Bibbs and Witney apologize for Gargoyles and review Guardians of the Galaxy, Get On Up, Calvary, Lucy and Magic in the Moonlight on The B-Movies Podcast.
Rocket Raccoon is the latest movie raccoon in a long and pround tradition of movie raccoons.
Marvel Studios’ president Kevin Feige talks alien races, The Collector’s collection and the big question asked at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy.
VIDEO: Briana Evigan, Ryan Guzman, Alyson Stoner and Adam G. Sevani tell William Bibbiani the right way to say ‘Step Up 2 The Streets.’
I had dinner with Jon Voight during the Television Critics Association press tour and talked about Ray Donovan and his legendary movie career.
CraveOnline presents its monthly Blu-ray awards to The Raid 2, Sabotage, Twin Peaks and more.
Michael Rooker explains what happened to Yondu’s trademark headpiece and the right way to bob for apples.
Exclusive stills from the new spy thriller starring former James Bond Pierce Brosnan and former ‘James Bond Girl’ Olga Kurylenko.
Dave Bautista reveals how hard he had to work to get cast as Drax the Destroyer, his favorite song for his first love, and considers a Drax workout video.
Everyone’s got some, but Marvel’s probably got more.
CraveOnline takes you onto the convention floor with exclusive footage of all the best cosplay and exclusive interviews with the cosplayers.
They dressed up nice, so let’s look twice.
The Guardians of the Galaxy sure are a ragtag bunch of misfits. But what’s the best ragtag bunch of misfits movie ever? Our critics present their picks and let you vote!
The classic football flicks that made our all-time list.
Our picks for the stories that may have slipped under the radar at Comic-Con!
Chadwick Boseman please, please, pleases in a groovy new James Brown biopic, told out of order.
Scott Adkins describes how he rehabilitated his knee on the set of Legendary and why comic book movies are making life hard for old school action stars.
James Gunn also talks mix tapes, test screenings and how Yondu saved the Guardians of the Galaxy screenplay.
What makes Telluride such a special film festival? And how can you get in without a ticket?