Proving that you’re not the only one with weird grandparents, M. Night Shyamalan’s new movie looks like a creepy small-scale thriller that definitely carries with it a typical Shyamalan-like mystery, but everything about it feels fresh and adequately freaky.
Check out the first trailer for The Visit below.
So what’s the deal with this movie?
Last year Shyamalan made an… Continue reading Watch: M. Night Shyamalan Returns to Freaking You Out in First Trailer for 'The Visit'
Bethenny Frankel continued to battle with Ramona Singer on this week’s episode of the Real Housewives of New York — but the jabs didn’t stop with her.
From firing at LuAnn de Lesseps over Kelly Bensimon‘s return, to shutting down Heather Thomson, the Skinnygirl mogul isn’t playing nice with her cast members!
The drama kicked off when Frankel held a brunch even though Singer already planned one. In an… Continue reading Bethenny Frankel Tells ‘Slithery’ LuAnn De Lesseps ‘You Need To Be Checked’ After Inviting Former Enemy Kelly Bensimon To Girls’ Night Out On ‘RHONY’
Notable New Releases
It’s a pretty slow week for Blu-rays and DVDs, with the only major new release being Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, which is the third in the series in case you’ve lost track of the sequels. Ben Stiller once again returns as the dumpy security guard who becomes the unwitting steward of a magic power that brings historical relics to life… Continue reading New on DVD/Blu-ray: 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb,' 'The Breakfast Club' and More
Plenty of movies have contests for fans to win a chance to see a movie early, perhaps even at its world premiere. But few promise to do it with the same level of style that Robert Downey Jr. plans to bring to the table.
It’s best if you just watch the below video of RDJ explaining the night of extravagance and decadence… Continue reading Watch: Robert Downey Jr. Wants to Give You the Best Night of Your Life... Ever
Last year’s Sundance Film Festival began with the introduction of what would become one of the year’s most liked movies and eventually a Best Picture nominee: Whiplash. This year there may not be a major Oscar contender among the opening night movies, but instead we watched a hauntingly honest and soulful documentary about musician and activist Nina Simone (What Happened, Miss Simone?) and… Continue reading Sundance Opening Night: Come for the John Legend Performance, Stay for the Naked Cartwheels