Archive for April, 2013

World War Z: Poster

— by CHERRY BELL — In the newest wave of genre films coming from Hollywood, the latest trend is everything zombie. Not only has the trend invaded the big screen with fan favorites like “Resident Evil” and “Warm Bodies,” but also the small screen with AMC’s hit series “The[...]

Elysium: First Trailer

— by ADAM POYNTER — With a week that has brought us our first official poster for Neil Blomkamp’s “Elysium,” we now are being treated to the first official trailer as well. The “District 9” director already has my interest piqued with just his name being attached to the film, a[...]

A Clip from Scary Movie 5

— by JESSIKA OWENS — If the “Scary Movie” franchise is good at anything, it’s knowing that it’s junk and I mean that in a good way. It’s pretty hard to criticize films that know exactly what they are and where they stand. When the players embrace that idea a[...]

The Mortal Instruments : Trailer No. 2

— by CHERRY BELL — We have vampires. We have werewolves. And we even have zombies in abundance of late. Now, thanks to Cassandra Clare’s hidden world within our own, we have a small group of beings that call themselves Shadowhunters. In “Mortal Instruments: City of Bones,” the [...]

Catching Fire: Teaser Trailer Preview

— by CHERRY BELL — With a change behind the camera and numerous additions to the original cast (because the majority of the players in the first died), Lionsgate/Summit continues with the marketing of one of the most highly anticipated films of 2013. Francis Lawrence (“I Am Legend”) [...]

Fast & Furious 6: Poster

— by CHERRY BELL — In the newest poster released for “Fast & Furious 6,” the whole gang from the first five films is featured. Not only does the poster feature the main characters from the previous films, but it places Paul Walker, Vin Diesel and Dwayne “The Rock” Jo[...]

Documenta Madrid hits 10th Anniversary

Documenta Madrid, the international Madrid documentary festival, will celebrate its 10th anniversary May 5 to 12 with a new edition directed by Mikel Olaciregui (former director of San Sebastian Film Festival) and the new team of Cineteca (the Spanish theatre devoted to the “non-fiction” cinema,[...]

The Purge: Trailer & Poster

— by CHERRY BELL — Imagine a world where unemployment and crime are at an all-time low, but at a price. The price being that for a 12-hour period once a year, any and all illegal activities are considered legal. All emergency services are suspended during this time and citizens (if they [...]

Beware the Batman: Poster

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — We previously promised to keep you posted on all new updates for the upcoming animated TV series titled “Beware of the Batman,” and we now have a new poster to show. The longtime-coming series is still set to hit our small screens this summer on the Cartoon Netwo[...]

Carrie: Full Theatrical Trailer

— by ADAM POYNTER — Ever since it was announced that the “Carrie” re-imagining would have its release date pushed back from March 15 to Oct. 18, we have not heard much about the film. The move was made for a few reasons, including distancing itself from “The Evil Dead” release, a[...]

Pixar will be Finding Dory in 2015

— by CHERRY BELL — It has been 10 years since Pixar’s animated hit “Finding Nemo” splashed into theaters and everyone fell in love with a clown fish named Marlin and his forgetful blue tang fish travel companion, Dory, in a quest to find his son, Nemo. This week, Pixar [...]

Grown Ups 2: First Trailer

— by CHERRY BELL — The gang is back together again and this time it’s not just for a long holiday weekend. Lenny (Adam Sandler) and Roxanne (Salma Hayek) Feder have decided to leave the big city life in Los Angeles and relocate to a small town in “Grown Ups 2.” The majority of [...]

The Big Wedding: Trailer

— by CHERRY BELL — What do you get when you have Diane Keaton, Susan Sarandon, Robin Williams and Robert De Niro starring in a comedy together? You get a very funny dysfunctional family drama-comedy. A dramedy, if you will. It is an American remake of the original 2006 French film “[...]

Review: Drawing Dead

— by BEV QUESTAD — The sun is shining and a man is shown walking along an isolated road (where are those?) bordered by tall, thick grass with two dogs tramping at his side. He is pulling a cart and stops, pulls out his violin and masterfully creates an ambiance of light-hearted bliss[...]