Deciding she needs some excitement in her life, high school senior Vee (Emma Roberts) enters Nerve, an online game where she is given dares to complete for money. She teams up with fellow Player Ian (Dave Franco) but the pair’s tasks quickly get more and more dangerous and there’s seemingly no way out of Nerve once you are in.
It’s time again to honor the best and worst of the past year with the awards you actually care about. Who will win Ass Kicker of the Year and what is the Kick Ass Movie of the Year? Read on to find out.
Godzilla joins the Criterion Collection, you can upgrade a bunch of your Hitchcock and Woody Allen movies to Blu Ray and Real Steel is out and our Pick of the Week.
The reign of terror of late career Adam Sandler seems to have suffered it’s first major blow as Jack & Jill was soundly defeated by Tarsem Singh’s sword and sandals epic, Immortals.
Puss in Boots basically duplicated it’s performance last weekend and easily defended the number one spot from this weekend’s pair of comedies.
People were more interested in cute cats than the usual scares at the box office this Halloween weekend as Puss in Boots handily beat Paranormal Activity 3, although nothing really blew away the box office.
This week the trio of Zach, Chris, Joe celebrate Halloween by talking about some of their horror classics, realize how much Christopher Lambert looks like Tom Jane, Goose and the nuclear holocaust, more Walking Dead, Paranormal Activity 3 (with Spoilers!) and much more.
Paranormal Activity 3 continued to prove it’s the new king of Halloween by dominating the weekend box office.
The annual Halloween season release of a Paranormal Activity is this weekend with the third installment along with three mediocre new releases.
Real Steel manages to hold off the competition at the box office this weekend to maintain the number one spot but the remake of Footloose was a close second.