Comedian Clark Duke talks about ‘Hot Tub Time Machine 2,’ meeting Burt Reynolds, giving autographs and what he’d like for lunch.
These World War II movies don’t get nearly as much attention as ‘Saving Private Ryan,’ but they should.
A new parody trailer turns ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ into a desert level from ‘Mario Kart,’ and it kicks all kinds of ass.
Bibbs and Witney argue over ‘Tomorrowland,’ spew bile over ‘The Human Centipede III,’ and also review ‘Poltergeist’ and ‘When Marnie Was There.’
The writer of ‘Tomorrowland’ wants audiences to eat their broccoli, be inspired, and maybe even be a little ashamed.
Gil Kenan’s remake follows the original blueprint too closely. Same as it ever was.
Tom Six adds humor to his perverse franchise, but there’s nothing funny about this crass and violent misfire.
‘Daredevil’ executive producer Steven DeKnight stops by to help talk about the future of ‘The Flash’ and the upcoming ‘Warcraft’ movie.
That awfully disgusting sound coming outta that can could live on through film forever.
“I’m not a girl trying to be a star. I’m just a girl that sings.”
‘Daredevil’ executive producer Steven S. DeKnight does an hour-long interview about the show’s biggest moments and coolest action sequences.
Mystery and loneliness take center stage in a beautiful supernatural drama from Studio Ghibli.
‘Poltergeist’ probably won’t be the best movie remake ever, so what is? CraveOnline’s critics present their controversial picks.
The film’s designers asked “What Would Apple Do?” when creating the Stormtroopers’ uniforms.
Adam Sandler and crew battle a real breach by digital entities.
If you’re not paying attention to the careers of these game changing filmmakers and producers, you’re missing out on the revolution.
Ed Zwick in talks to direct the sequel, which marks only the second time Cruise has stuck around for multiple films in a series.
The latest action epic from legendary ‘Once Upon a Time in China’ director Tsui Hark debuts on Blu-ray and Digital HD on June 2, 2015.
Without explicitly claiming feminist theory for herself or her work, Louise Bourgeois became a feminist heroine.