Theaters Possessed by Exorcism

Visual effects have come a long way since William Friedkin’s seminal 1973 demonic possession classic, The Exorcist, so it will be interesting to see what vfx house Captive Audience ... Continue Reading →

Restored Cinderella to Screen in Hollywood

Before it arrives on DVD on Oct. 4, Disney’s newly restored animated classic, Cinderella, will play for 11 days at Hollywood’s El Capitan Theatre starting Sept. 15. The ... Continue Reading →

Editor’s Note: A Sound of Guilty Pleasure

Something has gone terribly wrong. Somebody went back in time and disrupted the delicate balance of nature, causing an inexplicable anomaly to surface here in the present. Warner Bro. ... Continue Reading →

Marvel to Make Two Superhero Pix Per Year

It looks like DC Comics crimefighters such as Batman and Superman will be facing a lot of competition from the folks at Marvel. The company announced today that it will change its name ... Continue Reading →

CritterPix Taps Lion King Scribe for Vermin

Northern California-based CG animation house CritterPix Studios has announced development on it second feature, Hollywood Vermin. The company has raised $1.35 million in a common stock ... Continue Reading →

Films Labor at Box Office

A new Labor Day weekend record was set by 20th Century Fox’s The Transporter 2, which took advantage of a dearth of worthy competition to claim the top spot with $20.3 million ... Continue Reading →

Thunder Rolls into Theaters

With September now upon us, the tide of big summer blockbusters has rolled back out into the abyss and Ralph Fiennes is allowed to come out and play again (Focus Features’ The ... Continue Reading →

Brothers Grim, Cave Caves

It wasn’t exactly happily ever after at the box office for Dimension Films and its big-budget, Terry Gilliam-directed fantasy pic, The Brothers Grimm. The $80 million period piece ... Continue Reading →

Spielberg to Make Worlds Collide

Daily Variety reports that Steven Spielberg will follow his adaptation of H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds with a remake of the 1951 sci-fi thriller When Worlds Collide, another ... Continue Reading →

Grimm, Cave Open for Exploration

Matt Damon and Heath Ledger hit theaters today as legendary 19th Century German fairytale crafters Will and Jake Grimm in director Terry Gilliam’s The Brothers Grimm. Though reviews ... Continue Reading →