ANT-MAN: An over-familiar plot, often shamelessly borrowed from the Iron Man series, gets in the way of non-superficial enjoyment.
Edgar Wright’s departure from ANT-MAN leaves Marvel in a sticky spot.
I finally caught The World’s End in theaters yesterday and know that I’ll be watching that one again on DVD/Blu-ray. If you haven’t seen it, or just want to see it again, check out this drinking game from our friends at Drinking Cinema. READ || The World’s End Movie Review This should
Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity kicked off the Venice Film Festival earlier today. By all accounts, it’s a great film that looks like one to beat at the Oscars, particularly for Cuarón in the director race, Sandra Bullock in the best actress race, and DP Emmanuel Lubezki in the cinematography category. Stephen Frears’ Philomena could
Explore the first two films of Edgar Wright’s “Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy” on the eve of its conclusion with THE WORLD’S END.
The Cornetto Trilogy is coming to an end soon, but don’t worry we’ve got some awesome art for you to check out. This Cornetto Trilogy art celebrates the films of Edgar Wright, and includes posters for Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz and the upcoming finale The World’s End. Keep reading to check out
THE WORLD’S END Interview: Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg, and Nick Frost and a Day at the Alamo Drafthouse
Watch our interview with the creative team behind Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and the new film, The World’s End – Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright.
The first trailer for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End has arrived! It’s hilarious, weird and completely awesome! It stars Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, Paddy Considine, Eddie Marsan, Rosamund Pike and is of course directed by Edgar Wright with writing by him and Simon Pegg.
Today we’ve got a great News Invasion lined up for your enjoyment. Included are stories about The Walking Dead, After Earth, Kristen Stewart and much more.
The new film from Ben Wheatley, the phenomenal director of Kill List and Down Terrance, it tells the story of two idiosyncratic (and probably a little disturbed) British holiday-makers whose visit to Yorkshire spirals into violence and bloodshed.