News by Raine Winters March 24, 2015
The popular novel is set to get the indie filmmaker treatment!
Column by Christopher Shultz
Disney's squeaky-clean blonde princess has some dark roots.
News by Raine Winters
A first edition copy of 'The Iliad' isn’t real, people.
Column by Christopher Shultz February 20, 2015
The term "loose adaption" can make bookish people cringe. But there are plenty of amazing films that don't religiously stick to the source material. Here are ten.
News by Peter Derk
Norman Mailer's genre-bending 'The Armies Of The Night' is slated for film adaptation.
Column by Emily Rose Lathrop
Nine films you may or may not know are based off of Shakespeare plays.
Column by Rob Hart February 16, 2015
The third Hobbit movie pretty definitely proves: The new trend of splitting small books into multiple movies isn't doing the source material any favors. Will it end? (Probably not.)
Column by Karina Wilson February 13, 2015
The inevitable adaptation of the publishing phenomenon hits theatres this week. Is it bad, bad-good, or good-good? How many beverages do you need to neck before viewing? Mistress Karina finds out.
Column by Kelly Thompson February 6, 2015
All we hear about in February is love, love, love. Well I say BOO to that. Let's talk about the anti-love...let's talk about great nemesis pairings in media!
News by Joshua Chaplinsky December 19, 2014
The future of "Must Watch" TV.
Column by Christopher Shultz December 15, 2014
Ghosts, paranoid a-holes, junkies, jewel thiefs, killer Santas, and secret societies: these and more spell out Christmas for the weirdoes!
News by Peter Derk
Rumors are flying about an Aunt May feature film.
Review by Ed Sikov
A review of new fiction by Michael McGriff and J.M. Tyree
Column by Christopher Shultz October 31, 2014
One year later...IT RETURNS!!!!
News by Joshua Chaplinsky October 30, 2014
The official teaser trailer for 'Ex Machina', the directorial debut of Alex Garland, is now online.
Column by Max Booth III October 27, 2014
Shapeshift into a wolf, howl at the full moon, turn your local city into an all-night buffet. You are always hungry, always thirsty, eager to hump anything that moves.
News by Rob Hart October 23, 2014
Ultron! Hulkbuster armor! James Spader! So much destruction! Looks like the stakes are going up. Way up.
News by Christopher Shultz
The Moving Pictures arm of indie publishers Two Dollar Radio teases audiences with this upcoming release.
Column by Grady Hendrix September 22, 2014
Before the days of home video, there was the novelization.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky September 11, 2014
Cue the tears of joy/sorrow.
News by Joshua Chaplinsky September 4, 2014
His social media seems to say, "yes."
News by Joshua Chaplinsky August 28, 2014
The classic 1944 Noir is getting a facelift, courtesy of the Demon Dog.
Column by Rajan Khanna August 22, 2014
A look at time travel in both film and literature and why it makes for such great stories.
Column by Christopher Shultz August 22, 2014
There was a time when at best horror films were Acadamey Award darlings, at worst the subject of token nominations. But at least horror was present on Oscar night. Not so much anymore...
News by Joshua Chaplinsky August 8, 2014
And you thought the vampire craze was over...