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The month of October is typically time for scary movies to get the spotlight, but this month is also packed with some great, geeky stuff that’s significantly less likely to give you nightmares. From massive conventions to hit movies and cool comics, there’s a lot to look out for on shelves, in theaters, and around the geek scene throughout October.

Here are… Continue reading October Geek Guide: Comic Cons, A Lawn Jabba, Marvel Reboots, and More To Look For This Month

This year’s Cinderella was the latest animated Disney property to get the shiny live-action treatment, and there are a ton more on the way. Just last week it was announced that Aladdin would get a spinoff in the form of a prequel called Genies, a film that would take us inside the magical world of, well, genies.

In addition to Genies, there’s a new Dumbo film… Continue reading See All of Disney Animation's Upcoming Sequels, Reboots and Spinoffs in One Image

Spring is a time for rebirth. Animals are crawling out of their dens after a long hibernation and flowers are beginning life anew – and this year, that over-arching sense of rebirth that comes with the season apparently applies to geeky movies, too.

Reboots and sequels are certainly nothing new to fans of sci-fi and superhero fare, but this season – and… Continue reading The Geek Beat: We're About to Enter the Season of Movie Reboots

Here’s your 4-day President’s Day Weekend box office returns (new releases bolded):

1. The Lego Movie – $ 48.8 million

2. About Last Night – $ 27.0 million

3. Robocop – $ 21.5 million

4. The Monuments Men – $ 15.0 million

5. Endless Love – $ 13.3 million

6. Ride Along – $ 8.7 million

7. Winter’s Tale – $ 7.7 million

8. Frozen – $ 5.8 million

9. Lone Survivor – $ 4.0

  • ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ (Tom Ripley series) by Patricia Highsmith

    This charming con man and murderer has led five separate films, adapted from only three of his five novels (‘The Talented Mr. Ripley’ and ‘Ripley’s Game’ have been done twice), with prominent actors Matt Damon, Alain Delon, Dennis Hopper, Barry Pepper and John Malkovich in the role at different points since 1960. Although these films work okay on their own