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Biutiful: January 28 (limited engagement)

Biutiful: January 28 (limited engagement)

Liddle Entertainment and Roadside Attractions team up to provide a limited  theatrical run to this Spanish production, starring Javier Bardem as Uxbal, a “dour man but a devoted husband and father who, thanks to his ability to read the minds of the recently deceased, ekes out a living in Barcelona.” Reaction at festival screenings [...]

The Rite: January 28

The Rite: January 28

Warner Brothers (the studio behind THE EXORCIST) releases this supernatural thriller through its New Line subsidiary. Allegedly inspired by true events, the plot follows skeptical seminary student Michael Kovak (Colin O’Donoghue), who reluctantly attends exorcism school at the Vatican. While in Rome, he meets an unorthodox priest, Father Lucas (Anthony Hopkins), who introduces him to [...]

The Green Hornet: January 14

The Green Hornet: January 14

Columbia Pictures releases this big-screen adaptation of the old radio character, previously seen in a short-lived television series around the same time as BATMAN. Seth Rogen plays millionaire playboy Britt Reid, who rouses himself from his drunken torpor after the mysterious death of his father, turning himself into the mysterious crime fighter posing as a [...]

Season of the Witch: January 7

Season of the Witch: January 7

Relativity Media releases this supernatural action-adventure, in which Nicolas Cage stars as a knight transporting an alleged witch to a monastery, whose monks believe the woman is the cause of the black plauge. Ron Perlman, Stephen Campbell Moore, Stephen Graham, Ulrich Thomsen, and Claire Foy co-star. Christopher Lee shows up to play Cardinal D’Ambroise (and [...]

New Years Greetings

New Years Greetings

2010 Ends — 2011 Beckons

'Tron Legacy' Passes $100 Million Mark

‘Tron Legacy’ Passes $100 Million Mark

TRON sequel does amazingly well in IMAX — but does it have legs?

'Green Lantern's' Tomar-Re

‘Green Lantern’s’ Tomar-Re

Avian Alien looks pretty decent, thanks to modern FX.

Genre Films Make Film Preservation List

Genre Films Make Film Preservation List

Two SF films by George Lucas, and a Horror sensation make the cut.

Geoff Johns On 'Smallville', DC Animated

Geoff Johns On ‘Smallville’, DC Animated

Booster Gold and the Blue Beetle visit Metropolis.

'Falling Skies' — Trailer

‘Falling Skies’ — Trailer

Here’s the first trailer for Steven Spielberg’s Alien Invasion TV project for TNT