Animation has never been exclusively geared to children, but sometime in the last half century or so it’s become more associated with family entertainment and kiddie fare. Sure, there’s the niche popularity of anime and acclaim of animated documentaries like Waltz With Bashir and the cult successes of Ralph Bakshi and Richard Linklater, but very rarely do grown-up-targeted animated features break out into the… Continue reading Watch a Red-Band Trailer for 'Hell and Back,' the Latest Attempt at a Mainstream R-Rated Animated Movie
We haven’t heard much about Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, and so call it a nice surprise to see this first trailer for what looks to be a wickedly funny, raunchy and action-packed zombie comedy.
There’s not much to set up. Three lowly, nerdy cub scouts must join forces with a badass strip-club cocktail waitress when their small town becomes infested… Continue reading Watch: The First R-rated 'Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse' Trailer Is Wickedly Funny
The Devil in the White City: Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese will reunite to make The Devil in the White City. Billy Ray (Captain Phillips) will write the screenplay, based on the acclaimed book by Erik Larson about a notorious serial killer in 18th century Chicago. The actor and the director previousy teamed on Gangs of New
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:
Fan Build of the Day:
It’s not enough to just build a soapbox race car in the form of a Batmobile. One team went extra creative by doing a Lego Batmobile (via Fashionably Geek):
Supercut of the Day:
Do too many movie characters utter… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: The R-Rated Wes Anderson, 'Star Wars' Spinoff Ideas and More
Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture.
Movie Promotion of the Day:
While doing publicity for Magic Mike XXL, Channing Tatum demonstrated seven dance moves in 30 seconds for Vanity Fair, including the “Running Man” and “Vogue”:
Tribute of the Day:
CineFix honors the late composer James Horner with an 8-bit tribute to the movies he scored… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: Channing Tatum's Running Man, R-Rated 'Harry Potter' and More