If you’re looking for a good time on DVD this week, you’re in luck — as long as you navigate the minefields of the rotten (Mr. Bean’s Holiday, Hot Rod) and the even worse (Lindsay Lohan‘s career-murdering I Know Who Killed Me) to pick up a genuine charmer (Waitress), a solid familial tale (The Namesake), a mind-boggling anime import (Paprika), or our personal pick, the return of Futurama (Bender’s Big Score)!

The Fresh…


Tomatometer: 89%

Small town waitress Jenna (Keri Russell) desperately wants out of her abusive marriage and her dead-end life, passing the time baking delicious and whimsically-named pies while dreaming of leaving town. When she finds out she’s pregnant, everything changes, thanks to a secret romance with the local OB-GYN (Nathan Fillion), a chance at winning a $25,000 at a pie bake-off, and the newfound joys of motherhood. Bolstered by a warmly quirky supporting cast, this southern charmer comes to DVD as a bittersweet coda to the life of writer-director and co-star Adrienne Shelly, who was tragically killed last year. Months after her death Shelly’s film was accepted into the Sundance Film Festival and picked up for distribution, and opened to critical acclaim the following spring.


The Namesake

Tomatometer: 85%

Mira Nair (Monsoon Wedding, Vanity Fair) returns to form with this solid adaptation of Jhumpa Lahiri’s novel, about the culture clash between two generations of an Indian immigrant family. Comic actor Kal Penn (Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle) goes dramatic as American-born son Gogol, who struggles to balance his dueling identities and his relationships with two different women; Indian cinema stars Irfan Khan and Tabu play the beleaguered traditionalist parents, who find that their children have grown up very differently than they had imagined.



Tomatometer: 81%

When a mind-invading device goes missing, doctors enlist Paprika, an electronic persona, to navigate the hallucinogenic dream world and find the culprit. Director Satoshi Kon employs eye-popping visuals and a surrealist touch to invoke the experience of sub-conscious reverie in his artful (if nonsensical) adaptation of the 1993 science fiction novel of the same name. Four featurettes on the disc give insight into the production of the film, but this one is worth it for the film alone.  


Bender’s Big Score

Tomatometer: N/A

Good news, Futurama fans! In this first of four new films, evil aliens send misanthropic robot Bender back in time to help them take over Earth, sparking a chain of events that could change the course of history; more importantly, series fans get the return of characters like Zapp Brannigan, Nibbler, Robot Santa, Al Gore as himself, and Kwanzaabot, voiced by the inestimable Coolio. Cast and crew commentary, featurettes, a full 20 minutes of Hypnotoad and more await you in the bonus menu. And remember, the return of the Best. Animated. Series. Ever. hinges on the sales of this and the next three Futurama DVDs, so if you really care about the fate of Planet Express and its dysfunctional delivery crew, snap up this release! (And check out our chat with director Dwayne Carey-Hill and producer Claudia Katz!) 


The Rotten…

First Snow
Tomatometer: 55%

This slow-simmering noir follows a slick-talking salesman (Guy Pearce) whose ominous visit to a roadside fortune teller (J.K. Simmons) portends success — and death — on the horizon. Critics were split on whether first time director Mark Fergus (screenwriter of Children of Men and the forthcoming Iron Man) effectively builds tension in his story or deflates it, but the cast in this indie thriller is certainly notable. Besides, it’s supporting actor William Fichtner‘s birthday today, if that’s enough of a reason to give this flick a chance.

Mr. Bean’s Holiday
Tomatometer: 50%

The irrepressible Mr. Bean (Rowan Atkinson) returns to theaters a full decade after his first big-screen endeavor (Bean), and despite improving upon that 36 percent Tomatometer effort, he’s still got the scribes befuddled. This time the silent funnyman finds himself on a prize vacation to Cannes, France, recording his travels en route to the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. If you’ve seen any of the classic television show, you already know what you’re in store for; if not, be happy knowing there will be no more additional Bean movies to suffer through.

