There's a lot that goes into promoting a film and getting an audience excited for an upcoming release, but when it comes down to it, it's all about the trailer. The trailer sets the tone of the film, gives us a peek at the action and the stars, teases the story and leaves us desperate for more
If you tried to describe the violent holiday classic ‘Home Alone’ to someone who had never seen it, they might wonder why it’s considered a “must watch” at Christmas time. Watching the precocious, sadistic Kevin McAllister (played by Macaulay Culkin) find new and unique ways to commit assault and battery against two hapless burglars doesn’t sound like something that would teach an impressionable child about why the holidays are important.
While there were certainly some eye-rollers (looking at you, 'The Purge' and 'Lords of Salem'), there were plenty of fantastic horror movies that scared us, thrilled us, and made us totally uncomfortable. From the major releases to lesser-known indies, we're counting down the best horror movies of 2013. Read on to see if your favorite made the cut!
It's that time of year again. The time that film critics dread all year round. The time to declare the Best Movies of 2013.
This is not a list of the best movies of 2013. This is simply a list of the best posters. Some represent their movie perfectly. Some actually sell a better, more different movie. But out of the hundreds of one-sheets released this year, these are the 10 that we love the most.
For the first time in years, there was no real star among the cast. But, despite all that, 'SNL' proved resilient and continued to deliver some truly hilarious sketches. We took a look back at the past year to find the absolute 10 best 'SNL' skits of 2013
Every year there are dozens of other films that you haven't heard of that are just as great -- films that fly under the radar because they didn't have the kind of studio money for distribution that someone like Martin Scorsese has.