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Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - latimes.comIt might not be as well known to some moviegoers as “Friday the 13th,” “Nightmare on Elm Street” or “Saw,” ......
This Friday, The Devil’s Carnival, the newest project from Darren Lynn Bousma (director of Saw II, Saw III, and Saw IV) is coming to Manchester. Described vividly as “Tales from the Crypt meets the anti-Glee”, The Devil’s...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe unseasonably early snowstorm that dusted and dumped the northeast drove down the box office take this weekend. “Puss in Boots” had been in a position to do $40 million plus, but a weak family film-going Saturday suppressed that -- low $30s...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando Sentinel“I am so ready to play a gay nightclub owner, a man who dances and has this great joie de vivre.” Tobin Bell is pitching the world’s movie makers, tossing the idea that casting him against type – as say a doctor, lawyer, nightclub o...
Box office: 'Paranormal Activity 2' brings in $41.5 million; 'Hereafter' trails with $12-million start [Updated]Company Town"Paranormal Activity" has grown from viral phenomenon into Hollywood franchise. The sequel to last year's ultra-low budget viral blockbuster opened to a surprisingly strong $41.5 million at theaters in the U.S. and Canada this weekend, demonstrating...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelIt wasn't just “Toy Story 3″ and “Despicable Me” that owned the box office in the third quarter. “Shrek Forever After” (in 3D) made more of a believer than ever out of Jeffrey Katzenberg, quoted in this Variety story....
Brand XChills, mayhem, anxiety and boogeymen consistently haunt the October box office. And as long as horror movies stay relatively cheap to make and easy to market, these seasonal screamers are here to stay. This week, “Saw 3-D” (not available for rev...
Company TownLast year, after being the dominant horror franchise for four consecutive years, "Saw" was upended by "Paranormal Activity." Coming off four previous openings of more than $30 million, 2009's "Saw VI" was caught off-guard by the surprise success of...
The Morning Fix: Whitman and Brown pour it on. Lions Gate sues Icahn. Redbox wants to get its kiosks onto the WebCompany TownAfter the coffee. Before figuring how many years until I can take the subway to work. The Skinny: Anyone got a copy of the Keith Richards book they can loan me? We may be getting annoyed, but our local TV......
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThe cop, who doesn’t seem shocked, horrified or even embarrassed by the mass murderer he and his mates can’t catch, calls it in. “How many bodies?” Detective Gibson (Chad Donella) wants to know. “Enough pieces to make four....
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelCritics — other critics– have taken to carping about Hilary Swank's “Oscar bait” movies. Big, noble or showy roles in dramas, biographies or the like. She's done better at the Oscars than Meryl Streep, in some regards, and that...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelBased on Friday night's box office take, “Saw 3D” should have done a decent (for this franchise) $28 million, thanks largely to 3D ticket price inflation. If the number comes in Sunday as lower than $28, blame poor word of mouth. (It did. Sat....
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