In a summer overstuffed with superhero films, it’s totally acceptable if you happened to skip over one of the best one of the year. With
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What better time than in the thick of holiday season for the gang to cut down their seven week hiatus and get together once again.
If a filmmaker – or in this case, filmmakers – can be underrated and overlooked despite winning multiple Academy Awards and producing fifteen, mostly critically
Jessie McCormack's EXPECTING is a hard-hitting (and often LOL-funny) reflection on friendships, relationships, and hardships
The 411 on 4 chick flicks hitting theaters and VOD/digital rental December 6-
Adapted from Françoise Dorner’s novel La Douceur Assassine, Last Love begins with the perturbed, mournful cries of retired philosophy professor Matthew Morgan (Michael Caine) after
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In celebration of the holidays, we’ve got an amazing prize pack for one lucky Invader! Not only will it include an All is Bright signed poster from
The year’s most action packed blockbuster comes home as The Wolverine debuts on home video this week! To celebrate its release, we’re giving away 2
OUT OF THE FURNACE benefits from an all-star cast and a bleak blue-collar atmosphere, but remains a fairly predictable melodrama
It’s official, Gal Gadot of the Fast and the Furious fame will be Wonder Woman in the upcoming and much anticipated Batman Vs. Superman movie.
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Greek hero Hercules has an illustrious cinematic history. From the 1958 Pietro Francisci-directed classic to Disney’s animated 1997 hit, Hercules has been portrayed in a
Let’s be quite, quite honest. Paranormal Activity’s long outstayed it’s welcome. The first film, released in 2007, was a refreshing, if not familiar take on