The Town, Social Network, Hereafter Still Box Office Strong
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The Town, Social Network, Hereafter Still Box Office Strong

Hereafter increased its theater count over the weekend and that drove it to the fifth…

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Photorealistic Tintin details revealed
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Photorealistic Tintin details revealed

Empire has been gradually teasing a dozen close-up details of Steven Spielberg’s and Peter Jackson’s…

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Director George Hickenlooper Found Dead at 47
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Director George Hickenlooper Found Dead at 47

A shocking bit of news today. Director George Hickenlooper, whose Casino Jack starring Kevin Spacey…

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Special Halloween Version of the Moviegasm Podcast
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Special Halloween Version of the Moviegasm Podcast

We decided to stop talking about films that haven’t opened and talk instead about the…

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13 Scariest Horror Soundtracks
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13 Scariest Horror Soundtracks

The mid-’70’s through the mid-’80’s saw scores for horror films reach a pinnacle of brilliantly…

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EW: 127 Hours, the “delirium of enlightenment”
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EW: 127 Hours, the “delirium of enlightenment”

Of 127 Hours, Entertainment Weekly’s Owen Gleiberman says, “the darker it gets, the more enthralling…

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BFCA Scores: Made in Dagenham, Love & Other Drugs
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BFCA Scores: Made in Dagenham, Love & Other Drugs

Once again, I’m breaking down by¬†category¬†the Broadcast Film Critics scores. Last year’s cutoff for Best…

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Martin Scorsese’s Top Eleven Horror Films of All Time
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Martin Scorsese’s Top Eleven Horror Films of All Time

Rabbit Hole Belongs to Kidman
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Rabbit Hole Belongs to Kidman

ICS’ Erik Anderson reviews Rabbit Hole: Eckhart does very good work, running the gamut¬†from subtle…

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Todd McCarthy on the Year’s Best Films, Social Network and Carlos
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Todd McCarthy on the Year’s Best Films, Social Network and Carlos

Todd McCarthy has delved into two of what he considers the year’s best films. He…

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