Review in a Hurry: High school outcast Andrew is a videophile who records everything, even the intense bullying he endures between classes. But all that changes when he and two other students discover something underground that gives them…superpowers!
The best “found footage” flick in years, Chronicle makes great use… Continue reading Movie Review: Chronicle Is Totally Paranormal Activity for Superheroes
If Netflix CEO Reed Hastings was running for office, this would be the time to call him a flip-flopper. After last month’s announcement that Netflix would split into two companies — Netflix for online streaming and Qwikster for DVD-by-mail service — Hastings said on Monday morning that those plans have been scraped. “It is clear that for many of our members two websites would make things more difficult, so we… Continue reading Netflix Was Totally Kidding About Qwikster
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Is Alcatraz the next Lost? You can’t help asking the question. The show comes from Bad Robot productions, home of Lost co-creator J. J. Abrams. The Alcatraz showrunner is iconic Lost writer Elizabeth Sarnoff. One of the show’s stars — arguably the biggest name attached, depending on how often you rewatch Jurassic Park — is Jorge… Continue reading ‘Alcatraz’ producer on ‘Lost’ comparison: ‘We totally embrace it.’
Lost might have ended one year ago, but not all’s, well, lost. Not only did EW team-up with Carlton Cuse and Damon Lindelof for Comic-Con’s Lost: One Year Later panel, but the duo stopped by EW’s VIP lounge to talk about the dearly departed series and the “deleted” scene they premiered during the panel. As for their Twitter feud? Says Lindelof, “We do loathe each other, but the… Continue reading Comic-Con 2011: Doc and Dan get totally ‘Lost’ with Damon and Carlton