Hot Rod

Tomatometer: 36%

Saturday Night Live enjoyed an energy boost when the Lonely Island comedy trio of Jorma Taccone, Akiva Schaffer, and Andy Samberg signed on (what fan could live now without SNL‘s brilliant Digital Shorts?), but their first feature film — about an aspiring stuntman named Rod — failed to capture the hearts of the critical mass. We say, what up scribes? Hot Rod‘s got a killer 1980s hair metal soundtrack, a punch-dancing sequence, and enough silly laughs to make us want to drop a Hamilton on some crazy delicious cupcakes.

And The Ugly…


Tomatometer: 15%

Canadian horror, eh. A half-blood werewolf boy is the key to ending an age-old curse in one small town, but a band of bloodlusting lycans aim to keep the curse alive. Howlingly bad? You be the judge (or trust us, and listen to the critics on this one).  

Bratz: The Movie

Tomatometer: 7%

We know, we know. Who would have thought that a stereotype-reinforcing, live action version of a children’s toy line aimed at pre-teen mallrats could be anything but stellar fare?  

I Know Who Killed Me

Tomatometer: 7%

Ouch. Lindsay Lohan‘s latest couldn’t even beat the irredeemable Bratz movie’s Tomatometer (some might say it single-handedly killed her career). Comparisons to movies like Boxing Helena and unnecessarily gory torture porn flicks don’t help, either. Sadly, we know as well as TriStar Pictures that the extended stripper sequence will boost DVD sales exponentially… 

Take aim, home theater enthusiasts. May your DVD-hunting arrows fly true.

This week at the movies, we’ve got wacky cops (Rush
Hour 3
, starring
Jackie Chan
Chris Tucker
), fairy tales (Stardust,
starring Robert De
Michelle Pfeiffer
), the great outdoors (Daddy
Day Camp
, starring
Cuba Gooding Jr.),
and lycanthropes (Skinwalkers).
What do the critics have to say?

Making the most of Jackie
‘s deft physical comedy skills and
Chris Tucker‘s brash
affability, Rush Hour
was a refreshing, breezy take on the cop/buddy action/comedy subgenre. However,
two sequels later, critics say the thrill is gone, and formula has set in. In
Rush Hour 3
, our
heroes head to Paris to take on the Triads; action, wisecracks, and cultural
misunderstandings ensue. Pundits say Rush Hour 3 simply doesn’t add
enough new elements to the mix to make it worthwhile; worse, they say there’s a
lack of energy that makes schlepping through an incomprehensible plot pretty
difficult. At 23 percent on the Tomatometer, this franchise’s Hour may be
up. (Check out RT’s interview with Tucker and director Brett Ratner

"And here’s me giving testimony via video link.
Don’t I just look adorable?"

A mashup of fantasy, adventure, romance, and comedy, critics are calling
one of the
best big-kid fairy tales since
The Princess Bride
Based upon Neil Gaiman‘s
fantasy novel, Stardust spins a tale of a young man who sets out to prove
his love to the girl of his dreams by presenting her with a fallen star; he
embarks on a journey through a forbidden kingdom, encountering witches, pirates, and other magical folks along the way. The pundits say the cast —
which features Robert
De Niro
, Sienna
Michelle Pfeiffer
Claire Danes
, Peter
, and
Charlie Cox
— is top-notch, and helps to enliven director
Matthew Vaughn‘s
imaginative fantasy world. While some pundits say the movie has moments of
unevenness, it has enough visual razzle-dazzle, good humor, and well-drawn
performances to compensate. At 76 percent on the Tomatometer, Stardust
shines brightly.


Claire Danes is a star-crossed lover once again.

If you are of the opinion that what is sorely lacking from contemporary American
cinema is flatulence, critics don’t deny that
Daddy Day Camp

has an ample supply of it. However, if you require laughs from your comedies,
you may want to book another trip. Picking up where 2003’s poorly-reviewed
Eddie Murphy vehicle
Daddy Day Care
left off, Camp stars Cuba Gooding Jr. as the head of a dilapidated summer
camp, where a ragtag bunch of kids cause him no end of trouble. The pundits say
Daddy Day Camp is little more than a collection of predictable, insipid
gags that generate more guffaws than chuckles. The scribes also lament the state
of Gooding’s once-promising career, noting that he’s largely reduced to mugging
though mediocre projects like this one. At two percent on the Tomatometer,
Daddy Day Camp
is one of the worst-reviewed films of the year.

