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Video of a pilot whale, seemingly stranded out of the water on the edge of its pool, has gone viral and has caused an uproar from animal lovers who are demanding answers from SeaWorld.

The incident was caught on video by Carlo de Leonibus, who with his wife, Ashley, had taken their dolphin-loving daughter to SeaWorld in Orlando.  They were celebrating Catiana’s 11th birthday.

It had started… Continue reading Caught On Tape! Video Of ‘Stranded’ Pilot Whale At SeaWorld Causes Uproar

This is a part of our ongoing Halloween series taking a look at the most influential horror directors from around the globe. Previously: David Cronenberg, Alfred Hitchcock, and John Carpenter.

whale header The Most Influential Horror Filmmakers: James Whale

Frankenstein wasn’t the first horror movie; it wasn’t even the first Frankenstein movie (Thomas Edison beat Universal’s stab by 21 years), but director James Whale seemed to know exactly what elements must be used to harness the tricky lightning of… Continue reading The Most Influential Horror Filmmakers: James Whale

Review in a Hurry: This whale of a tale—an inspirational rescue-adventure about three gray whales trapped in the Arctic Circle—would be hard to swallow if it weren’t based on actual events from 1988. Whale fans will blubber, but uneven Miracle flounders in its hunt for narrative focus.… Continue reading Movie Review: Big Miracle a Whale Rescue Adventure That (Barely) Stays Afloat


It’s Friday, which means it’s time to let our hair down at Movies.com headquarters and break out all the weird, freaky stuff we’ve been hiding from our parents so they don’t think we’ve gone completely mad. Just don’t tell anyone you got this from us …


— We begin with this awesome image of a volcano erupting in Chile. Either that or Thor and Loki just returned to earth… Continue reading Freaky Friday Finds: Whale Almost Eats Surfer, Girl with Machine Gun Leg, Brett Ratner's Machine-Gun Mouth and More

Nature, celebrities, nostalgia from Eastern Europe, the passion project of a Transformers star, and the question of The Perfect Host — is it David Hyde Pierce? — all play a role in this week’s column.

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Nature documentaries continue to attract audiences, as well as celebrity narrators who are attracted to the subject matter, and the new film The Whale fits that profile nicely. The Whale tells the tale of “a… Continue reading Indie Insights: Ryan Reynolds and 'The Whale,' John Turturro's 'Passione,' Watch 'The Perfect Host' Trailer