The Legend Continues in the Newest Trailer for Anchorman 2

While we've had a couple of teasers for the upcoming Anchorman sequel, we haven't seen any actual footage from the film.  That changes this morning, as Paramount Pictures has released a brand new trailer for the film, showing off a bunch of footage, jokes, and all around awesomeness with the cast.  Come inside to check it out. 

The World’s End Gets a US Theatrical Trailer

While we've already seen (and thoroughly enjoyed) the UK trailer for Edgar Wright's The World's End, a brand new US version has released today featuring a plethora of new footage for your eyeballs to enjoy.

Rated: Seven Psychopaths (2012)

 Seven Psychopaths is one of those movies that makes its intent clear. It’s about crazy people who do crazy things. Luckily, even if you can use your brain to figure out the general direction of the film, there is still enough that will surprise and delight you. 


Psych Season Seven To Start More Seriously

We're a month away from the seventh season premier of the USA network's long-running hit show Psych.  Executive Producer Steve Franks gives us a few details on what to expect in the upcoming season, including a strong shift in tone at the beginning of the season.


Rated: Iron Sky (2012)

In an era of endless sequels and reboots, we have become increasingly tolerant of how far movie makers will stretch for an original idea. I suppose it’s up to movie audiences to tell them when they've gone too far. Nazis are invading from space? OK.  It seems more plausible than Abraham Lincoln fighting vampires.  


BLU REVIEW: The Odd Life of Timothy Green

Cinelinx celebrates The Odd Life of Timothy Green Blu-ray!


The Movie Pool gets all sparkly over the Alicia Silverstone vampire comedy Vamps!

BLU REVIEW: People Like Us

The Movie Pool meets the People Like Us Blu-ray!

Flashback Review: The Ice Pirates (1984)

Do you ever feel like you just want to watch a bad movie? The problem, it seems, is that bad movies are almost always certain to be boring as well.  Thankfully, there is a solution to this dilemma; it's called The Ice Pirates. It's in the same sci-fi vein as Star Wars  but reeks from the influence of 80's pop culture. A more accurate label would be train crash. You just can't look away. 

Flashback Review: Beverly Hills Cop (1984)

Like Kevin Costner, Mel Gibson, and Robin Williams, the 2000's were not kind to the film career of Eddie Murphy. Somewhere along the way either because of the films he was in or the characters he repetitively played, he fell out of favor with audiences. Beverly Hills Cop  is a good reminder why we fell in love with him in the first place, and why he was and arguably still is a great talent. 

DC Universe Transitions Into an All Digital Comics Platform

After a lot of speculation, Warner Bros. has made it official. All original DC shows will make the jump to HBO Max as DC...