Coolest Movie Sets Ever is a new series at Movies.com celebrating some of the most elaborate, impressive and possibly even mind-bending movie sets that have given us some of our favorite movies of all time.
In the spring of 1982, in a desert location known as Buttercup Valley in Southern California, filming was underway on a movie tentatively named Blue Harvest: Horror
Oh, RoboCop, it would have been so much easier if you were terrible.
I couldn’t help think that after leaving the theater last week, because no matter how skeptical I was of Jose Padilha’s remake of Paul Verhoeven’s brutal 1987 film (which, I admit, is one of my favorite movies), I had to admit that, well… it wasn’t bad at all.
In fact, the biggest problem I… Continue reading The Geek Beat: When It Comes to Remakes, Can We Ever Truly Love a Pretender to the Throne
Coolest Movie Sets Ever is a new series at Movies.com celebrating some of the most elaborate, impressive, and possibly even mind-bending movie sets that have given us some of our favorite movies of all time.
The Bates House (often referred to as “The Psycho House”) is one of the most infamous “spooky” houses in all of cinema, and yet, it wasn’t really… Continue reading Coolest Movie Sets Ever: The Bates House from 'Psycho'
Taylor Swift knows how long an album’s journey can be … and how big the payoff can be.
The singing-songwriting superstar introduced “Red” in October 2012, and many of the quadruple-platinum-selling release’s songs became chart hits, often crossing between multiple genres. Its bids for both album of the year and country album are among Swift’s four nominations at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, which… Continue reading Grammys 2014: To Taylor Swift, award shows are the 'sickest concerts ever'
There’s a moment toward the end of Life After Beth where Aubrey Plaza, in full-on zombie everything, is chained to an oven that she’s literally carrying on her back as she takes a romantic stroll through the woods with her boyfriend, played by Dane DeHaan. That’s the sort of twisted romantic tone Life After Beth flirts with throughout — a funny, dark and oddly heartwarming… Continue reading Why Aubrey Plaza Plays One of the Best Zombies Ever in 'Life After Beth'