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Yesterday we shared part one of the Movies.com Holiday Gift Guide, which focused entirely on Blu-rays and DVDs. But we all know there are plenty of other things you can buy the movie fan in your life beyond actual movies, so we’ve put together a big list of reasonably priced and relatively new items that you can gift this holiday season. Unlike with part one of this guide, we won’t… Continue reading The Movies.com Holiday Gift Guide Part 2: Books, Toys and More

Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror.

Hollywood may be mostly interested in rebooting and remaking popular horror films these days, but some of the genre’s best titles were actually adaptations based on books and short stories. The Haunting (the 1963 original) was a film version of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House. The Exorcist and Rosemary’s Baby were both inspired by the works of… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 8 Creepy Books That Would Make Great Movies

Matt Damon at the 2011 Critics' Choice Movie AwardsJason Merritt/Getty Images

Matt Damon is following in buddy Ben Affleck’s shoes.

No, he’s not signing up for Zack Snyder’s Superman/Batman movie; instead, he’s planning to move behind the camera for his directorial debut.

Indiewire reports that Damon is circling “A Foreigner,” an adaptation penned by Oscar-winning “Argo” screenwriter Chris Terrio… Continue reading Matt Damon Books Directorial Debut, Joins Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar'

Joe

Tokarev: The work ethic of Nicolas Cage cannot be denied. He has four films on the 2013 release calendar — including Joe, pictured — and he’s now booked another indie thriller, titled Tokarev. He’ll play a man whose daughter has been kidnapped; as he searches for her, he begins to realize that his past criminal activity and violent instincts are coming back to haunt him. Production… Continue reading Movie News: Nicolas Cage Books Thriller; Albert Brooks Returning in ‘Finding Nemo 2;’ ‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation’ TV Spots

  • “Warm Bodies”

    <strong>Written By: </strong>Isaac Marion, a Seattle-based writer and musician who captured the zombie zeitgeist with his critically acclaimed 2011 novel for teens. <strong>On the Page: </strong>R is an unconventional zombie. He’s conflicted about his lot in life and finds himself attracted to Julie, the girlfriend of his last victim. He curbs his New Hunger for her brains and shuttles her off to his zombie loft in an airplane