Bibbs & Witney review Transcendence, The Machine, A Haunted House 2, Make Your Move, Antboy, Fading Gigolo and Poseidon Rex.
The sequel is somehow even meaner and less funny than the original. Who will survive A Haunted House 2 and what will be left of them?
Mark Webber talks eating flies and making small children cry. It’s okay, it’s just for his new thriller 13 Sins.
Johnny Depp stars in a boring graduate thesis that’s only pretending to be a sci-fi thriller.
Step Up creator Duane Adler is back with a tapdancing starcross’d romance that showcases the acting talents of BoA and the dance talents of everyone else.
Original Sinister director Scott Derrickson announces that he will only produce the sequel to his 2012 horror hit, and names his new successor.
Sony is banking on Amazing Spider-Man 2 to join the illustrious $1 Billion Club, of which only 18 films are members. But can they do it?
First-time director Ryan Gosling will also be attending the event.
Director Greg Mclean says the soundtrack for Wolf Creek 2 was chosen by the villain himself and describes the true crimes that inspired all the horror.
Tommy Lee Jones, David Cronenberg, Jean-Luc Godard, Bennett Miller and Mike Leigh will all compete for the Palme d’Or at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.
The director, writer and star of the giant monster thriller Poseidon Rex all join Bibbs and Witney for a special bonus episode of The B-Movies Podcast.
A scene promoting a 20th Century Fox film at the end of a Sony picture — just how in the hell did that happen? We tell you…
Eli Roth’s first film in seven years finds the torture porn poster-boy back in some familiar territory.
Over 20 years later, Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus are preparing a follow-up to their cross-dressing family comedy classic. For some reason.
Expendables 3 director Patrick Hughes explains how the American version of the international action sensation will differ from the original.
What happens when the statute of limitations runs out on a serial killer’s crimes? An amazing car chase, courtesy of Confession of Murder.
CraveOnline’s Fred Topel will host a special Screamfest screening of Bride of Chucky on April 24 with guests Don Mancini, Jennifer Tilly & Alexis Arquette.
Caity Lotz describes the details of playing an android in the sci-fi thriller The Machine and the stunts and fight training on the TV series ‘Arrow.’
Greg Mclean’s sequel to the modern horror classic Wolf Creek is even more relentless and fun than the original.
More mutant mayhem as we get our final advance glance at the upcoming X-Men big-screen adventure.