“What would you think if I directed this projectile vomit scene? Would you stand up and walk out on me?”

Apparently, the people behind the werewolf flick
afraid those pesky critics may have revolvers full of silver bullets, since it
wasn’t screened prior to release. Skinwalkers tells the tale of two packs
of hairy, sharp-toothed creatures waging a battle for control of a small town —
with two of the locals caught in the middle. Kids, change out of those torn
clothes and Guess the Tomatometer!

Sniffing hair is a sign of affection amongst werewolves.

Also opening this week in limited release:
The Signal
, in which
technology turns a city into zombies, is at 100 percent on the Tomatometer; the
culture-clash comedy 2 Days in Paris, starring and directed by Julie Delpy, is
at 88 percent;
Rocket Science
, a teen angst comedy from

helmer Jeffrey Blitz,
is at 86 percent (check out RT’s mini-review

the Line
, a doc about an American defector to North Korea, is at 80
percent; Dans Paris,
a family drama set in the City of Lights, is at 62 percent; and
starring Rosario
as a woman bent on revenge after a violent act, is at 38 percent.

"Candygram for Mongo!"

Finally, props to

for coming the closest to guessing
Underdog’s 14 percent

Recent Robert De Niro Movies:
20% —
Arthur and the Invisibles
56% — The Good
12% — Hide
and Seek
5% —
Bridge of San Luis Rey
38% — Meet the

Recent Cuba Gooding Jr. Movies:
7% — Norbit (2007)
17% — What Love Is
20% — Shadowboxer
19% — Dirty
54% — Home on
the Range

Another wide assortment of summer offerings will hit the multiplexes across North America this weekend. The action-comedy sequel Rush Hour 3 leads the way as the main course and will be joined by side dishes like the fantasy adventure Stardust, the family comedy Daddy Day Camp, and the horror flick Skinwalkers. The third mega-opening in a row should keep overall ticket sales abnormally high for this time of year.

Six years and one week after the last installment opened, Rush Hour 3 hits theaters from coast to coast hoping to recapture the magic that made its two predecessors shatter industry expectations. Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, and director Brett Ratner have all reteamed (with some handsome raises) for a story about the world’s biggest organized crime syndicate whose secrets are hidden in Paris. The first Rush Hour smashed the September opening weekend box office record with a $33M launch in 1998. Rush Hour 2 set a new August opening record in 2001 with its $67.4M debut which it held until last weekend’s The Bourne Ultimatum arrived. Together, Carter and Lee have arrested $367M domestically and $575M worldwide with their pair of cross-cultural buddy cop hits.

But a lot of time has passed since the last Rush Hour film and some fans may have lost interest in a formula that can easily get tired the third time around. The new pic should play mostly to existing fans and will not create too many new ones. Still, Rush Hour 3 does offer the most ethnic starpower of any film this summer so business from multicultural moviegoers should be very strong. Jason Bourne’s second weekend will provide ample competition for the action crowd, then again Rush Hour 2 had to deal with the second weekend of Planet of the Apes which opened the week before with a similarly potent $68.5M which at the time was the second biggest opening in history. So Chan and Tucker can handle the pressure. Expect those who like this dish to come back for a third helping for what should be the final big bow of the summer season. Crashing into more than 3,100 theaters, Rush Hour 3 could speed to about $61M this weekend.

Chan and Tucker in familiar territory.

The stars come out for Stardust, a new fantasy adventure boasting a cast that includes Michelle Pfeiffer, Claire Danes, Robert De Niro, and Sienna Miller. The PG-13 pic should skew more to a female audience since males have more high-profile choices if they’re looking for action this weekend. Paramount has put a moderate amount of marketing support behind the film – an adequate amount for an August release. But with The Bourne Ultimatum and Rush Hour 3 absorbing roughly $90M in combined business from a broad audience, things will be tough for Stardust and for any other film for that matter. Debuting in about 2,300 locations, an opening weekend of around $11M could result.

