Drugs can play a key role in any film. They can add stake, bond characters together, or be used for comedic effect. According to Wikipedia, there are 707 American movies that feature drugs. Let’s take a look at twelve memorable films that have a drug-induced road trip. 1. Fear
Paul Osborne is back at it again. You may remember him from the dark thriller Favor which was one of my favorite movies of the year. He’s known for creating masterpieces on an extremely small budget and he’s about to do it again with his next movie, Cruel Hearts. Cruel
Sex is what obviously drives the narrative of Fifty Shades of Grey; however, deeply woven within this fiery passion is a love story.
It was a show that began on March 24, 2005, which certainly mimicked those of the great sitcom titans we’ve all come to know and love. Clearly, the writer, Greg Daniels took much of his premise for the inception of The Office from the ‘Seinfeld school of shows about nothing’.
Fans of Ewan McGregor will probably be pleasantly surprised to see him play the bad guy, Brendan Lynch, in the new film SON OF A GUN.
If you want to win the lottery, you have to make the money to buy a ticket. This mantra, repeated over and over again, is the motivation for Lou Bloom as he tries to make a career as a crime journalist in Los Angeles. Starring Academy Award-nominated Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene
Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass star in THE ONE I LOVE, a romantic comedy with a twist that no one knows about.
When everything in your life is falling apart, you have to try new things to get back on track. In the upcoming movie Wild, a woman makes the decision to hike 1,000 miles after facing too much devastation at once.
Guillermo del Toro & Carlton Cuse Talk About THE STRAIN, Upending Sad Vampires, And How Your Tweets Can Shape The Show
We spoke with director Guillermo del Toro and writer Carlton Cuse about THE STRAIN. Here are a few of the highlights.
Dracula Untold, directed by Gary Shore, states, “Every Bloodline Has a Beginning” Find out the origin of this infamous character.
Paul Osborne’s FAVOR comes out on DVD July 8 and is a thriller you don’t want to miss. Would you bury a body for a friend?
If I Stay seems to be a compelling coming of age story. The trailer for the film, based on the popular YA novel of the same name, is here.