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Short Rounds is a bi-weekly column dedicated to spreading the love of short film. Every other Wednesday we’ll curate a number of flicks around a theme, from current Film Festivals to whatever is in the air. You know you’ve got the time 

I am so excited for The Muppets. I know that’s not the most creative way to open a column, but I can no longer contain… Continue reading Short Rounds: Five Puppet Flicks to Kick Off Your Muppet Weekend

John Gholson is a life-long comic book fanboy who has previously covered all manner of superhero news at AOL. After dabbling with comic book self-publishing in the ’90s, John moved on to study sequential art at the Savannah College of Art & Design, and currently produces a regular web comic, ‘Appetite for Destruction,’ for Tapsauce.com. You can also read his Avengers Countdown here at Movies.com.

Amidst the… Continue reading 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Countdown: Five Reasons Sony's Being Quiet with Spider-Man

Short Rounds is a bi-weekly column dedicated to spreading the love of short film. Every other Wednesday we’ll curate a number of flicks around a theme, from current Film Festivals to whatever is in the air. You know you’ve got the time.

Telltale Heart Short

What, really, is the goal of a horror film? Ok, so there’s the obvious answer: to scare the living daylights out of the… Continue reading Short Rounds: Five Simply Terrifying Flicks for Halloween

In honor of October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lifetime has put together an immense project that unites some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. “Five” is a series of five short films that explore the impact of breast cancer on people’s lives.

The five films are directed by Jennifer Aniston, Alicia Keys, Demi Moore, Patty Jenkins (“Monster”) and Penelope Spheeris (“Wayne’s World”). The stars include Patricia Clarkson, Rosario Dawson, Lyndsy Fonseca, Ginnifer… Continue reading Lifetime's 'Five' marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month with short films

I’d like to open this piece with “I couldn’t make this stuff up,” but that’s not true. I could absolutely make this stuff up, but I wouldn’t because it’s so outrageously stupid:

A Detroit woman is suing film distributor Film District because she went to see Drive, and left angry because she thought it would be more like The Fast and the Furious. So she’s suing. She… Continue reading Detroit Woman Sues Because 'Drive' Wasn't 'Fast Five'