Houston Cinema Arts Festival: Casting By - Review

A documentary about an overlooked profession and trailblazer Marion Dougherty. »»

The Campaign - Review

The Other Guys … of Politics »»

Blu-ray Review: Footloose (Deluxe Edition)

Be sure not to wear your Sunday shoes while watching Footloose, as I guarantee they’ll be kicked off by the end. »»

Blu-ray Review: Dexter (The Fifth Season)

With this season, antihero Dexter finally grows comfortable in his own skin. »»

Rise of the Planet of the Apes - Review

James Franco gets acted off the screen by a chimp »»

Dexter: The Fourth Season - DVD Review

This season of Dexter has to be some of the most riveting television in history. »»

Rise of the Apes Loves (Brian) Cox

In Planet of the Apes prequel, Brian Cox would play the film's central villain »»

John Lithgow Monkeys Around In Planet Of The Apes Prequel

Slumdog Millionaire star Freida Pinto also joins cast that already includes James Franco. »»

Santa Claus: The Movie - DVD Review

Christmas has become exactly what it never should have become and that's overly commercialized. It is no longer just about being together with family and friends, giving to others, and enjoying the spirit of the season. Christmas has grown to become about receiving gifts, spending the most money, and buying the most lavish presents one can find. Trees are decked out in ornaments and lights you can't touch because they're too expensive. The stockings hung by the chimney were hung with care but only because they are made of fine silk. Children don't even care anymore what's in the present boxes but how many of them there are. Let us not ever forget, though, who brings all of those gifts to us and fills those stockings. The main man himself...Santa Claus. »»

Quadruple Feature Thriller Pack - DVD Review

Every now and then, studios get the idea that throwing together some films in a similar genre will be a bright idea and it really is. Getting a bundle of films for one low price sounds like an awesome way to save some cash and liven up a boring night when nothing is on the tube. But one has to wonder how they finally come up with which films are going to be included in each bundle. Surely there have to be a number of films that constitute the "thriller" title, and some have to be better then others. How on earth then do you wind up with films from 1991, 1992, 1996, and 2000? Random much? »»

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