From The Inside: Ben Affleck As Batman

Mike Noyes offers up his two cents on the major casting announcement of Ben Affleck (or as he calls him, "The Aff") as Batman/Bruce Wayne in the Man of Steel sequel. »»

DVD Review: 7 Below

The thought that occupied my mind while this film was running was about the faults of the digital age. »»

Francis Ford Coppola Does The Twixt Trailer

Following his decade long sabbatical since The Rainmaker in 1997, Francis Ford Coppola has been making small personal films. Now comes the latest, Twixt. »»

DVD Review: Kill the Irishman

Kill the Irishman is a perfunctory crime thriller with limited scope. »»

The Traveler - DVD Review

A film made by the Redundancy Department of Redundancy. »»

Disc News: MacGruber To Explode On Blu-Ray This September

Box office bomb will find assuredly find its audience on home video. »»

MacGruber - Review

The best SNL sketch adaptation since Wayne’s World »»

Bad Movies Done Right — Double Identity

The only impression the film leaves is that Val Kilmer can't grow a beard to save his life. »»

New Red-Band Trailer for MacGruber

Originally scheduled to be released this month, MacGruber has been pushed back to May 21. »»

SXSW Film ‘10 — MacGruber

MacGruber is the perfect throwback to those terrible action movies you grew up watching — but seen through the eyes of a borderline-retarded, television-obsessed man-child. »»

SXSW Film Announces Full Festival Line-up

As a film fan and as a Texan, there are few things I get more excited about on a yearly basis then the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival. While the SXSW's Music festival may get a lot more of the attention from the hipster crowd, it's SXSW's »»

Brendan Campbell's Best of the Aughts

The variety that will be seen out of the IP Movie staff’s lists will be interesting, and tell a little about their personalities, as well as the types of movies they enjoy. »»

Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans - Review

Being a Bad Lieutenant brings out the good in Nic Cage… »»

Streets of Blood - DVD Review

There's something that's too big about Streets of Blood for its own good, like a top heavy building whose foundation can't support the weight. You keep rooting for it to get up on its feet, but it never manages, instead wallowing in cop movie clichés. »»

Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989 - 1997 - Blu-ray Review

[With this anthology] one has to take into account the over eighteen hours of special features that deliver with every second...If you don't pick this up, then you my friends...need an enema. »»

True Romance makes it to Blu-ray this May

It looks like most of the specs, if not all, from the two disc standard DVD of True Romance will be making its way to the Blu-ray edition. Stay tuned for official artwork and the full list of specs. It's White Boy Day on May 26th. »»

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