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This week “Bullet to the Head” hits the big screen and marks the long awaited return of a singular voice in American film, Walter Hill. His first film since 2002′s marginal prison boxing movie “Undisputed,” Hill is probably best known for his role in Ridley Scott’s “Alien.” Hill produced and co-wrote (with frequent collaborator David Giler) the

Tommy Wirkola’s “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters” may be the freshest take on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale, but it’s nowhere near the first adaptation of the story on film, nor is it the only one out this year. In fact, there are at least four other versions with a release date of 2013, including the obvious

Weekend Movies: Must Watch From The Editors

With the week winding down, you’ll soon be faced with that familiar question: What are you doing this weekend? While we can’t help you with your potential gym resolutions, or cleaning of attics, if you’re at a loss for what movie to see this weekend, you’ve come to the right place.

Your trusty Moviefone editors narrowed down the best of what’s debuting at the cinema — or is screening on your… Continue reading Weekend Movies: Must Watch From The Editors

  • ‘Slither’ (2006)

    <strong>Sheriff:</strong> Bill Pardy (Nathan Fillion) <strong>Small town:</strong> Wheelsy, South Carolina <strong>Big problem:</strong> alien parasites from outer space that infect the locals There are many movies involving a small-town being infiltrated by some sort of alien creature, but often the heroes are ordinary people rather than the local sheriff, who tends to be a difficult skeptic. However, in James Gunn’s cult favorite, the head lawman is actually a nice

  • ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ (Frank Darabont, 1994)

    The beloved “Shawshank Redemption,” which currently holds the title of “Favorite Movie Ever by Pretty Much Every Human On Earth,” is often remembered for its immortal themes of hope, courage and understanding, which is a shame because it’s also a movie about busting out of the joint. The fact that the escape carried out mostly in secret by Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) isn’t revealed