When it comes to this year’s creepier awards contenders, Foxcatcher has to be near the top of the list. Bennett Miller’s film based on the real-life story of multimillionaire John du Pont (Steve Carell) and his bizarre relationship with Olympic wrestlers — and brothers — Mark (Channing Tatum) and David Schultz (Mark Ruffalo) plays out like a slow-burn thriller, featuring tremendous acting to… Continue reading Watch: The Creepy Real-Life 'Foxcatcher' Documentary Starring John du Pont
Revenge is a dish best served on the big screen with bad people getting what they’ve got coming to them. Forty years ago, Death Wish starring Charles Bronson came out, and it’s definitely considered one of the definitive revenge flicks of all time. Some of us at Movies.com hadn’t seen the film (such as the author of this post).
With John Wick out this past weekend, it’s the perfect time for a revenge-off… Continue reading Film Face-off: 'Death Wish' vs. 'John Wick'
Phil Robertson’s grandson is getting hitched.
Duck Dynasty star John Luke Robertson got engaged to girlfriend Mary Kate McEacharn after proposing to her Saturday as he and the Robertson clan celebrated his 19th birthday.
John Luke, Willie and Korie Robertson’s oldest son, who popped the question in a park, said in a Sunday statement, “I am so excited to marry my best friend. I know my parents married young as well… Continue reading Love Call! Duck Dynasty’s John Luke Robertson Gets Engaged: ‘I Am So Excited To Marry My Best Friend’
NBC wants to mess with our memories of Lloyd Dobler holding up that boombox. Nothing is sacred anymore. Nothing.
Deadline recently revealed that NBC ordered a script for a single-camera comedy sequel to “Say Anything…” The show would pick up 10 years after the events of the beloved 1989 movie. In the modern-day plot, Diane Court (played in the movie by… Continue reading NBC Orders Script For 'Say Anything' Sequel - John Cusack, Cameron Crowe Strongly Object
Pictured above: Fandango’s Alicia Malone pitches a role for herself in the John Wick sequel as a villain called Red Fury. Star Keanu Reeves looks pretty terrified.
Pictured below: Our good friend (and movie poster connoisseur) Germain Lussier Instagrams his way through the first day of the first annual MondoCon, a two-day event spun off from Fantastic Fest featuring Mondo posters, artists, panels and more.