Interview: 'Wolves' Actor Stephen McHattie On Work Past And Present

November 17th, 2014 12:10pm EST
Interview: 'Wolves' Actor Stephen McHattie On Work Past And Pres
You know the voice, you know his face, but the name Stephen McHattie might not register right away for the uninitiated. It should though – the talented character actor has been working in the business for well over three decades providing some of coolest, richest and most memorable roles to ever grace the silver screen. From his captivating performance in David Cronenberg’s "A History of Violence" to his tour-de-force turn in Bruce McDonald’s "Pontypool" and working with directors like Zack Snyder and Darren Aronofsky, McHattie has one impressive resume indeed. His latest outing a coming...

Comedy Sequel Topples Animated Film 'Big Hero 6'

November 17th, 2014 8:29am EST
'Dumb And Dumber To' Wins Weekend Box Office With $38 Million
Comedy "Dumb and Dumber To" dominated the weekend box office, taking home $38.1 million in ticket sales.

The film takes place 20 years after the last film. Harry (Jeff Daniels) finds out he needs a kidney and discovers he has a daughter. He enlists Lloyd's (Jim Carrey) help, who has been "comatose" since Mary's rejection, to find his long-lost offspring.

Animated film "Big Hero 6" fell to the number two slot during its second week of release, making $36 million. Rounding out the top three was space drama "Interstellar," starring Matthew McConaughey, which made $29.1 million.

"Beyond The ...

Top 10 Highly-Anticipated Celeb Biopics

November 16th, 2014 6:00pm EST
So far this year Hollywood has given us the James Brown, Britney Murphy and Cesar Chavez biopics. (Bet you’d never thought you’d see those three personas looped together, did ya?) Brace yourself, La La land’s conveyor belt of biography films on the big and small screen will move next to R&B princess Aaliyah (premiering on Lifetime this weekend) followed by Angela Bassett’s take on Whitney Houston. Considering this trend shows no signs of slowing down we've compiled a list of the top 10 Highly-Anticipated celeb biopics that need to be made, like, right now.

Frank Sinatra

The rumors of ...

Is This Alien Vs. Predator Themed House Over The Top

November 16th, 2014 10:41am EST
You Must See This Alien Vs. Predator Themed House Someone In Swe
Traveling across the interwebs this past week, we came across something (from reddit of course) that needs to be shared with our readers. Apparently, someone in Sweden is selling their house. On the outside it looks mostly ordinary but once inside things get kind of weird (but cool in a way).

As you scroll down the page, you’ll start to see an Alien Vs. Predator theme develop. We’re not sure how easy it will be for the owner to sell this house but we wish him the best of luck.

Fans Will Love (Or Hate) 'Dumb And Dumber To'

November 15th, 2014 4:30pm EST
Why Fans Will Love (Or Hate) 'Dumb And Dumber To'
"Dumb and Dumber To" is in theaters now. Right at this very moment. If you wanted to, you could stop reading this (please don't) and jet over to the local multiplex to see how Harry Dunne and Lloyd Christmas have aged in the last twenty years.

Yes, the world needs a "Dumb and Dumber" sequel about as much as it does another Ebola outbreak or Competitive Baby Tossing in the next Olympics. But then... it's Harry! And Lloyd! God, those guys are just so lovable. It's hard to say no.

Which is why we've gone ahead and said all the yeses and nos for you. Because there's good and bad in "Dumb and...

Johnny Depp Gives Incoherent Speech At Hollywood Film Awards

November 15th, 2014 8:54am EST
Was Johnny Depp Drunk At The Hollywood Film Awards?
Johnny Depp seemed a little off at the Hollywood Film Awards on Friday night. When the actor introduced documentary "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon" he appeared drunk.

The actor walked on stage and approached the two-headed microphone, exclaiming, "That's the weirdest microphone I ever saw in my life."

He attempted to adjust the microphone stand, scratched his head and looked at his feet. "I'm not very good at this type of thing," he confessed.

Looking at the teleprompter, he said, "Watch, I'm going to read this thing."

Many wondered if the actor had a little too much to drink b...

Check Out 'Into The Storm,' On DVD & Blu-ray Nov. 18

November 15th, 2014 6:24am EST
Check Out Disaster Movie 'Into The Storm,' On DVD & Blu-ray Nov.
Steven Quale's "Into The Storm" takes place in the span of one day in which the town of Silverton is destroyed by an unprecedented number of tornadoes.

The story focuses on Gary (Richard Armitage) and his teenage sons Donnie and Trey (Max Deacon and Nathan Kress); a team of storm chasers named Pete and Allison (Matt Walsh and Sarah Wayne Callies); and rednecks Donk and Reevis (Kyle Davis and Jon Reep).

These erratic and deadly cyclones put lives at risk as storm trackers predict the worst is yet to come. Most citizens seek shelter, but others run towards the action, testing how far a stor...

‘Foxcatcher’ With Channing Tatum And Steve Carell Is a Solid A

November 14th, 2014 9:10pm EST
Honestly, I had no desire to see this film. I'm not a big wrestling fan. Steve Carell, even though I think he’s talented, doesn't really get me into the theatre. Plus, I'm not a Magic Mike fan, so Channing Tatum doesn't do it for me, but all of my critic friends have been saying it is a movie not to be missed. So, I've check it out.

The film comes from director Bennett Miller, who is loved by critics. He did Brad Pitt's Moneyball and Capote, both heavily adored by the Academy, so it is no surprise that Foxcatcher will probably do very well this awards season. Bennett also re-te...

Forgotten Friday Flick - 'Boyz N The Hood'

November 14th, 2014 1:30pm EST
Forgotten Friday Flick - 'Boyz N The Hood'
The season of high caliber dramas and various Oscar contenders is vastly approaching, so we’re gonna focus for the next little while on stunning work from the past that warrants gold statue praise – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick! Today’s thoughtful and moving drama is a tale of life’s struggles from the personal experience of its first time filmmaker. It goes beyond the stereotypes and misconceptions to show what life is like for folks living in South Central Los Angeles. Bold, brash and brave as hell, we salute the 1991 John Singleton debut outing…"Boyz n the Hood."

Tre Sty...

Reviews: 'Starry Eyes' / 'The Babadook'

November 14th, 2014 11:15am EST
Movie Reviews: 'Starry Eyes' / 'The Babadook'
Halloween has passed but the horror hits just keep on coming so we’re checking out two frightful flicks coming to a cinema near you. One shows the price to be paid for fame and fortune while the other is an emotional tale of the boogeyman – reviews for "Starry Eyes" and "The Babadook" are below!

Title: "Starry Eyes"

Stars: 3

Genre: Horror

Cast: Alexandra Essoe, Noah Segan, Pat Healy

Director: Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer

Running Time: 98 Minutes

Release Company: MPI Media Group


"Starry Eyes" is a film with a great premise and a fantas...