Wherein the ‘success’ of YA films adapted from young-adult fiction—from HARRY POTTER & THE HUNGER GAMES, to DIVERGENT—is evaluated.
Continuing Screen Invasion’s Halloween spirit, we take a look at the Horror Icon, DAWN OF THE DEAD Director George A. Romero.
There are a lot of cool release this week, so I decided to split up my list with movies and TV shows you must have. Check out the lists down below.
When adapting a book into a film, some key moments are always going to be left on the page. It’s inevitable. However, some adaptations handle this better than others. You keep in too much, you’re left with a slow, overly long film that bores. You cut too much, the film
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
The success of The Twilight Saga has undoubtedly spurred a new wave of supernatural teen romance. One new addition to the genre is Warm Bodies – a girl falls in love with the guy from the wrong side of the tracks, except this time it’s in love with a guy from the wrong side
Dear Readers, When thinking about what I could possibly add to the immense body of writing about The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, it seemed somehow wrong for me to write about Breaking Dawn – Part 2, or any other member of The Twilight Saga, without first sharing something with you. It’s
Nicholas Hoult continues to land some amazing roles, he’s starring in X-MEN FIRST CLASS and the upcoming JACK THE GIANT KILLER. Now, he’s been cast in Summit’s WARM BODIES. The film is slated to start production this summer and will be directed by Jonathan Levin. It is said to have a similiar tone