To honor Monster University, CraveOnline comes up with a list of totally ridiculous movie monsters that could never get into college.
Reporting from the Los Angeles Film Festival, Fred Topel reviews You’re Next. He calls it “awesome” four times.
Fred Topel details his first five days – and first five movies – at the Los Angeles Film Festival
Thrilling special effects and a global scale almost make up for World War Z’s perfunctory zombie movie cliches.
Hockey flick is one of the most successful English homegrown movies.
Most Craved: Let’s hope the year makes things better.
Most Craved: Seeing who jumps into this next.
Most Craved: Is Spielberg even creatively connected to this?
Most Craved: Love it or hate it, are you ready for more?
“Pixar’s best movie in years.”
For fans of obscure arthouse cinema (and I know you’re out there), The Criterion Collection’s new release of Marketa Lazarová is a must.
Still basking in his Avengers success, director Joss Whedon tackles a passion project in a modern-day reinterpretation of a Shakespeare classic.
The Last Exorcism Part II, now on Blu-ray, is so effective as a drama, it’s almost a pity it has to be a horror movie.
This week’s Blu-ray releases include The Fab Four, giant robots, and heardbreaking tragedy. And a B-movie rumor that has the shock fans all abuzz.
Most Craved: Let’s hope they haven’t spent the money just yet.
Most Craved: These movies better be good if they’re coming out this fast.
Most Craved: Sure it’s a well worn theme … but this is Scorsese.
Think there might be something…odd about your girlfriend? I mean, more than the usual kind of odd? We’ve got some signs to help check that your sweetie’s strange behaviors don’t have some dark origins.
In a lecture-slash-editorial, Professor Witney Seibold proposes a plan for Hollywood that would possibly benefit everyone. We’d only have to give up new movies for one year.
Reporting from the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival, Fred Topel says: “This is a film I will remember for a long time.”