This week Disney is releasing a remake of the 1977 film Pete’s Dragon. Co-written and directed by indie darling and Dallas, TX native David Lowery, the new Pete’s Dragon is a beautiful and emotional ride that people of all ages will enjoy. It stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Wes Bentley, Robert
First things first: I’m having real issues with this high-tech music blaring through any and every scene. Look, I don’t mean to flog a dead horse, but that’s precisely what Almost Human is doing with their eerie-kooky techno beats. We’ve long past the point where instrumental stings and the low patter
There are some great releases this week that are sure to satisfy everyone! The trekkies of the world we be excited to get Star Trek Into Darkness.
Star Trek Into Darkness is available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download from Paramount Home Entertainment. Having seen the film on the big screen I was truly looking forward to seeing the Blu-ray version. While I love seeing the great picture quality on my home screen, my main reason for
We know not everyone has time for every major release or big movie, so instead of featuring 10 great films a month, these are truly the ones that cannot be missed this May. They’ll either be films coming out in theaters that week or something on Netflix I think that’s worth the watch.
A new Star Trek Into Darkness clip and stills have arrived online. The clip shows Captain Kirk viciously confronting the calm villain.
A final Star Trek Into Darkness trailer has arrived online, and it features some epic new footage. Keep reading to check out the new trailer and a cool poster of Spock.
This week there are a few great Blu-ray and DVD releases! House at the End of the Street, Dredd, Frankenweenie, Samsara, and Dallas: The Complete First Season are the best releases this week! Here’s a clip from House at the End of the Street (the still above is from the movies
Just weeks after the release of the Star Trek Into Darkness announcement teaser, we get the full official teaser trailer for the summer sci-fi spectacular. This trailer, clocking in at 1:55 (over 50 seconds longer than the previous announcement), boasts more action, more drama, and more lens flares than you can
Karl Urban’s chin should receive top billing in Dredd, a sci-fi action film that’s as intractable as its leading man’s jawline. It’s the second attempt (after the 1995 Sylvester Stallone vehicle Judge Dredd) at packaging the wry, darkly ironic British comic book hero Judge Dredd as a hulking, humorless lawman