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“The Finest Hours” offers up an early year theatrical surprise

As I’ve mentioned more than once here, January is not known for being an especially strong month for movies. At the same time, recent years have offered up a few more intriguing things than usual, with this weekend being just the latest example with Disney’s release of The Finest Hours.[...]

“American Sniper”: Bradley Cooper and Clint Eastwood enter the Oscar race

Yesterday it was announced that Clint Eastwood will have a second 2014 release hoping to sway Academy voters, and this one is a far more appealing fit for Oscar. It’s his adaptation of American Sniper, which Bradley Cooper stars in and has championed to the big screen. Cooper in fact[...]

Good Films you missed – 13 Assassins, The Skin I Live In, Tree of Life, Warrior

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com:This is the third of several year-end wrap essays detailing the year in film. This time, it’s about highlighting the good or great films that slipped under the radar somehow. Some got rave reviews and wide releases but stiffed at the box office while some never[...]

“Red State” by Kevin Smith: Review

HollywoodNews.com: There is something almost heartbreaking about seeing a popular filmmaker finally getting the chance to make his or her passion project, only to watch said film turn out to be an utter wreck and completely irrelevant both to cinema and to the subject matter that it pertains to discuss.[...]

Kevin Smith’s “Red State” gets a disturbing teaser trailer

By Sean O’Connell Hollywoodnews.com: Kevin Smith has been teasing his latest picture, “Red State,” for some time now on his own network of Web sites and social media outlets. Now, we’re getting our first look at the film … and it looks like NOTHING Smith has done prior. That’s good, though.[...]

Hollywood Movie Roundup: Freddy Gets Fingered

BY KEVIN CRUST As we head head into the final weekend of spring before movie summer kicks into high gear, it might be a good time to catch up with some of the releases that will soon be evicted from theaters by “Iron Man 2” and the tentpoles that follow. This[...]

Wondercon ’10: ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ cast discusses reviving Freddy Krueger

BY TODD GILCHRIST Although the back of each talent name placard reminded them that many of the people in Wondercon’s audiences were under 18, that didn’t stop the storied San Francisco comic book and pop culture convention from booking some decidedly more mature participants. Specifically, on Saturday afternoon the cast and[...]