“Insidious Chapter 2” is the follow-up to director James Wan’s hugely popular 2011 horror hit “Insidious,” which he made for only $ 1.5 million and went on to gross nearly $ 55 million. Wan returned to direct the sequel, and like the original it chronicles the lives of the Lamberts, a family with an unusual connection to the paranormal realm –… Continue reading 'Insidious: Chapter 2' Family Review: 5 Things Every Parent Should Know Know About the Horror Sequel
Patrick Dempsey has earned himself quite a bit of goodwill playing Dr. Derek Shepherd on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” for the past nine seasons. It was an image rejuvenation, jump-starting the actor’s career that had mostly laid dormant since the early ’90s — an actor’s dream. And that’s what makes “Patrick Dempsey: Racing Le Mans” feel so unseemly.
The new docu-series, premiering concurrently on Velocity and… Continue reading 'Patrick Dempsey: Racing Le Mans' premiere: He wants to race, but why should we care?
As Amanda Bynes‘ parents prepare to go to court on Friday to seek a temporary conservatorship over her, a judge will decide in the next few hours if the troubled starlet should remain in a psychiatric unit for another two weeks, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Meanwhile Amanda’s parents have been visiting her — but the troubled star refuses to see her father, radio… Continue reading Judge Will Decide If Amanda Bynes Should Remain In Psych Unit For Two More Weeks & Parents Are Visiting Daily
He’s back! That’s right, Wolverine, the Canadian superhero with the metallic claws, is once again upon us, this time in his own movie — “The Wolverine” (definite articles make everything scarier).
This time mutant Wolverine is in Japan and what’s more — he’s totally ripped, and he’s ready to kick all sorts of ass (yakuza, ninja, kaiju, whatever). Bring it on!
This is the sixth time… Continue reading 'The Wolverine' Review: 10 Things You Should Know About Hugh Jackman's Latest
“Camp” is the sort of show that gives scripted summer TV a bad name. Broad, cheap and tedious, it wouldn’t have the slightest chance of cracking a major network’s schedule during the regular season.
But in the summer — or so the theory goes — anything can draw some fans, simply because there’s so little competition. Not that that line of thinking is helping ABC’s… Continue reading 'Camp' review: NBC's summer dramedy should be sent home early for bad behavior