Tag Archive: sets


Features, Reviews and Interviews

Drew Pearce Explains the Tone Behind ‘Mission: Impossible 5’ and the Christopher McQuarrie Touch by Peter Hall

5 Ways Paul Verhoeven’s ‘RoboCop’ Is As Relevant As Ever by Alexander Huls

‘Cheap Thrills’ Poster Premiere and VOD Announcement: Ethan Embry and Pat Healy Pose for One Hell of a Night by Peter Hall

Brace Yourself: ‘Jingle All the Way 2’ Is Coming, and It Will Star Larry the… Continue reading Best of the Week: Alex Gibney on 'The Armstrong Lie;' Coolest Movie Sets; 'RoboCop' Past, Present and Future

Coolest Movie Sets Ever is a new series at Movies.com celebrating some of the most elaborate, impressive, and possibly even mind-bending movie sets that have given us some of our favorite movies of all time.

Bates House Facade 1960

The Bates House (often referred to as “The Psycho House”) is one of the most infamous “spooky” houses in all of cinema, and yet, it wasn’t really… Continue reading Coolest Movie Sets Ever: The Bates House from 'Psycho'

Features, Reviews and Interviews

Your February Movies Calendar: In Theaters, on Blu-ray, New VOD Releases and More by Movies.com

Zoey Deutch and Lucy Fry Reveal Everything You Need to Know About ‘Vampire Academy’ by Perri Nemiroff

Watch: The Schmoes Review ‘The Lego Movie’ and ‘The Monuments Men’ by Movies.com

DVD Obscura: The Indie and International Movies You Should Watch This Month by Alonso Duralde

Ten Actors Who Improved With Mustaches by Evan Saathoff

Coolest Movie… Continue reading Best of the Week: Philip Seymour Hoffman Remembered, Best DVDs of January, Coolest Movie Sets and More

Barcelona-based architect and film nerd Federico Babina created a series of artworks that depict the interiors of famous films with a fun retro style. “The idea is to represent a film set as if it were a doll’s house where we can start to play with the imagination together with the movie’s characters,” Babina told website Co.Design.

The layouts are presented as pseudo blueprints, revealing the iconic… Continue reading Retro Art and Your Favorite Movie Sets Collide in a New Poster Series

Michael BayFilmmaker Michael Bay is one of the most divisive people working in Hollywood – and as such, he gets interviewed a lot. One of the dangers of being interviewed frequently (or interviewed at all, really) is that you can get misquoted – or while you’re busy pontificating on things, you can say something awkwardly that gets taken out of context. This seems to happen to… Continue reading Michael Bay Sets Record Straight on "Goofy" 'Transformers' Remarks