Spring is a time for rebirth. Animals are crawling out of their dens after a long hibernation and flowers are beginning life anew – and this year, that over-arching sense of rebirth that comes with the season apparently applies to geeky movies, too.
Reboots and sequels are certainly nothing new to fans of sci-fi and superhero fare, but this season – and… Continue reading The Geek Beat: We're About to Enter the Season of Movie Reboots
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part I is available now on Digital HD (iTunes, Amazon, etc), but if you wait until March 6, 2015, you can grab one of the best blockbusters of 2014 on Blu-ray and DVD. Both digital and physical versions come packed with a bunch of goodies (find the full list below), but there’s one little extra bit that you… Continue reading See How the Weapons in 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' Were Made (Exclusive)
The Schmoes are a couple of regular guys, Kristian Harloff and Mark Ellis, who–like you–are the people for whom movies are made. Each week, we’re posting brand new video from the Schmoes that’ll give their spin on a given movie topic.
On this week’s Top Five, the Schmoes are feeling a little frisky in honor of Fifty Shades of Grey. Check out their… Continue reading Watch: We're Gettin' Frisky and Ranking the Top 5 Sex Scenes in Movies
Last week’s column looked back at the best movies of the year, and this week it’s time to look ahead to the films that will be competing for your attention in 2015.
Along with sequels to some of the most successful franchises in Hollywood history, this year’s slate of films also includes some high-profile reboots, compelling original films, and intriguing indie projects… Continue reading The Geek Beat: The Geekiest 2015 Movies We're Anticipating the Most
“Try to be someone without becoming something you’re not. That’s one of the main takeaways from Noah Baumbach’s While We’re Young, a super-funny relationship comedy about an older couple (Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts) whose blossoming friendship with a free-spirited younger couple (Adam Driver and Amanda Seyfried) cracks open a bottle of nostalgia that spills over all their lives in some very amusing, self-destructive ways.”