The late Paul Walker gave one last interview to CraveOnline about the new film Hours, and why he always hated being a teen heart throb.
Win eight classic Blu-rays from 20th Century Home Entertainment, picked by the fans!
Kaya Scodelario describes trying not to get distracted by Alfred Molina’s talent in The Truth About Emanuel, and the American version of her series Skins.
Could it be? Could it be that the universally adored and lauded Lord of the Rings movies aren’t good? Could it be that they suck? Trolling confronts you.
Fred Topel says one amazing action sequence isn’t enough to save The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
“Even though he airballs the finale… Peter Jackson does bring the old magic back.”
Most Craved: But does Harrison Ford approve?
Most Craved: It’s like the 80s all over!
Most Craved: The Rock takes on The Avengers. We approve.
The Aussie thriller Swerve is “an inoffensive and middle-of-the-road scrap of ’90s-flavored scuzz cinema.”
Bibbs and Witney say goodbye to Paul Walker and review Inside Llewyn Davis, Out of the Furnace and the Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer.
Jared Leto explains the legal troubles between Thirty Seconds to Mars and EMI, as depicted in the new documentary, Artifact.
A new Terminator TV series is planned that will potentially tie into the upcoming Terminator film reboot.
At the end of the Hammer Dracula series, Dracula somehow ends up in China, commanding an army of kung-fu vampire mummies.
Fred Topel pits the summer’s two big family movie sequels against each other in a fight to the “meh.”
The scariest children’s book series of all time – OF ALL TIME – is being adapted by the writers of Saw IV-VII.
The X-Men will finally fight their second-greatest nemesis – we assume – in the follow-up to X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Loads of Green Goblin, Electro and Rhino rampaging through the new trailer for Spidey’s “greatest battle.”
Most Craved: And the airbrushing-abs industry gets another boost.
Most Craved: Okay, put your Mars Bars away now.