Stardust hopes to produce another form of green.

The summer’s oddest couple entered theaters on Wednesday in Daddy Day Camp, a new family comedy starring Oscar-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. which is directed by The Wonder Years star Fred Savage. The PG-rated film is a followup to 2003’s Eddie Murphy hit Daddy Day Care which bowed to $27.6M on its way to a solid $104.3M for Sony. In a world where direct-to-DVD sequels get financed for just about any kids property, Camp seems like just that, only one which got lucky enough to get a theatrical release. Cuba is no Eddie when it comes to selling tickets. Sure, Snow Dogs grossed $81.2M in 2002, but Disney’s brand name and marketing machine were responsible for much of that success. Luckily for Sony there are not too many options for families right now so there is an opportunity, though a small one. Daddy Day Camp hit 2,184 theaters on Wednesday and could collect about $8M for the weekend and around $11M over five days.

Perhaps Cuba is beginning to understand why Eddie didn’t return.

Following in the footsteps of I Know Who Killed Me, Captivity, and Bug, the new horror flick Skinwalkers steps into the ring gunning for the title of worst fright flop of the summer. From Lionsgate and After Dark Films, the PG-13 pic has little marketing or distribution support and is only making a brief appearance at the marquees on its way to video store shelves. Debuting in just 650 theaters, an opening weekend of $1.5M seems likely.


The Bourne Ultimatum made a big splash in its debut last weekend recording the largest August bow in history. However, it has been eroding during the week posting a solid $9.1M on Monday before dropping down to $7.5M on Tuesday. The large upfront turnout should lead to a sharp decline and Rush Hour 3‘s arrival will take away action fans too. Look for a 55% drop for the Matt Damon saga which would give Universal about $31M for the frame and a ten-day tally of $129M.

Fox’s hit toon The Simpsons Movie, already the third highest grossing animated film of the year after the ogre threequel and the rodent comedy, should stabilize this weekend after its hefty sophomore slump of two-thirds. A 50% decline would give Homer and pals around $12.5M for the weekend and a 17-day total of $153M.

LAST YEAR: Will Ferrell stayed put at number one with the hit comedy Talladega Nights despite a 53% drop to $22.1M in its second lap for Sony. Buena Vista raced past expectations with its teen sensation Step Up which bowed in the number two spot with a stellar $20.7M on its way to $65.3M. Paramount’s 9/11 drama World Trade Center debuted in third with $18.7M over three days and $26.5M over five days. The Oliver Stone pic went on to gross a solid $70.3M. The studio’s animated film Barnyard slipped only 39% in its sophomore session to $9.7M taking fourth place. Opening to mild results in fifth was the thriller Pulse with $8.2M on its way to $20.3M for The Weinstein Co. Sony crashed and burned in ninth with the kidpic Zoom which bowed to just $4.5M leading to a weak $11.6M final.

Author: Gitesh Pandya, www.BoxOfficeGuru.com

If you like werewolves and are looking for a conversation starter for your living room, you’re in luck. After Dark Films is giving away one life-size Skinwalkers creature, designed by Stan Winston Studios. Tres chic!

Skinwalkers, opening Friday, is a tale of modern day warring werewolf clans (from Canada, eh) battling it out using guns, sex, and their own bloodthirsty urges. One life-size Skinwalker — a bit Teen Wolf-esque, as you can see from the picture below — will go to the lucky winner of After Dark’s drawing. Who needs a welcome mat when they have this hairy fella guarding the pad?

The contest asks you to send in your opening day Skinwalkers ticket stub (check the official rules for your entry options).

More on Skinwalkers, which appears to be not screening for critics: Thirteen-year-old Timothy (Matthew Knight) and his mother (Rhona Mitra) are about to find out that he’s half-werewolf and that their in-laws, full-blooded but benevolent werewolves, have been protecting them for years. A pack of blood-lusting werewolves — or Skinwalkers — are coming after Timothy, whose powers will decide the fate of their kind.

