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Now that we’ve officially closed the book on 2014, and settled into a brand-spankin’ new year, this feels like as good a time as any to take a look at what fright-film aficionados have to look forward to in 2015. The early results look mostly promising – offering up a mixture of sequels to tried-and-true titles… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 2015's Most Anticipated Horror Movies

When it comes to the world of independent film, all roads lead to Sundance. Not only does the Utah-based film festival kick-start the year in indie cinema, but it’s also now a breeding ground for Oscar movies. Last year’s Boyhood and Whiplash both premiered at Sundance, and have since gone on to receive multiple Oscar nominations including Best Picture. They join other recent films like Beasts of the

John Wick was the best American action movie of 2014. If you don’t agree, one of two things has happened. Either you didn’t see John Wick, or you didn’t see John Wick. Thankfully you can fix this grave mistake starting today, as the movie hits Digital HD (iTunes, Amazon, Vudu and so on) a few weeks ahead of its Blu-ray and DVD debut. 

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Last week’s column looked back at the best movies of the year, and this week it’s time to look ahead to the films that will be competing for your attention in 2015.

Along with sequels to some of the most successful franchises in Hollywood history, this year’s slate of films also includes some high-profile reboots, compelling original films, and intriguing indie projects… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Geekiest 2015 Movies We're Anticipating the Most

  • Five-time Emmy nominee and Golden Globe winner Henry Winkler stars in The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, the story of what happens when you open your heart to the power of Christmas. Disenchanted single mom Jennifer Cullen (Brooke Burns) is a Scroogette when it comes to anything Christmas. In fact, even her six-year-old son, Brian, is having trouble believing in Santa Claus. But when