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Are you a horror movie fan who can’t wait for the creep-tastic movie “You’re Next” to hit theaters on August 23? Well, you’re in luck!
Moviefone and Lionsgate are giving away a horror movie prize pack fit for even the most sadistic fan. The prize includes a DVD set including “Cabin in the Woods,” “Saw,” and one surprise! That’s not all — you can also… Continue reading 'You're Next' Giveaway: Win a Horror Movie Prize Pack & Mask From the Creepy New Flick!
Neill Blomkamp is having a good week. His latest movie, “Elysium,” opened at the top of the box office, and now his next film, “Chappie,” has gotten the green light from Sony and MRC.
“Chappie” centers on a robot with artificial intelligence that is stolen by gangsters who want to use him for their own evil plans… Continue reading Neill Blomkamp's 'Chappie' Is a Go: 'Elysium' Director Lines Up Next Sci-Fi Film
We here at Movies.com have been beating the drum for You’re Next since 2011, and now that the film is finally hitting theaters, we’re going to do everything we can to make you want to see it. Why? Well, in case you’ve missed our coverage, we think it’s one of the most entertaining, thrilling horror movies in years.
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Farewell, Miramar Playa. We, unfortunately, barely knew ye.
And even after two seasons, Magic City star Jeffrey Dean Morgan sort of feels the same way about Ike Evans, the man at the center of the period drama. Despite spending 16 hours of television in the (very nice) shoes of the family man/hotel owner, he feels they’d only begun to scratch the surface of the character and the world of Magic