Joan Collins Nearly Starred in This Movie About a Killer Pike

In 1982, Cliff Twemlow, a former nightclub bouncer turned library music composer for De Wolfe Music, sought to adapt his novel, The Pike, into a feature film starring Joan Collins. “The freshwater equivalent of Jaws”, The Pike told the story of a twelve-foot killer pike mutilating the locals of Lake Windermere, and… »Yesterday 5:00pm11/24/15 5:00pm

Why The Hunger Games Books Will Always Be Better Than the Movies

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 arrived this past weekend, and now it’s official: This outstanding series of dystopian young-adult novels have gotten an equally outstanding movie series. These films aren’t just financial successes like the Twilight series; they’re genuinely good, exciting and emotionally thrilling… »Yesterday 2:50pm11/24/15 2:50pm

10 movies that used the same exact set as other movies

Hollywood recycles plots and story lines all the time. The same actors and actresses and directors are put in movies over and over. And the same sets are used to film completely different movies. It’s an incestuous industry. Sometimes when you’re watching a movie and you can’t quite put your finger down on why a scene… »Yesterday 1:55pm11/24/15 1:55pm

Peter Sellers Is the March Hare In The Most Demented Alice in Wonderland of All

There have been a lot of adaptations of Alice in Wonderland over the years, including a Disney animated version, an X-rated musical, and Tim Burton’s lavish CG fantasia (which is getting a sequel!). But the strangest, and maybe best, is the 1972 version...featuring Peter Sellers as the March Hare and Dudley Moore as… »Monday 9:00pm11/23/15 9:00pm

This Perfect Snowpiercer Poster Takes You All The Way To The Front of the Train

Snowpiercer, the action-packed 2014 dystopian drama, is jam-packed with evocative imagery. The train against the snowy countryside, the radically different cars on the train, as well as the battles that happen on it. Choosing a single moment for a poster is tough. Which is why artist JC Richard didn’t choose just one. »Monday 2:40pm11/23/15 2:40pm

Rey and Finn Go on the Run in the First Clip From Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Sure, if you’ve been following along with all the trailers and TV spots, you’ve probably seen a good 5-to-10 minutes or so of The Force Awakens already. You’re about to see another 15 seconds on top of that, though, with the first official clip from the movie making its way to the web late last night! »Monday 10:30am11/23/15 10:30am