My list of movie tropes for which a moratorium should be declared continues to grow. To the already overworked 3D, comic-book movies, remakes, sequels...
And you thought Abraham Lincoln went to war to save the Union from collapse and free the slaves. Apparently not. The Civil War was fought to save the Union from VAMPIRES.
With the release of his new book, Seth Grahame-Smith took some time to offer his Top 10 Horror Inspirations--the movies, music and books that set him down this dark literary path.
This film by Breck Eisner is taut, tense and veined with just the right amount of humor. It knows what it's about and gets to it, without a lot of fuss or frills.
On a drizzly day in Los Angeles, Harrelson caught up with me about why he picks the roles he does and the kinds of movies he wants to make in the future.
Pardon the obvious tardiness, but as often occurs, life got in the way. So, no more procrastination, here are my favorite films of the just finished year.
In Youth in Revolt Michael Cera does what many have wanted to do to Michael Cera themselves personally: whup his own sorry ass. And that is definitely worth seeing.
It never occurred to me that making Austen a vampire was in any way disrespectful. Rather, I looked at it as giving her the chance to take revenge on those who have appropriated her literary genius for their own profit.
Fortunately, as the father of two sons, absolutely no one is asking me to see New Moon, but for those out there waiting in some bloody line, here's my moon-themed playlist.
The Messenger -- being released this weekend -- is a film in which Harrelson tests his mettle and shines. Is it Oscar-worthy? "I think I did an okay job," Harrelson says.
Writing with the deceased is not as easy as it sounds. For one thing, you're really on your own when it comes to publicity; our book came out two months ago, and Jane Austen has yet to turn up for a book signing.
Give me the disappointment of a world without freshly-baked Twinkies in exchange for wondering how the State of Illinois will keep all the poor people in food stamps next year.
Microsoft and T-Mobile are trying to explain to Sidekick users why all of their information has been lost. Over the weekend, a technical issue caus...
There is no such thing as a single zombie. Zombies come in packs. They appear only in swarms, pods, herds, flocks, colonies, swarms, troops, droves and clowders.
CBS is working round the clock to keep David Letterman's explanation of his extortion case off the Internet. The clip was not posted to either CB...
There are several big laughs in Zombieland. But, ultimately, director Ruben Fleischer has to honor the horror half of the horror-comedy equation. And that slows the movie down every time.