Tag Archive: theaters


Love bulging biceps and ax-wielding? How about an undead romcom? Well, if so, you’re in luck: “Warm Bodies” and “Bullet to the Head” hit theaters this weekend.

Starring Nicholas Hoult, “Bodies” takes zombie tropes (flesh eating, slow, lurching walks) and gives it a twist: romance. It’s a “Romeo and Juliet”-inspired tale of forbidden love between a beautiful human

Three very diverse films will be released at the box office this Friday.

First up is “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.” Here, 15 years after that traumatic gingerbread debacle, the titular twosome (Jeremy Renner, Gemma Arterton) are playing bounty hunters out for blood instead of breadcrumbs.

But if you’re looking for less fantastical action, check out “Parker.” Based on the series of bestselling crime novels by Donald E. Westlake, the film follows… Continue reading Weekend Movie Reviews: 'Hansel & Gretel,' 'Parker' and 'Movie 43' Hit Theaters

The Last Stand

A border town sheriff pulls out the heavy artillery to prevent an escaped drug kingpin from blasting his way into Mexico in t… Read More

(4)

For one of the better box office weekends in January, three — (count ‘em three!) — films will be released this Friday.

Arnold Schwarzenegger gets back in the leading man saddle with “The Last Stand.” The action flick from… Continue reading Weekend Movie Reviews: 'The Last Stand,' 'Broken City' And 'Mama' Hit Theaters (PHOTOS)

Cable On DemandCable offers VOD programming (same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pre-theatrical exclusives) for rent, usually for 24- or 48-hour periods at prices from about $ 2.99 for older titles to $ 9.99 for new or exclusive releases. Since cable offers a direct connection from your cable provider, its VOD offerings are usually less prone to outside interference and can be streamed with surround sound and 3D when available.

Let’s face it: We don’t always have the greatest experience at the movie theater. Most of our in-theater angst stems from the random strangers sitting around us, and whether they’re the type who text or talk during the movie, or decide to bring their infant to an R-rated thriller only to let the little one cry and cry during the film’s most intimate moments. Many theaters have developed ways to… Continue reading Is This What All Future Movie Theaters Should Look Like?