It’s a No-Budget Nightmares first! A sequel! Moe and Doug return to Argentina to check out the midpoint of the beloved Plaga Zombie trilogy: Zona Mutante!
Sorry Pacific Rim, Godzilla, and Jurassic World, Kong truly is King of the modern monster movie.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies closes out an otherwise so-so series in the best possible way.
Our Noah Taylor shot some photos of Lee Pace and Peter Jackson while they were in town promoting The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
With the last chapter of this triple-dipped prequel series coming out at the end of the year, we can't help but wonder is there any 'new material' left for us to get excited about?
The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug isn’t necessarily better or worse than its predecessor, but more like an inverse of all of An Unexpected Journey’s positives and negatives. Instead of an opening hour that sets things up in excruciating detail and a final two hours of exciting story, Smaug has a pretty entertaining, fast paced and swiftly moving opening 100 minutes before giving into repetitive indulgence that exists for no reason except to drag the story out over three movies.
Did you miss almost all of our theatrical coverage around the holidays? Well this week we look at some of the biggest late 2012 releases including The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Lincoln, Les Miserables, This is 40, and Zero Dark Thirty. Also, looks at Killing Them Softly and the Canadian made sci-fi romance Mars et Avril.
While a great introduction to the plight of the West Memphis Three and the miscarriage of justice the surrounded their murder trial, West of Memphis doesn't do much that the Paradise Lost films didn't already cover (and better), and it's kind of self serving how producer Peter Jackson portrays himself. But thankfully it's an overall decent documentary and introduction to the story.
To celebrate the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on December 14, Dork Shelf and Warner Bros. Pictures Canada want to send two lucky winners a copy of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's GUARDIANS OF MIDDLE-EARTH for PS3!
While dividing Tolkien's most childish and thinnest material into three films seems like a strange decision, Peter Jackson makes it mostly work with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which still manages to be a lot of fun. That new high-frame rate 3D? Not so much.
We talk to the lucky actor to get the high profile role of Thorin Oakenshield in Peter Jackson's kick off to The Hobbit trilogy, British actor Richard Armitage about working with Jackson, being on set in Middle Earth while being a huge Tolkien fan, and Andy Serkis asking the actor to go the extra mile for gritty realism.
TT Games' latest licensed Lego adventure follows the familiar chronology of the film trilogy, but there's still fun in the expected journey.
It is rare that a film is released in Europe before North America, unless it is a European production. And while The Adventures of Tintin is technically not European, its roots are, and so its release here in the United Kingdom last week was appropriate.
Tintin is not just a comic series; for many, it's a religion. The Adventures of Tintin has been in works for a while, and finally we have a trailer. With Steven Spielberg directing, Peter Jackson producing, Edgar Wright, Steven Moffat & Joe Cornish writing, and Jamie Bell, Nick Frost and Simon Pegg (among others) acting, I have high hopes for this film.
The Hobbit, the highly anticipated film based on J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved book, has finally begun shooting today in New Zealand. Late yesterday evening, two teaser photos of director Peter Jackson posing in the iconic circular entrance to Bilbo's Shire crib, were released on Jackson's Facebook page.