Murder and mayhem may not seem funny, but in the right (wrong?) hands, they can make us laugh harder than Will Ferrell. There are some horror movies, like “Scary Movie 5,” that are actually meant to be comedies, as well. But there are others – many others – that are hilarious in unexpected, unintended ways.
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After the Oscar contenders were announced this week, emotions ran high. You might have experienced various sensations — shock, excitement, sadness.
However, if you haven’t seen any of the films yet and are worried where to start, no problem. Luckily, your cineaste Moviefone editors are here for you this awards season. In the lead up to the Oscars, you’re going to hear a lot of things — some good, some great… Continue reading Oscars Nominations 2013: Moviefone Staff Picks For This Year's Best Picture Flicks
With the Sundance Film Festival drawing to a close, it’s time to reflect on the best movies that your friendly Moviefone staffers saw at the very-crowded film fest. Of the seven films that we were looking forward to seeing, we did get to watch five. Of those five, three are on this list. (Sorry, Red Lights and John Dies at the End.) Ahead, the best of the fest.
Twitch Film and Movies.com once again present the International Trailer Domination Tour, a selection of the best trailers from upcoming international films. Call this outing the Mostly Martial Arts edition of the ITD, with people being punched for your amusement in China, Malaysia and Vietnam. Throw in some Norwegian witchcraft and a Dutch game show from hell and you’re all set. Here we go!
1. Blood Letter
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