So many comedies are leaving Netflix this August, from Finding Dory to Sausage Party to The 40-Year-Old Virgin... and a few dramas, too!
With Fear the Walking Dead on the bleak horizon, we’ve been thinking a lot about whether or not we'd really want to survive the apocalypse.
The apocalypse has taken center stage in films around the world. If it strikes us, here are the movie heroes we'd want at our side.
'The Road' examines a three-part history of murder and supernatural terror connected to one cursed stretch of road. Is the film a bold spin on a familiar story, or a forgettable B-movie? Read our review.
The 2010 Scream Awards nominations celebrate the more fan-friendly type of movies and TV shows than the Oscars and the Emmys.
There isn't a lot to look at in the Breakdown of DVD and Blu-ray releases this week, but what is coming is sure to appeal to a variety of fans.
The Road taps the power, beauty and horror of Cormac McCarthy's novel and gives us a movie that is both gorgeous and gut-wrenching.
Sure, Summer blockbuster movie season is over, but you might be surprised at the great films left to see this year.
What was added to the trailer for The Road to convince you to go see it, but misrepresents the film?