The trailers for Office Christmas Party did exactly what trailers are supposed to. It made the movie look like a raucous good time, worth the price of admission of time commitment. The problem is the trailers did so at the expense of most every funny bit in the movie. The latest in
Yippee-Ki-Yay! Enter to win a Die Hard coloring book. Die Hard is the first R-rated movie I saw in theaters and is one of my favorite action films. For those reasons, I am happy to give our readers that chance to win a copy of the Die Hard: The Authorized Coloring
Eighteen months ago, I wrote my very first review for Screen Invasion. I was a cherubic, bright-eyed 26 year old, newly married and enjoying my time in Manhattan. My editor, Kristal Bailey, invited me to write a Retro Review of Die Hard. I accepted, because, why the hell not? It’s Die Hard, after all. Despite
I’m on a Die Hard binge! Entertainment Weekly just dropped some great infographics about the original trilogy from the 90s. Catch up on all the gritty details before the release of A Good Day to Die Hard. The infographics drop some crazy knowledge about the first films, including the crazy jump in stakes
Spring movies often get a bad wrap. Much like the fall movie season, these are typically considered cinematic leftovers. Spring films are seen as not good enough for Oscar contention, not blockbuster enough for the summer playground, and generally pretty skip-able. However, this year there are still plenty of quality
Today we’re getting in the Christmas spirit by watching one of our favorite non-traditional Christmas movies, Die Hard, in our December Live-Viewing Party. If you’ve joined us before, you know the drill – we all gather around our computers and queue up the same movie at the same time so we
John McClane (Bruce Willis). McClane embodies a certain spirit that was alive in this era. A man, that by all accounts should die…several times over. But somehow, after the blood is spilled, the injuries are collected, the white tank-top is sullied and browned, our hero crawls from the rubble, limping into victory.
The search for John McClane, Jr. has come to an end. Comingsoon reports that Jai Courtney (Varro on Spartacus: Vengeance) has been cast in the role in the upcoming A Good Day to Die Hard. The news was announced by Tom Rothman on today’s The Jim Rome Show. Skip Woods (The A-Team, X-Men Origins:
Being that it is the week of Christmas, I thought it would be fun to share my top ten Christmas movies. I absolutely love this time of year and the warm feeling it gives me. Movies like these bring up such good memories. Without further delay, you can watch my
Our friends at Hopko Designs sent us this cool poster for Jon Favreau’s ELF to help gets us into the holiday spirit. I love December because there are so many Holiday movies on TV and great films being released in theaters. In honor of this cool poster check out my Top Five
John McClane is one step closer to the big screen again. Today a release date and title has been set by 20th Century Fox for the fifth film in the franchise. The movie will be titled A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD and arrives in theaters on February 14th 2013.