Two horror movies hit the home video market today - the fifth installment of Final Destination as well as the latest found footage movie, Apollo 18.
While both Shark Night and Apollo 18 stumbled at the box office, The Debt scraped together $9.6 million for second place. Do you think the critics (who slammed both Shark Night and Apollo 18) were right this week, or did you find a lot to like out of the two end-of-summer genre pictures? And what did you think of The Debt?
The first weekend of September will be a quiet one at the box office as all the big fall film festivals gear up to premiere a whole slew of awards contenders featuring some of Hollywood’s biggest heavyweights. This holiday weekend brings us a few scares and an all-star thriller. Let’s take a closer look …
Apollo 18 just debuted and we also have the latest episode from The Schmoes Know Movie Show, courtesy of our sister site Movies.com (more on the Schmoes here), that has the guys take on their top five creatures from space.
As August fades away into our cinematic memory, it's time to turn our attention to the thrilling month of September. Nine thrillers hit the screen along with a few comedies and early awards season favorites. What September movie are you most excited to see?
With America celebrating its independence this weekend, the multiplex has a multitude of patriotic choices in film. That’s because Hollywood is fascinated with U.S. history, especially when it comes to changing it. What do you think? By changing historical facts, are filmmakers creating a generation of more engaged or more confused kids?
The second trailer for the 300-esque mythology action flick Immortals has hit the web with more action scenes and stunning visuals. Also the latest entry into the "found footage" subgenre of horror movies, Apollo 18 gets a new trailer while Pixar teases their summer 2012 movie Brave.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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