The controversial ‘Human Centipede II: Full Sequence’ opening Friday in 18 select theaters around the country has already achieved a mountain of notorious hype. The sequel to 2010′s shocker about a mad doctor obsessed with surgically connecting people mouth-to-anus promises to be even more disgusting and brutal — and with reports that ‘Human Centipede II’ features even more graphic torture, bodily fluids and rape, it’s no surprise that the movie… Continue reading The Most Banned Horror Movies in History
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It’s tricky to make a comedy about hysteria. It was the catch-all diagnosis of the Victorian era, and while it certainly offered some wild moments of comedy (like the creation of the vibrator), it was also a lazy diagnosis used to contain women’s humanity. Nearly anything and everything would and did get labeled as hysteria, including normal behaviors like irritability, faintness, and insomnia… Continue reading 'Hysteria' TIFF Review: Tanya Wexler's Successful Mixture of Laughter, History, and Feminism
Apocalypse wow: History channel is set to announce a six-hour miniseries that brings the Vietnam War into 2011 with a true high-definition telecast.
The network collected thousands of hours of uncensored war footage for the project, much of which has never previously been seen, then restored and and converted the most compelling moments to HD. Much of the footage… Continue reading History to unveil ‘Vietnam in HD’ with Michael C. Hall– EXCLUSIVE
This weekend marks the opening of ‘The Smurfs,’ a film based on the popular Saturday morning cartoon and Belgian comic strip. If you don’t already know, Smurfs are small blue creatures from Smurf Village who often throw the word “smurf” into every sentence. (For example: Moviefone is the best smurfing website on the Internet.)
Hopefully this won’t come as a shock to our Smurf demographic, but Smurfs do not hold a… Continue reading The Best Smurfin' Blue People in Movie History
The craziness that is San Diego Comic-Con will descend upon us in just a few short hours, when a fleet of hardcore fans flock to the west coast for dazzling trailer premieres, celebrity geek-outs and Spider-Men of every shape and size.
While the convention has been in existence since 1970, the hype surrounding SDCC has grown into a monstrous beast over the last decade, thanks to the increasing presence of movies… Continue reading Iron Man, Screaming Fans & Stabbings! The Craziest Moments in Comic-Con History