As the title might suggest, 'Disaster Wars: Earthquake vs. Tsunami' is very, very stupid.
'Morgue' is a horror movie. A bad one. The film basically relies entirely on horror movie stingers to suggest that something scary is happening on screen.
Beyond its poor plotting, awful direction, and abysmal acting, 'The Ouija Experiment' goes on to abandon the aesthetics completely and break whatever sliver of realism it actually had.
'Last Summer' is easily one of the best Asian horror films in a while. It resists the recycling of elements and delivers a solid scary tale with plenty of panache.
Starring Tuesday Vargas, 'Ang Turkey Man ay Pabo Rin' is a cross-cultural comedy about a Filipino American couple who celebrates life with karaoke music, superstitious in-laws, immigration laws, unexpected pregnancies, brown-outs, Thanksgiving turkey, with some love on the side.
McKellen is back on the big screen as Gandalf the Grey, one of the most powerful Wizards in all Middle-earth, in Peter Jackson's rip-roaring adventure “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.”
The merriest of characters in “Rio” reunite in Rio 2, where they now head to the Amazon from the vibrant city of Rio De Janeiro. Check out this latest poster from 20th Century Fox.
Touchstone Pictures' upcoming blockbuster “Lone Survivor” has been lauded by critics as a profoundly moving and “deeply intense” tribute to America's Navy SEALs – but getting the film off the ground was no easy feat.
'Afternoon Delight' ends on a sour note, but the rest of the film is worth considering. It builds up a weirdly refreshing honesty, meticulously constructing this picture of modern-day dissatisfaction in a world that people might aspire to.
'The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug' continues to deliver plenty of joy. Its visuals are constantly jaw dropping, and some of its sequences are incredibly ingenious.
Juno Temple, 2013’s winner of the BAFTA Rising Star Award, the only award to be voted for by the public - Temple has established herself as one of the most versatile and talented young actresses in the past years.
The lead characters of Warner Bros.' original, 3D adventure comedy “The LEGO Movie” get solo posters of their own which have just been launched online.
Like all Hobbits, Bilbo Baggins is fond of his comfortable existence; all he needs to be happy is a full pantry and a good book.
A natural talent with an engaging presence and undeniable energy, Kathryn Hahn has finally come to mainstream attention through a variety of supporting roles in recent past.
Recognizing his rich contribution to the film industry, Ben Stiller was recently (Dec.4) honored in the heart of Hollywood where he placed his hands and footprints in cement for posterity at the world famous TCL Chinese Theater located at the intersection of Hollywood and Highland.