"Movies" Blogs & Blog Posts

I Saw Elvis In The WoodsI Saw Elvis In The Woods

A rough guide to spooky goings on, things that go bump in the night, weird ...

 
La Vie de RoseLa Vie de Rose

The non-adventures of an East Coast girl in the American South

 
Insanity Now Has A WebsiteInsanity Now Has A Website

You know how sometimes you have a moment, and you kind of wish someone was ...

 
Beelzebubs BrokerBeelzebubs Broker

The various writings of Jamie Clubb. Includes a variety of essays, articles...

 
Pond PerspectivePond Perspective

Follow the ponderings, triumphs and foibles of a single woman in Manila. A ...

 
Bigger Picture ResearchBigger Picture Research

A no-nonsense look at film business research from around the world

 
ASIFA-Hollywood Animation ArchiveASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive

Building a museum, library and digital archive for the benefit of animation...

 


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The cast of "Ready Player One" explains how many references to Steven Spielberg's movies made it into the pop culture classic.

To call Ross Lynch's performance as serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer 'intense' would be a gross understatement, if the 'My Friend Dahmer' trailer is any indication.

Turns out, Captain America can rock one hell of a beard. And you don't have to just take our word for it anymore. While Marvel Studios has yet to release any Avengers: Infinity War footage online, they have been giving out concept art posters at Comi...

“Dunkirk,” a World War II movie directed by Christopher Nolan, found an audience despite being considered a more serious film than usual summer fare.

Now here's something you probably didn't see coming. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has revealed that he's starring in a Siri-themed movie (The Rock x Siri) that launches July 24th on Apple's YouTube channel. He's shy abou...

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige reveals why he chose to set "Captain Marvel" in the totally sweet '90s.

If you've seen Dunkirk, it is quite simply not quite like any war movie you've seen before. The film made a big impact on 97-year-old veteran Ken Sturdy, who watched the film in Calgary and is one of the few people in the world who is still alive and...