Next week finally sees the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and our sister site Movies.com has been all over the early buzz from critics and fans. Here's their fan review of the film from a Hobbit and Lord of the Rings expert, as well as a roundup of what all the big critics think of the film's higher frame rate (aka HFR or 48fps). The site also has images from the next two Hobbit movies, and a list of the IMAX theaters screening those nine minutes of Star Trek Into Darkness footage alongside the Lord of the Rings prequel.
Speaking of previews, Perri Nemiroff returns with her look at the best -- and worst -- movie promos of the week. Star Trek, you done good.
With The Dark Knight Rises out on DVD and Blu-ray this week, Peter Martin takes us through the good, bad and bogus history of movie three-quels. We'll just forget you ever happened, X-Men: The Last Stand.
It's officially awards season, but how much do you pay attention to awards when it comes to choosing a movie to watch?
Finally, now might be a good time to bring back the drive-in, and Brian Salisbury tells us how that should happen and who should be in the, er, driver's seat.
Of course there's so much more where that came from, so head on over to Movies.com and go get your geek on.