The 2013 year of TV greatness may be at an end, but with so many exciting premieres to come in 2014, we can’t wait for the next round to begin anew. From ‘The Walking Dead’ returning to Ron Moore’s latest Syfy original, we take a look into the future at the most exciting TV prospects to premiere and return in early 2014! That’s right, this is just the beginning of what the next year holds in store! Did your favorites make the grade?
2013 is so very close to done. Just a few more minutes in the oven, but keep the fork ready.
Do we, the obsessed movie watchers of the ScreenCrush community, take a break? Heck no! January brings the Sundance Film Festival and then we dive right back into a big year of with some really big movies
It's that time of the year: time for top 10 lists, time to start gearing up for awards season, and picking the contenders and ensuring we shout their names in all caps from behind our laptops, and a time for critics to champion our favorite movies and performances -- which is why I think it's time to take a look back at my favorite female-centric (and gender politic-centric) films and female performances of 2013.
Since Christmas is a holiday that's meant to be celebrated at home with your family, there's only one way to entertain everyone: alcohol! Then, after that runs out, Netflix! After all, there's nothing quite like sitting together with the people that human law has forced you to love, enjoying a movie together
While it would’ve been more fun to go into this film completely unspoiled, you’ll be happy to know that the sequel has managed to keep a few things under the radar. Plus, the cameos that have leaked are still hysterical.
Some of the Santas on this list are scary because their writers and directors intended them to be. Others are scary for entirely unintentional reasons. But they all deserve other. After all, these are the 10 scariest Santas in movie history.
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!