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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The 10 Best Moments from Marvel’s Phase One Movies by Evan Saathoff
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Dialogue: Jon M. Chu on Future ‘G.I. Joe’ Movies, Standalone Sequels, ‘He-Man’ and More by Todd Gilchrist
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Disney’s 2015 Film Slate Is Insane: ‘The Avengers 2,’ ‘Pirates 5,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Finding Dory’… Continue reading Best of the Week: Horror Movies Everywhere, Remembering Roger Ebert, and More
No movie genre commits to excess quite like horror. And that commitment to over-the-top tension, gore, and body count often translates to an overabundance of sequels.
For instance, the number of follow-ups to now-classic franchises like “Halloween,” “Scream,” “Friday the 13th,” and “Nightmare on Elm Street” runs into the double digits, and, for the most part, they never quite live up to the original.
However, there are a handful of sequels that… Continue reading Moviefone 5: The Most Essential Horror Movie Sequels
Dark Skies came out last week and no one saw it. You can blame its lack of success on the studio releasing it (who didn’t screen it and barely promoted it), because the movie itself isn’t that bad. As it stands, it’s a more than solid horror movie in the Blumhouse style, aligning itself with films like Insidious and Sinister.
Bite-sized news from the world of television, including changes at NBC’s upcoming Anne Heche comedy “Save Me” and pilot castings for “Bridesmaids’” Wendi McLendon-Covey and “My Boys’” Jim Gaffigan.
- After holding options on the cast for nearly a year, FOX has officially passed on Cuba Gooding Jr.’s legal drama pilot “Guilty.” Although the Oscar winning star was said to get high