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By On 26 Dec, 2014 At 11:27 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

When might Daredevil show up on Netflix? Is Jena Malone talking about a potential role in Batman v Superman? Has Jared Leto revealed his Joker Suicide Squad haircut? Does Constantine want to cross over with Batman v Superman? How did Bryan Singer tease X-Men Apocalypse? Want to see a recap of Gotham so far? Are […]


By On 26 Dec, 2014 At 11:24 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

I really liked the horror film It Follows at Fantastic Fest. The movie is a John Carpenter-influenced vision of the lingering effects of sex and trauma (and of the shift from adolescence to adulthood that sex brings) that is powerfully cinematic, and built on an ever-intensifying sense of dread rather than jump scares. Now the […]


By On 26 Dec, 2014 At 11:22 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

Star Wars Bits is back with a vengeance. We’ve got The Force Awakens, we’ve got the spinoffs, we’ve got Clone Wars, comic books, art and so much more. Below, read about the following: New spin-off rumors suggest it’s about Han Solo, Aaron Paul is involved and filming starts after Spectre. Watch a sueded version of the […]


By On 26 Dec, 2014 At 11:19 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

So is Shazam part of the DC Movie Universe, or not? We originally thought it might be, but the film is from New Line rather than Warner Bros. proper, and comments from New Line head Toby Emmerich have suggested Shazam might be off on its own. But now a new post from DC has led […]


By On 26 Dec, 2014 At 11:17 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

The music of Richard Strauss and Stanley Kubrick‘s 2001: A Space Odyssey are all but inseparable at this point, as the fanfare from Strauss’ composition ‘Also sprach Zarathustra’ became the unforgettable sonic accompaniment to the opening of Kubrick’s film. But the movie was originally going to be scored by Alex North. In fact, North composed an […]


By On 25 Dec, 2014 At 11:16 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

This Christmas, the collective entity of /Film pooled their efforts together to present this gift. Earlier this week, I polled all our writers and editors for their top ten holiday films of all time. I then gave each film on each list a 1 to 10 ranking. 10 points for first place, 1 point for […]


By On 25 Dec, 2014 At 11:13 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

It’s been a strange story for The Interview so far, but the film is in theaters now thanks to a last-minute plan by Sony, spurred in part by the efforts of Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League and folks at the Art House Convergence. And whether or not you’re interested in seeing the film, there’s another […]


By On 25 Dec, 2014 At 11:11 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

The Thunderbirds TV series that captured imaginations in the ’60s is about to get a new revival. The 50th Anniversary of the original show will be celebrated in part with a new series from ITV called Thunderbirds Are Go!, with effects from WETA. A new Thunderbirds teaser is now available, and though it doesn’t show […]


By On 25 Dec, 2014 At 11:08 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

Whether you’re giving or receiving, there are few things better than a gift. It feels great to get one, it feels wonderful to give one, it’s just a nice thing. Gifts in movies are kind of the same. They represent a bond between characters that can be layered with meaning. The person getting the gift […]


By On 25 Dec, 2014 At 11:04 PM | Categorized As Movies | With No Comments

So we’ve looked at the best and worst movies of the year as rated by the largest sampling of moviegoers available publicly (IMDB). And as you know, the public opinion sometimes differs from that of professional film critics. As it should, film critics often see hundreds of new movies a year (a larger sampling of […]


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