods finally got released last weekend. Was it worth the wait or should it have stayed on the shelf?
The latest from Luc Besson’s Europa action factory, Lockout finds Guy Pearce doing his best Kurt Russell impression on a mission to rescue the President’s daughter from an orbiting space prison.
Clash of the Titans has become infamous for it’s terrible 3D conversion and it was a pretty terrible movie by itself. Can Wrath of the Titans improve on it or should the franchise be as dead as the Krakken?