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Harbinger Down ADI

No amount of impeccable CGI can replace the feeling of a tangible, practical, on-set special effect. It’s why the T-rex breakout scene from Jurassic Park can still wow audiences twenty years later, and it’s why the monster effects from The Thing are still mind-blowing today. If you agree, then have we got a movie for you: It’s called Harbinger Down, and it’s… Continue reading 'Harbinger Down' Trailer: Old School Horror Fans Better Pay Attention To This Movie

It was a revealing year for celebrity chef Nigella Lawson — or as she’d put it, “mortifying” — and during an appearance on The Michael McIntyre Chat Show in Britain, The Taste judge was brought to tears while opening up about the split with her husband, domestic violence allegations and her own admitted drug use.

The TV chef and mother-of-two… Continue reading Nigella Lawson In Tears While Talking About Split From Hubby, Domestic Abuse & Drug Use: ‘I’ve Had Better Times’ 

One of the big questions surrounding Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul has been: Will any characters from the original show be seen conspiring with shady criminal lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk)? The answer: You can Banks on it.

Jonathan Banks — a.k.a. lethal, world-weary fixer Mike Ehrmantraut on AMC’s acclaimed drug drama — has signed on as a series regular, the network confirmed today. (Deadline first reported… Continue reading ‘Better Call Saul’: Jonathan Banks joins ‘Breaking Bad’ spin-off

homefront, jason statham, james francoVVS Films

It’s a little weird seeing Oscar nominee James Franco play a local Louisiana druglord named Gator in the latest Jason Statham movie, “Homefront” (though admittedly not much weirder than watching him play a grill-wearing Florida gangster named Alien in last year’s “Spring Breakers”). Nothing against Franco, but High Times’ 2008 “Stoner of the Year” isn’t exactly the most… Continue reading 'Homefront' Review: James Franco's a Better Match for Jason Statham Than You'd Think

Filmmakers seem to have countless motivations for taking a trip back to the cinematic well. Whether it’s for the sake of revitalizing a classic movie with a more contemporary cast (such as George Clooney and company stepping in for the Rat Pack in Soderbergh’s Ocean’s Eleven), reverently reminding moviegoers of a cinematic milestone (De Laurentiis’ and Jackson’s respective updates of King Kong) or bringing an influential foreign film into the… Continue reading Infographic: Original vs. Remake -- Which Does Better at the Box Office?