Netflix has been betting huge on original content for a while now, but most of those investments have been in making TV shows. Granted, some of those shows do have movie ties, like Marvel’s Daredevil or the upcoming Wet Hot American Summer, but for the most part their commitment to original movie content has been rather small, with their first major deal being… Continue reading Netflix Lands Brad Pitt's Next Movie, Which Will Be Their Most Expensive Production Yet
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
In honor of Tomorrowland opening this weekend, watch a supercut tribute to the movies of Brad Bird (via The Playlist):
If only Disney really made beer inspired by their animated classics. Until then, here are printable labels to wrap around your lame real beer. See them each up closer at Design Taxi. … Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Brad Bird Movie Supercut, The "World's Most Relaxing Film" and More
A lot has happened in the three years between Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron. SHIELD has gone down in flames and Nick Fury has gone into hiding, leaving the Avengers, if they exist as a unit at all, as freelancers in the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some of the team have gone through profound changes since we last saw them in an… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Who Enters 'Age of Ultron' the Most Changed??
A Most Violent Year – Lionsgate – Blu-ray and DVDDirector: J.C. ChandorCast: Jessica Chastain, Oscar Isaac, Albert Brooks, David Oyelowo, Alessandro Nivola. Full cast + crew
Despite what the title implies, A Most Violent Year isn’t a movie about a bloodbath. At least not a literal bloodbath. It’s all about how an entrepreneurial businessman (Oscar Isaac) in 1980s New York is trying to make a competitive but honest living in the heating… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'A Most Violent Year,' 'The Voices,' 'Killers,' and More
Ever since Drafthouse Films decided to re-release an old 1981 film called Roar, folks have been buzzing. Billed as one of the most dangerous movies ever made, this crazy long-lost experiment — directed by Noel Marshall and starring Tippi Hedren and Melanie Griffith — is unlike any movie you’ve ever seen.
Why? Well, maybe the 100 real-life wild animals (most of them… Continue reading Watch: 'Roar,' The Story Behind the Most Dangerous Movie Ever Made