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New on DVD and Blu-ray: 'Evil Dead' and More

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This week: The Deadites get an upgrade in "Evil Dead," a remake/reboot of Sam Raimi's "The Evil Dead" about an ancient book that unleashes terrible demonic forces on a group of young people staying at a remote cabin in the woods.

Also new this week is the Jackie Robertson sports biopic "42" with Harrison Ford and Chadwick Boseman, "Bullet to the Head" with Sylvester Stallone and a Criterion Collection Blu-ray for the 1963 version of "Lord of the Flies." Get More »

Filed Under: DVD & Blu-ray Queue It Up

8 Movie Titles That Set Themselves Up for Zingers

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When Sylvester Stallone announced his newest action film would be called "Bullet to the Head," snarky film fans around the world immediately launched into sarcasm mode, suggesting that the title is what people in the audience would be begging for after watching it. Because, seriously, that title on a Stallone movie? That's just asking to be mocked.

Luckily for Stallone, though, it turns out the movie isn't so bad after all, which is good news for movie buffs but bad news for headline writers everywhere. But while "Bullet to the Head" may have gotten away with an iffy title, not every film is so lucky. Get More »

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Box Office Report: 'Warm Bodies' Devours the Competition

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Forget about heartwarming stories, because here's cinema's first ever brainwarming story: According to Film.com, the new zombie romcom "Warm Bodies" easily won the box office title this weekend, earning an estimated $20 million in its opening frame.

Meanwhile, "Bullet to the Head" took a bullet to the head, as the Sylvester Stallone vehicle only managed a terrible $4.5 million, putting it at sixth place on the charts behind returning films "Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters," "Silver Linings Playbook," "Mama" and "Zero Dark Thirty."

For a full rundown of the weekend box office, including figures for award season hits "Lincoln" and "Django Unchained," head to Film.com.

Filed Under: Movie News | Source: Film.com

February Movie Math: It All Adds Up to What You Want to See

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Your mother always told you that math would be important someday, and we're here to validate her. Call it better living through arithmetic, but we believe simple math can help you decide which new movies coming out in February are for you.

Oh, and did we mention there are no actual numbers involved? It's like "Moneyball," but for movie-loving dummies.

So if you'd like a glimpse at what the cinema can offer you on this most romantic of months, read on for your latest lesson in Movie Math. Get More »

Filed Under: Features

The 15 Most Violent Movie Titles of All Time

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There may be a slight possibility that standards for movie titles have become more lenient over the years, since we can't really fathom an action movie like this week's "Bullet to the Head" coming out in 1954 with a title like that. No sir.

The Sylvester Stallone vehicle does stick in your head for some reason, so we thought we'd dig in and find the most gruesome, lurid and downright threatening movie titles ever conceived. Remember, the criteria here ain't the violent content of the film itself, just its nastified handle.

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Filed Under: Features

Mad Max's Weekend Movie Guide: 'Warm Bodies' & More


"Well, what if there is no tomorrow? There wasn't one today." – Bill Murray, 'Groundhog Day'

Greetings from the apocalypse! This week the groundhog is gonna see his shadow, which means six more weeks of nuclear winter. Seriously, though, I'm freezing my sack off one minute; the next I'm outside wearing a T-shirt. TAKE YOUR MEDS, EAST COAST GOD! There's several cool-looking flicks out and about this week, two of which I was present for filming, although neither director rubbed my belly for luck so no guarantees, people. Get More »

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Sylvester Stallone's 10 Cheesiest Lines Ever

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By now you've probably seen the ad for Sylvester Stallone's "Bullet to the Head" in which the following exchange happens:

[Stallone murders a bad guy.]
Stallone sidekick (aghast): "You don't just kill a guy like that!"
Stallone (satisfied): "I just did."

This type of scene is ubiquitous in the Stallone canon; either a nobody supporting character serves up an alley-oop that Stallone confidently finishes (not unlike the above exchange) or Stallone delivers the gold by himself. Either way, we're all winners. Get More »

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'Bullet To the Head' Trailer Goes Bang Bang

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Certain members of the "Expendables" gang are pimping their other wares this week.

Earlier today, Arnold Schwarzenegger took "The Last Stand" in the first look at Kim Jee-woon's upcoming action thriller. Now, Arnold's pal Sylvester Stallone is out to prove that old dudes do it best in the trailer for "Bullet to the Head." Get More »

Filed Under: New Movie Trailers | Source: IGN
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