I don’t know what’s happening in the Paranormal Activity series; there might be some continuity to follow but I don’t think I’ve seen any of them from beginning to end. Maybe they would make me jump I’m not sure, but I guess I was done with the found footage horror style (aka shaky cam fun)

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R.I.P. Legendary Composer James Horner


Some sad news hit us late last night when we learned that composer James Horner had died in a plane, he was 61. His assistant Sylvia Patrycja posted on Facebook: “We have lost an amazing person with a huge heart and unbelievable talent,” Patrycja posted on Facebook on Monday night. “He died doing what he

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Calling All Online Services, Hannibal Has Been Cancelled


Hannibal is three episodes into its third season on NBC and the network has announced that they’ve cancelled the series. It will finish it’s season run this as scheduled but won’t be picked up again. The show has been a critical favorite with a cult following since it’s shaky beginnings and will likely continue that

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Box Office: JURASSIC WORLD and INSIDE OUT Break Records


Jurassic World had another massive weekend and held on to the number one spot with $102 million. So after taking the title of biggest opening weekend of all-time, it’s now on pace to take the record for fastest movie to reach $1 billion worldwide. Over at Disney/Pixar, Inside Out went in to the weekend with

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Weekend Preview: Pixar Returns to Form with INSIDE OUT


Check out what’s playing this weekend and decide what you’re going to see. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook because my mom says they’re cool. Inside Out Notable: Pete Docter’s inspiration for this film came from watching his own daughter go through this turbulent part of growing up.  It’s been five years since Toy Story

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THROWBACK TRAILERS Presents: Psycho, Toy Story, Southpark: Bigger, Longer &...


Welcome to Throwback Trailers! We are turning back the hands of cinematic time to relive some classic movie trailers. Spanning generations and genres, TBT will be sure to find a touch of nostalgia that everyone can enjoy. TOY STORY (1995) Released: November 22, 1995 Budget: $30 million Worldwide Gross: $361,958,736 One of my all-time favorite

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Rob Zombie is Directing a Groucho Marx Biographical Drama


I couldn’t really put that headline together in my mind either, but I’m intrigued. Rob Zombie and Miranda Bailey have secured the rights to Steve Stoliar’s memoir, “Raised Eyebrows: My Years Inside Groucho’s House and Deadline reports that Zombie will direct the adaptation, which will be scripted by Oren Moverman (Love & Mercy). Stoliar was a

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KUNG FU PANDA 3 Trailer: A Father and Son Reunion


The first official trailer for DreamWorks Animation’s Kung Fu Panda 3 has finally arrived after a few delays. If you saw Kung Fu Panda 2 then you know the reunion between Po (Jack Black) and his father Li (Bryan Cranston) was set up for this sequel, and it all looks to be worth the wait.

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