What would happen if one of the greatest movies of all time were remade by one of the worst directors of all time? This. I’m afraid. I’m afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going… I can feel it.
If you have even the slightest fondness in your heart for the original Star Wars movies, you owe it to yourself to check out these beautiful original concept issues by illustrator Ralph McQuarrie.
Who the hell is this guy? It’s none other than Nicolas Cage as “Big Daddy” in some ultra-violent-gun-totin’-beat-’em-up action in this M-rated snippet from the upcoming Kick-Ass.
This dark and disturbing version of Pac-Man envisions the CEO of a pharmaceutical company trapped in a maze designed by a demented patient, where he has to down his own “power-pellets”.
Christina Ricci, Liam Neeson and Justin Long star in this psychological-thriller, in which Ricci wakes up on the funeral director’s table after a car accident only to be told that she’s already dead… or is she?
NSFW – Swear you won’t kill anyone and get your ass to Mars as the Governator muscles his way through his best, worst, and campiest one-liners, expletives, and villain-ending catchphrases.
Hereâ€™s your chance to appear in and meet the cast of the next X-Men movie. A non-speaking, walk-on role is being auctioned off, with proceeds going to the Worldwide Orphans Foundation.
Are you troubled by strange noises in the middle of the night? Then whom shall you telegram? Steampunk Ghostbusters! Great ragtime Ray Parker, Jr. there guys. Thanks for the tip, Andrew!
The latest trailer for Iron Man 2 popped up during Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards and features a few new VFX scenes, and a brief, humorous cameo by Inglewood’s iconic Randy’s Donuts sign.
No, this isn’t really the trailer for Avatar 2. However, this parody trailer does its best to poke fun at Avatar’s plot originality (or lack thereof). Sorry, James Cameron, we still love you.
Michael Cera opens up a can of whup-ass on his girlfriends’ seven evil exes in the latest film from the creator of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. Opens August 13, 2010.
While most of your probably weren’t born when Saul Bass’ trademark style of movie credits were popular, that doesn’t make this Bass-inspired version of the TRON opening credits any less cool.