"Film" Blogs & Blog Posts

Box Office Spy - Reports, Movie News, & AnalysisBox Office Spy - Reports, Movie News, & Analysis

BoxOfficeSpy provides insightful box office reports, movie news, film indus...

 
KIPWORLDKIPWORLD

Kip Jones' musings and reports on Performative Social Science, or the ...

 
battleroyalewithcheesebattleroyalewithcheese

a blog about films and that...

 
Stephen Newton's diary of sortsStephen Newton's diary of sorts

Stuff I've seen, stuff I've heard and stuff I've read/

 
The Richard Flint Photography BlogThe Richard Flint Photography Blog

A blog by a pro photographer that contains a mixture of photography news, f...

 
Light FactoryLight Factory

Video Documentation from Tim Brunsden

 
News Hour, with Jerry CaesarNews Hour, with Jerry Caesar

A news-based blog focusing on film reviews and awards ceremonies, spoof sto...

 


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Before MTV's teen horror drama Scream bid farewell to its first season the show paid tribute to legendary director Wes Craven, whose movie inspired the series Craven, 76, died this week after a battle with brain cancer. See also: 5 essential Wes Crav...

LONDON — He's long been thought an ideal candidate for the role of James Bond, but Idris Elbas is apparently "too street" for the part. That's the verdict from Anthony Horowitz, the author of the latest book in the Bond series, Trigger Mortis.

Yes, he has a name: Nicholas Hoult. But how many of us learned about him via the persistent stream of Jennifer Lawrence media coverage? In any case, Gothamist reports that Hoult has been cast as Catcher in the Rye author J.D. Salinger in the upcoming...

LOS ANGELES — Wes Craven, the modern horror master whose Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream franchises — plus dozens of cult classics like The Hills Have Eyes — re-energized the genre in the 1980s and '90s, has died, according to mu...

As previously reported, horror legend Wes Craven died on Sunday at the age of 76 Following the news of his death, Craven's peers, including some of horror's elite, like author Anne Rice and James Wan (director of Saw), took to Twitter to share their...

Apologies to John Keats for mangling the title of his poem on King Lear, but it seemed very appropriate. This blog has always covered an eclectic mix of subjects to say the least, breaking basic rules of blogging (know your niche, focus, give R...

If you're a fan of the Fast & Furious movies, you might enjoy this Waze promotion that's scheduled to hit your mobile device this week.