Vampires are in vogue, so it was only a matter of time before Lost Boys would rise from the crypt. Corey Feldman is back, and the trailer is good for a few unintentional(?) laughs. R.I.P. Corey Haim.
If you didn’t bother to see Tim Burton’s latest when it came out, now’s your chance to see the over-the-top fairy tale in the comfort of your home. Sorry, no 3D for these discs, but who needs it?
This creepy horror flick is guaranteed to keep you up at night. Needless to say, any plans to rid this place of evil don’t work out well. Perhaps it should be called Exorcism FAIL.
Eight New Yorkers find themselves trapped in the basement of an apartment building after “the big one” hits in this post-apocalyptic thriller from the guy who directed Hitman.
We don’t care that it’s in Japanese. This horror / action flick looks awesome. The story centers on a man who loses everything and becomes an iron-celled-metal-man hell-bent on revenge.
Next time you go out to see a 3D movie, don’t look like a dweeb with those cheap glasses the theater gives you. You’ll be the hippest one in the row in these designer polarized lenses for RealD movies.
All of the camerawork, editing, effects and sound for this Alien versus Predator fan-flick were done by one man, Alex A. Popov. The amazing part: The entire 22-minute film cost about $500 to shoot.
We have no idea what’s going on in Steve Kostanski’s “sci-fi/action/horror/comedy epic,” but it involves stop-motion, kung-fu, and demon-nazi-vampires, and a guy named Dr. Scorpius.
Available for the first time in HD, Brian DePalma’s 1993 gangster flick about an ex-con trying to go straight offers great performances by Al Pacino, Sean Penn, Luis Guzman and John Leguizamo.
NSFW: Nicolas Cage has a drug-induced encounter with a couple of iguanas in this trippy (and unintentionally funny) scene from Werner Herzog’s upcoming Bad Lieutenant, due out on 5/21.
Based on a Philip K. Dick sci-fi short story, George Nolfi’s The Adjustment Bureau stars Matt Damon and Emily Blunt as people whose romance is foiled by creepy men wearing hats in a virtual world.
Out May 25, Cormac MacCarthy’s The Road is a post-apocalyptic nightmare as father and son struggle to survive in a barren America. Includes Director’s Commentary and Making of The Road.
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