Hollywood has a way of reinventing things by rejuvenating characters and bringing them up to date with all the bells and whistles necessary to make it ‘fresh and new.’ This is the case of the film Conan the Barbarian where they have remade a classic adding all the CGI bells and whistles then throwing in some topless women for eye candy.
The scary, seething, suspenseful, gory, horror filled Fright Night left me turning my head on my way to the car following the showing. It’s a frightening flick that takes its toll on those that can have a love for the thrills that evil can provide. You don’t have to be Goth to enjoy, just a sense of humor and a need to feed your bloody thirst for a good horror movie.
The French really know how to make a lighthearted sexy comedy and the proof comes in a very funny and provocative film called The Names of Love. Although complicated as most French comedies are, the quirky little film puts on a good show.
Shattering, piercing, suspenseful, queasy, bloody, gouging, bone breaking, mind blowing, and yet mesmerizing that’s what Final Destination 5 is …
The situation action comedy 30 Minutes or Less does a very good job of setting up the laughter while …
It’s hard to believe that it was only a short period of time ago that people were still separating black from white. In The Help we find what a little thing like writing a book could do to stir up segregation and bring it to the forefront.
Blasting onto the silver screen with the intensity of its original release nearly 30 years ago, the pop culture phenomenon Scarface, starring Al Pacino and directed by Brian De Palma, returns to movie theaters in a one-night Fathom event on Wednesday, August 31