If you’ve had a chance to look at Empire magazine’s awful new variant covers for X-Men: Days of Future Past, you’re likely hoping that this is just a marketing and design nightmare that is not reflective of the quality of the upcoming movie. But aside from the layouts, there’s also some issue with the look of some of the characters. Particularly the costuming of both heroes… Continue reading Which Superhero Movies Have the Best Costumes?
You’ve followed our 2014 Sundance Film Festival coverage over the past week, and now you can see which films the various jury members deemed worthy of awards. The big winner of the night was Whiplash, which opened the festival and never really lost steam. It was clearly a favorite for many, taking home both the audience and grand jury awards. You can check out our… Continue reading Here Are the Movies That Won Awards at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
On this week’s episode of the FanCast movies podcast, Erik Davis is joined by film critic and Movies.com contributor Jason Guerrasio to talk all about the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, which is arguably the nation’s most important and recognizable film festival. What were the best movies that screened this year, and when can you watch them in theaters? Listen to Erik and Jason discuss all… Continue reading Listen: The Best Movies of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival
It’s alive, it’s alive! The new Poster-Crop Quiz is aliiiiive! This week, in honor of the release of I, Frankenstein, we thought we’d take a look at Hollywood’s ongoing love affair with the original rogues gallery of the Universal Monsters. Over the years, iterations of the monsters have cropped up in various forms; some comedic, some horrific, some so horrifically bad that they then became comedic… Continue reading Poster-Crop Quiz: Can You Guess These Monster Movies?
In the impending disaster that is I, Frankenstein (sorry, Aaron Eckhart), the title monster is taken to the near future, where he battles gargoyles and tries to prevent the apocalypse… or something. The trailer earns chuckles and grimaces from both casual and seasoned filmgoers alike because they know one thing: that scarred action hero engaging in all kinds of CGI derring-do isn’t Frankenstein’s monster. We… Continue reading Why Do Most Frankenstein Movies Ignore the Source Material?