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Sometimes, two ladies make out with each other in major motion pictures. Other times, they not only make out with each other — they simulate sexual intercourse with each other. AND because the Internet exists, each of those instances is easily accessible to everybody with a computer, context-free. I know, right? And some people claim to be "pessimists?" (laughs to himself.) Get More »
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A true Scream Queen can't just shriek, cry and cower -- she's got to know how to fight to the death if need be, digging deep to find previously unknown survival skills. A Scream Queen might not be the last one standing, but you know she looked good while she was standing ... and being chased … and dragged … and bludgeoned.
"Scream 4" slices its way onto DVD and Blu-ray this week, and Ghostface has some new ladies who he wants to hear scream, namely "Heroes'" Hayden Panettiere and Emma Roberts of "Nancy Drew" fame.
Do they figure into the discussion around classic scream queens? Here's at look at their strongest (and loudest) competition ...
Can a composer truly be declared immortal before a feature film about his life has graced the silver screen? Mozart got his movie years ago, as did Beethoven.
And now it's Vivaldi's turn.
Director Boris Damast (who doesn't have much to speak of under his list of credits beyond the widely panned "Pros & Cons" from over a decade ago) is helming an as-of-now untitled biopic about this famed composer, The Playlist reports.
Despite his lack of street cred, Damast has rallied a star-studded cast, which has Max Irons ("Red Riding Hood") and Claire Foy ("Season of the Witch") locked in, as well as Elle Fanning and Neve Campell in the final stages of talks to join. Get More »
"What's your favorite scary movie?"
15 years and a trilogy later this must be a rhetorical question by now, but master of suspense Wes Craven knows his audience is still bloodthirsty for more, so he's hacked himself up a fearsome fourquel, "Scream 4."
After the official teaser launched this past Halloween, fans have been dying to catch a longer glimpse of the latest Ghostface rampage, and now, thanks to iTunes Movie Trailers, those vicious voyeurs (and you) can taste the meta-horror goodness. Get More »
Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis are dazzling audiences in the new psychological thriller, "Black Swan," a glamorous yet unflinching look at the world of ballet.
Lithe dancers who flit their arms and pirouette with such dreamy grace promptly go backstage, peel off their toenails and snap their tendons back into place. Such effortless beauty comes with a lot of pain and blood... and maybe a little something else in "Black Swan."
Portman and Kunis did an intense amount of training for the film – and it probably won't surprise you that both had ballet experience. They're so delicate that they seem born to wear tutus and slippers.
But you might be surprised at who else in Hollywood started their dramatic careers in ballet. Get More »
We heard you like horror movies...
As we previously reported, the "Scream 4" teaser trailer was unveiled at Spike TV's Scream Awards last Saturday night.
A few bootlegs made their way onto the Internet (don't they always?), but now you can watch it all official-like.
Film Shaft has posted the real "Scream 4" teaser trailer, which is actually something of an extended cut from the version that premiered at the Scream Awards. Check it out below and see how the rules have really changed! Get More »
They don't call it the Scream Awards for nothing, folks.
Saturday night, Spike TV's annual celebration of sci-fi, fantasy, comics and horror went down. The highlight of the evening, as you might be able to guess from the name of the ceremony itself, was the unveiling of the new trailer for the hotly anticipated upcoming horror film "Scream 4," which reunites original cast members Courteney Cox, Neve Campbell and David Arquette for another round of battle with the Ghostfaced killer. Get More »