If you thought the Maze was bad, wait till you see the Scorch.
The first trailer for the Maze Runner sequel, The Scorch Trials, has arrived online, teasing an action-packed follow-up that raises the stakes while building out more of the freaky dystopian society set up in the first film.
Check it out below.
Now that they’ve escaped the Maze… Continue reading Watch: 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials' Trailer Reveals a Dangerous New World
Ever since Drafthouse Films decided to re-release an old 1981 film called Roar, folks have been buzzing. Billed as one of the most dangerous movies ever made, this crazy long-lost experiment — directed by Noel Marshall and starring Tippi Hedren and Melanie Griffith — is unlike any movie you’ve ever seen.
Why? Well, maybe the 100 real-life wild animals (most of them… Continue reading Watch: 'Roar,' The Story Behind the Most Dangerous Movie Ever Made
Have the Sister Wives turned into the Duggars?
Now that their children are dating Kody Brown and his wives are setting up dating rules by having a frank “sex talk,” and they’re just as conservative as Michelle and Jim Bob’s “courting” rules.
In this sneak peek of the season premiere of Sister Wives, polygamist dad Kody and his wife Christine lay down the rules with their daughter… Continue reading ‘Sister Wives’ Sex Talk Is As Conservative As The Duggar’s: Kissing Is Dangerous
Amanda Bynes has been slowly adjusting to life outside of the rehab center and has been listening to the advice that she cut out all of her old bad-influence friends, but radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that she’s reaching out to a new group of friends that aren’t sober.
“Amanda was told to stop talking to everyone from before she went into rehab,” a… Continue reading Dangerous New Friends? Amanda Bynes Meeting New People — But They Aren’t Sober
David Cronenberg isn’t necessarily the first director you’d expect to make a movie about the war of wills between two trailblazing 19th-century psychoanalysts, although on further reflection the idea starts to make sense. Cronenberg’s movies have always featured plenty of disturbed individuals, so it stands to reason that he would not only know the work of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung but that he would ultimately become fascinated by the… Continue reading Viggo Mortensen: 'A Dangerous Method' Taught Me How to Talk in a Movie