Have you ever wanted to feel like you were actually inside a horror movie… minus having to actually fight for your life, of course?
If your answer falls somewhere between “Heck yeah!” and “Um… yes?” then you’re gonna want to check out what Insidious: Chapter 3 has hidden up its creepy little sleeve.
As technology continues… Continue reading 'Insidious: Chapter 3' Will Give You This One-of-a-Kind Horror Experience
When most people want to watch a movie online, they turn to popular streaming service Netflix. But for the cineaste looking for something different, there are a number of companies who offer an alternative to Netflix’s plethora of blockbusters and reality television shows. Video-on-demand websites like Mubi or Fandor offer a dazzling array of art house fare and international cinema. Company Vyer
It’s the scariest month of the year and haunted attractions are popping up around the country faster than you can say “horror remake.” There is one unique adult haunted-house experience in downtown Los Angeles produced by Jason Blum—the man behind the horror films Insidious, Paranormal Activity and The Purge—called The Purge: Fear the Night. It is, of course, based on the film of the same name about a new government… Continue reading What It's Like to Experience 'The Purge' Live at a Haunted Attraction in Downtown Los Angeles
Man of Tai Chi is like if Nicolas Winding Refn time traveled 30 years into the past and made a Jean-Claude Van Damme fight movie. But it wasn’t made by Refn, there’s no time machine, and the star is even better than JCVD in his glory days. It’s the directorial debut of Keanu Reeves, and it’s a bold, stylish, manly movie about a good guy who… Continue reading Keanu Reeves on How His Real Experience with an Eccentric Billionaire Shaped the Villain in 'Man of Tai Chi'
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“Blue Is the Warmest Color,” the critically acclaimed lesbian love story from Tunisian-French director Abdellatif Kechiche, picked up this year’s Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or. But according to its young French stars Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa