19 Oct

Morgan Spurlock Directed an Hour-Long ‘Simpsons’ Mockumentary in Honor of ‘Homer at the Bat’

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The Golden Age of the The Simpsons may be long gone, but far be it from the long-running Fox animated series to remind us of the glory days. The latest reminder comes in the form of a mockumentary directed from Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock in honor of one of The Simpsons greats: “Home at the Bat.” Believe […]

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19 Oct

Is ‘Hocus Pocus’ Still the Greatest Halloween Movie of All Time When You’re an Adult?

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(Welcome to Nostalgia Bomb, a series where we take a look back on beloved childhood favorites and discern whether or not they’re actually any good. In this edition: Kenny Ortega’s beloved-by-a-generation Hocus Pocus.) Hocus Pocus has existed since the dawn of time…or at least that is how I feel. I was only two years old when it […]

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19 Oct

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Planet is Coming to Disney’s ‘Star Tours’ Ride

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When the Disneyland and Walt Disney World versions of Star Tours were refurbished and transformed into Star Tours: The Adventures Continue in 2010, the classic motion simulator ride became one of the most re-rideable attractions in the world. Instead of the same journey every time, you embarked on a randomly generated trip, with the ride […]

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19 Oct

‘Venom’ Movie Rumors Suggest The Film May Adapt a Famous Comic Storyline

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On paper, a Venom movie that doesn’t feature Spider-Man and doesn’t have any oversight from the people at Marvel Studios seems like an awful idea, something brazenly devised by the folks at Sony to draft off the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But the excellent casting – which so far includes Tom Hardy, Riz Ahmed, Michelle Williams, Jenny Slate, […]

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19 Oct

‘Jim and Andy: The Great Beyond’ Trailer: Jim Carrey Looks Back at Playing Andy Kaufman

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While tales of Jared Leto going method regularly circulate the internet to the delight and rage of fans everywhere, there are instances where actors can go overboard. Jim Carrey‘s transformative performance as renowned comedian Andy Kaufman in Man on the Moon garnered him critical acclaim and a Golden Globe award, but the process through which he gave that […]

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19 Oct

/Answers: The Unapologetically Stupid Movies We Truly Love

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Every week in /Answers, we attempt to answer a new pop culture-related question. With Geostorm invading theaters this weekend (and not being screened for critics), we’re asking “What unapologetically stupid movie do actually love with all of your heart?” Low-budget cult items like Plan 9 From Outer Space and The Room were disqualified – our choices had to be […]

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19 Oct

‘Star Wars Battlefront 2’ Trailer: The Empire Strikes Back, Again, in Video Game Form

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Star Wars has always been bigger than the movies, but that’s especially true in 2017. Sure, you can watch the films and the movies alone and have a great time, but keeping up with the official canon means watching TV shows and reading books and buying large stacks of comics. And now, with the impending […]

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19 Oct

‘I, Tonya’ Teaser Trailer: Margot Robbie Spins the Truth as the Controversial Tonya Harding

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Margot Robbie goes for gold in her performance as the disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in I, Tonya. The darkly humorous, slightly irreverent take on the Olympics story that took over gossip rags everywhere in the ’90s, I, Tonya tries to get to the “truth” of the stranger-than-fiction tale of an accomplished skater who — alongside her ex-husband Jeff […]

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19 Oct

New ‘The Punisher’ Trailer Finally Reveals November Release Date

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After months of playing the waiting game, fans of The Punisher can finally discover the Marvel-Netflix series’ release date thanks to a new trailer that has been dropped. The new The Punisher trailer is much more comprehensive than past promotional materials have been — this was perhaps the preview that was going to be revealed at the […]

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19 Oct

John Carpenter’s ‘Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998’ Resurrects the Horror Master’s Classic Music

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Not only is John Carpenter an acclaimed filmmaker behind some of the best horror movies ever made – Halloween, The Thing, They Live – he’s also the creator of some of the best horror movie music. Just as E.T. wouldn’t be nearly as effective without John Williams’ orchestral score, Halloween would be a lesser film without Carpenter’s eerie yet simple themes, made up […]

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