What constitutes a family? Since birth, we’re told certain people around us are part of our family, but what does family even mean? We don’t choose these people and they don’t choose us, so at what point does it all click? At what point does someone go from being that other person in my life to being the most important person in my life? Much… Continue reading Sundance: That Amazing Thing 'Boyhood,' 'Happy Christmas' and 'Laggies' All Have in Common
Note: This post was originally published on 10/21/13.
Before everyone has a collective heart attack, let’s make it very clear that we’re talking about a new Aliens video game, not a movie. However, the core idea behind it is rather intriguing, which is why we’re writing about it on Movies.com. The game in question is called Alien: Isolation, and Kotaku’s sources say it’ll actually be… Continue reading Ripley's Daughter Is Getting Her Own 'Aliens' Spin-off, and That's Not a Bad Thing (Updated)
The parents of the world all have different ideas when it comes to introducing their children to movies, with some taking a more inventive approach over others. Yeah, you can slowly introduce one movie at a time, beginning with Disney classics and Pixar movies, or you can do what these awesome parents are doing and introduce all the best movies to your young child by placing them inside classic movie… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Parents Re-create Famous Movie Scenes with Their Baby
Artist Erika Deoudes is our hero today for creating this 2014 calendar full of famous movie monsters reimagined as sexy pin-up models. Dubbed The Calendar of Sexy Monsters, it features all your favorites, from the beautiful Predator seductively posing against a tree to Godzilla teasing the destructive package between his legs. Oh, what’s that? You have a thing for the Blob? Don’t worry, it’s got a spot on here, too… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Famous Movie Monsters Reimagined as Sexy Pin-Up Models
Forget “Portlandia.” The dream of the late ’90s is still alive in Manchester, UK, where teens are apparently recreating the David Fincher dude-tastic classic “Fight Club.” According to The Independent, the teens are using BlackBerry Messenger to meet up for a touch of the old ultra-violence.
Indeed, these kids are taking it to a new level by… Continue reading England Teens Prove 'Fight Club' Is Still a Thing