So we’ve arrived at that time where the Oscars have announced all of this year’s Best Picture nominees and you haven’t seen any of them. Or maybe you caught one here or one there, but you need to schedule a serious catch-up session in order to look knowledgeable for your Oscar party. It’s cool, we’ve been there… and we’ve got some good news… Continue reading Where to Watch All of This Year's Best Picture Oscar Nominees in One Sitting
This year’s Academy Award nominations were announced last week, and as usual, the geekier side of Hollywood doesn’t have much of a presence in the list of actors and filmmakers honored.
Or does it?
My sentiments on the Oscars’ annual snubbing of comic book, sci-fi and fantasy films are well documented, but just because there aren’t many geeky projects in the… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Geek Movie History of This Year's Oscar Nominees
The Important News
Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel received the most Oscar nominations.
Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel were big winners at the Golden Globes.
The Babadook and Oculus were nominated for multiple Chainsaw Awards.
Spider-Man will reportedly cross over to appear in Avengers: Infinity War — Part 1.
Jake Gyllenhaal could replace Tom Hardy in Suicide Squad.
We got our first look at Billy Dee… Continue reading Best of the Week: New 'Avengers' Trailer, Oscar Noms, How to See the Golden Globe Winners and More
How about those Oscar nominations? Surely you’ve vented about the snubs and discussed your favorite surprises plenty since hearing the announcement this morning, but now it’s time for you to rank the worst omissions and the greatest inclusions of the Academy Awards this year.
Is the offense of The Lego Movie not being nominated for Best Animated Feature worse than Ava DuVernay… Continue reading You Rank the Biggest Snubs and Surprises of the 2015 Oscar Nominations
Oscar Pistorius is a “broken man,” Dr. Löre Hartzenberg, a psychologist who has treated the convicted killer, testified in court in South Africa’s Pretoria Court on Monday.
Hartzenberg took the stand as the paralympian awaits his sentencing in his culpable homicide conviction in last year’s fatal Valentine’s Day shooting of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The psychologist said the double-amputee runner’s accidental shooting of the stunning South African reality star cost him… Continue reading The Pity Party You Thought You’d Never See: Oscar Pistorius A ‘Broken Man’ Since Shooting Girlfriend, Psychologist Testifies In Pre-Sentencing Hearing