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1:21 PM - Friday, October 24, 2014
4 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
Stylish, thrilling, and giddily kinetic, John Wick serves as a satisfying return to action for Keanu Reeves -- and what looks like it could be the first of a franchise.
3 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
Last week we got word Warner Bros. and DC are eyeing a whole bunch of white-hot talents for Suicide Squad, the supervillain team-up story to be directed by David Ayer. But it seems one of its stars could be someone already in the Warner Bros./D . . .
7 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
With Devil’s Night just around the corner, now seems as good a time as any to check on The Crow reboot that’s been brewing for the past couple of years. In a recent interview, producer Ed Pressman revealed that the revenge thriller (which he de . . .
6 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
Briefly: Vin Diesel has your Halloween entertainment all covered for next year. Lionsgate has set his fantasy actioner The Last Witch Hunter for October 23, 2015, where it’ll be up against Jon M. Chu’s Jem and the Holograms and an untitled horr . . .
4 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
James Franco‘s Hollywood dramedy Zeroville is putting together quite an impressive Hollywood cast. Franco himself is set to star as well as direct, and now we have word he’ll be joined by — take a deep breath — Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell, Danny M . . .
6 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Angie Han
Spawn fans rejoice. While the hoped-for movie reboot still seems to be a ways off, Todd McFarlane has revealed an exciting sneak peek at the other upcoming Spawn adaptation, a new animated series. Hit the jump to get your first look at the new . . .
6 hour ago - Film School Rejects / Kate Erbland
Dawn Wiener is dead, long live Dawn Wiener! Todd Solondz‘s second feature film, Welcome to the Dollhouse, is hailed as the filmmaker’s big breakthrough — a bold, gross, weird and uncomfortably honest look at one awkward tween’s coming-of-age in . . .
3 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
Slowly, steadily, although no one seems to be moving it in that direction, the Ouija planchette points to NO.
5 hour ago - slashfilm.com / Germain Lussier
Ninety percent of action movies are derivative. Carbon copies of better movies that came before them. They can be enjoyable, but are often forgettable. Then there’s the other ten percent. Those movies are something special. They originate and i . . .
3 hour ago - NPR / David Edelstein
Laura Poitras' new film isn't artfully shaped like her other documentaries. But she captures scenes as history is being made — and it will make you look both ways when you're on the street.
3 hour ago - Rotten Tomatoes
When young doctor Edward Newgate (Jim Sturgess) arrives at Stonehearst Asylum in search of an apprenticeship, he is warmly welcomed by superintendent Dr. Lamb (Ben Kingsley) and a mesmerizing woman by the name of Eliza Graves (Kate Beckinsale)....
6 hour ago - RollingStone.com
Think of this avalanche of surprises as National Lampoon's Swedish Ski Vacation as directed by Ingmar Bergman. And that's still not the half of it. All seems well as Dad (Johannes Bah Kuhnke), Mom (Lisa Loven Kongsli) and preteen kids, played b . . .
4 hour ago - indieWIRE News / Rachel Bernstein
Elijah Wood has forsaken the eagles and has chosen a new way to fly--Air New Zealand. The country has found a new and even more "epic" way to attract tourists.  READ MORE: Watch Skateboarders Get Shredded in New "V/H/S: Viral" Clip The of . . .
6 hour ago - indieWIRE News / Shelley Farmer
In his debut film, Zachary Wigon addresses the mysteries of modern communication in ways both novel and familiar. The story follows a couple, Cody and Virginia, who speak nightly over Skype, as he lives in New York and she completes an acade . . .
3 hour ago - indieWIRE News / Zainab Akande
Despite taking place during the early '50s, "American Horror Story: Freak Show," takes a page out of Baz Luhrmann's book in not sticking to music accurate to the era, but instead indulging in any tune across the time spectrum, so long as it fit . . .
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