Michelle Trachtenberg makes a violent entrance in this exclusive clip from the new horror movie ‘The Scribbler.’
Liam Neeson stars in a private detective thriller that’s almost disturbing enough to be interesting.
CraveOnline’s critics sift through the ‘Cop Outs’ and ‘Mallratses’ to pick the best movie Kevin Smith has ever made. Did they get it right? Cast your vote!
You may be too young to care about the recent crop of disappointing movie remakes. But you will care when it happens to the movies you love.
Sir Patrick Stewart couldn’t let this opportunity pass him by.
Punk rock porno princess Joanna Angel tells all about tattoos, vampire porn and her new Fleshlight.
Loki will team up with the director of ‘Kings of Summer’ to bring the ‘King Kong’ spin-off to life.
Katie Cassidy talks about playing a woman with Dissociative Personality Disorder and the trouble with lip piercings.
Gareth Edwards’ distinctive vision of ‘Godzilla’ comes home on a beautiful Blu-ray with adequate special features.
John Cusack kidnaps Thomas Jane and forces him to be a getaway driver in Brian Trenchard-Smith’s new action-comedy ‘Drive Hard.’
Who knew one of the scariest horror movies could be so funny?
Jeremy Renner will give up his July 16, 2016 release date to star and director of ‘The Bourne Supremacy’ and ‘The Bourne Ultimatum.’
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“What were you waiting for…?!”
Jennifer Lawrence upgrades to explosive arrows in the new full-length trailer for ‘Mockingjay.’
Ghostbusters 2 finally comes to Blu-ray in a two-disc Blu-ray set with impressive transfers and some – but not enough – great special features.
Martial arts superstar Donnie Yen describes how he’s adapting his fight choreography to fit CGI backgrounds and the changing landscape of action cinema.
CraveOnline met with Simon Pegg and Rosamund Pike in Toronto to talk about ‘Hector and the Search for Happiness’. We pitched them an ‘Altered States’ remake.
The Alan Turing biopic starring Benedict Cumberbatch leads this year’s TIFF winners, along with the vampire comedy ‘What We Do in the Shadows.’
Director Gareth Edwards takes you behind the scenes of the hellish skydive.