Jupiter Ascending: The next sci-fi movie from the Wachowskis is heading to theaters on July 18, and a new image from Jupiter Ascending confirms it can’t come soon enough. Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis are featured, ready to fly, thanks to a pair of anti-gravity boots. [Total Film]
Mrs. Doubtfire: A sequel to the 1993 smash hit… Continue reading Movie News: 'Jupiter Ascending' Image; 'Mrs. Doubtfire' Sequel Finally Coming; Eli Roth's 'Green Inferno' Trailer
“Something Wicked,” the last movie made by actress Brittany Murphy before her sudden death in 2009, will finally be released.
The thriller, which was shot in Eugene… Continue reading Brittany Murphy's Last Movie, 'Something Wicked,' Finally Has a Release Date
Gravity – Warner Bros. – Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVDDirector: Alfonso CuarónCast: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney, Ed Harris. Full cast + crew
If you were concerned that Gravity wouldn’t hold up on the small screen, you need not worry. Alfonso Cuarón’s film is just as much a stunner at home as it was on the biggest screen in your town. Sure, the experience may not be quite as immersive, but… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Gravity' Still Dazzles on the Small Screen, Plus the Sci-fi 'Mr. Nobody' Finally Gets Released
It’s kinda sad knowing an entire generation will grow up with stuff like Vampire’s Suck and Dracula: Dead and Loving It being their only idea of what a vampire spoof movie is or should be. Or any spoof movie, for that matter. It’s depressing knowing we have to go back decades to stuff like Airplane or Hot Shots in order to find the last great
When a filmmaker shows the audience a bunch of jumbled computer code, it’s usually lazy shorthand for genius-computer-person or hax0r-doing-rad-sh*t. But what are we actually looking at when that schizophrenic collection of numbers flashes on the screen? Turns out, not much.
John Graham-Cumming started a Tumblr Movie Code where he posts screen grabs showing code from different films and TV shows — and then the actual sources… Continue reading Finally, Someone Deciphers All the Confusing Computer Code Featured in Movies