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Text Size The story of teenagers who gain super powers could be the sleeper hit of 2012 2012 looks set to be another year dominated by huge big-budget blockbuster films such as The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers. However, every year brings a
Posted by dp1974 on January 21, 2012 Footage recording bizarre mystery sounds of seemingly immense proportions emanating from the heavens (like the ones above) are being posted from multiple points of the globe but mainly in the Northern Hemisphere:
Chronicle Feels Like An American Akira Are you curious about the down-to-Earth "found footage" movie about a trio of teens who get superpowers? We caught a sneak peek at some Chronicle footage, hosted by the director, and we liked what we saw...
Anyway, it's a film about three college/university students who acquire superpowers and then use them as people actually would, rather than how most comics paint them as doing (i.e. fun, selfish ways rather than save-the-universe). Basically it looks
If new films are to be released at all at that time, they should be cheapos usually no-risk horror flicks. The common wisdom is that people just don't go to the movies during then. So it was not surprising when the only film that was released this
January 7, 2012 Seeing a movie in January used to be a dangerous gamble. You would step into the warm confines of the cineplex only to be assaulted with radioactive studio runoff like Kangaroo Jack or Spice World.
Using the style of filmmaking that "Blair Witch" popularized and has been used in recent films like "Cloverfield" and "Paranormal Activity," this film is based on the idea that the astronauts that landed on the moon in 1974 encountered some kind of
It's always great to see genre titles make it to the awards shows, which is why we're excited that Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's "American Horror Story" has been nominated for a Golden Globe in the Drama Series category. The Harmon family and their
His widely expansive imagination is responsible for shows like Alias , Fringe , and Lost (R.I.P.), while Mission: Impossible III , and this summer's Super 8 , are just two of the hugely successful films he both wrote and directed. Cloverfield , which
Finally, a Superhero Movie to Be Excited About Here's the trailer for Chronicle , a new superhero movie from son-of-John Max Landis and Big Fan writer Josh Trank. It's Cloverfield meets Spider-Man , starring Wallace from The Wire !...I did! (Sorry if