You are alone. You are trapped. Maybe you’re sharing this limited space with something malevolent. It sounds like you might be in a claustrophobic horror film. Unfortunately for you, these types of situations don’t usually end well for those involved, as many of the following claustrophobic horror films prove. Sorry about your bad luck!… Continue reading Death in Tight Spaces: The Best Claustrophobic Horror Films
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It’s been one-year since Paul Walker died in a fiery car crash and a friend close to the late actor tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com exclusively that the late actor “would be so happy to see how well his family is doing.”
“Paul had his death arrangements well-planned out because of his stunts in Fast & Furious and the plan was executed perfectly,” the insider says. “That family is… Continue reading One-Year Later: Paul Walker’s Teen Daughter Meadow Thriving After Actor’s Tragic Death
Revenge is a dish best served on the big screen with bad people getting what they’ve got coming to them. Forty years ago, Death Wish starring Charles Bronson came out, and it’s definitely considered one of the definitive revenge flicks of all time. Some of us at Movies.com hadn’t seen the film (such as the author of this post).
With John Wick out this past weekend, it’s the perfect time for a revenge-off… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'Death Wish' vs. 'John Wick'
The third Captain America film is Marvel’s big one for summer 2016, and fans are already looking ahead to what’s in store for what could be the end of a trilogy. It’s likely Joe and Anthony Russo (of The Winter Soldier) are back to direct, and they’ve been dropping hints in interviews that the film is something Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has been… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Will Captain America Face a Civil War or His Own Death?