While action-horror flicks tend to bear the brunt of critical analysis, this one has a few interesting things going for it. Mitra, better known of late for her television roles (Nip/Tuck, anyone?), looks exceptionally lethal when packing heat, as we’ll see next year in Neil Marshall‘s Doomsday. Elias Koteas, who plays the good werewolf uncle, has matured into a decent character actor since his Casey Jones days (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, anyone?). And there’s Jason Behr (Roswell, anyone?), who is possibly the last actor you’d ever imagine as a bloodthirsty bad guy.

By the way, the Skinwalkers contest creature appears to be Behr’s jean-jacketed character, Varek, in full Skinwalker mode.

Check the official Skinwalkers site for more info.

Thursday at Comic-Con Lionsgate presented a trio of high-octane, blood-soaked titles, including the first-ever showing of a "Skinwalkers" clip, a fun backalley fistfight from "Crank," and a not-for-the-queasy scene from "Saw III."

The panel was packed with hungry gore-hounds, all salivating for a peek at the upcoming third installment to the "Saw" franchise. But first, the directors and stars of "Crank" sat down to share a clip of their film, which follows 24 hours in the life of a poisoned hitman (Jason Statham) who has to keep his adrenaline up in order to stay alive.

Statham himself appeared on the panel, to the crowd’s delight, as well as writer-directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor. They were joined by “Napoleon Dynamite’s” Efren Ramirez, who plays Statham’s sidekick of sorts, and a fight scene was played for the audience.

Jason Statham in "Crank"

In the scene, Statham’s Chev Chelios finds himself in an alley fighting at least two guys. He jumps into the scene by chopping off the gun-wielding hand of one assailant, and takes on the second guy while the camera wheels frenetically around the action. Meanwhile, a rollicking score rolls in the background (reminiscent of those great, cheesy action flicks from the 70s). As the goon gets the upper hand on Statham, out of nowhere a spindly figure lands a blow to the guy’s head with a baking pin and he turns his attention to the diminutive Ramirez. Just when it looks like Pedro is going to die a painful death, Statham picks up the first guy’s gun – severed hand still attached – and puts a bullet in the second guy’s head, painting a nice blood spray on the walls.

The crowd seemed to like the clip, which showcased Statham’s hard-boiled, deadpan acting (and action) style. Directors Neveldine and Taylor, who also shared camera duties, said they captured much of the action in scenes like car chases while riding skateboards; that sort of physical, cavalier attitude comes right through in the “Crank” clip, and gives good reason to look forward to their flick, out September 1st.

Director Jim Isaac and special effects wizard Stan Winston talked up their flick, “Skinwalkers,” which is about werewolves. And two rival packs of them. And a half-blood boy and his mother.

Rhona Mitra in "Skinwalkers"

The clip, shown for the first time ever, takes place in the basement of a house where one of the werewolf factions are preparing for their full-moon transformation by securing themselves in leather-and-chain restraints. One man has secured a woman and two men when he hears a sound upstairs and goes to check it out. When he says, “I’ll be back,” we all know what’s gonna happen according to scary movie rules.

He gets killed quickly. Meanwhile, his companions are chained up downstairs, wondering frantically what’s going on. The dude’s dead body lands before them, and the rival group of were-people enter, demanding the whereabouts of the half-blood kid and his mom, who are the key to the future of their race. When the chained chick reveals that they don’t even know, she’s forced to watch as her buddies are knifed before her eyes. Ick.

Alas, the clip did not show any of the special effects that Stan Winston came in to promote, although Winston does promise fantastic-looking digital creatures. He also said he’s loved the “Skinwalkers” script for years, and that he hasn’t seen a good werewolf movie since “An American Werewolf in London.”

“This is not “Underworld,” Winston added, if that gives you any more idea of how “Skinwalkers” will turn out.

Lionsgate also screened a scene from “The Descent,” which opens August 4, and will feature the trailer for “Saw III” – the incredibly tense, bloody trailer that they showed next, which they hope the MPAA will approve (for the sake of young children and terribly squeamish people like me, I hope this trailer doesn’t make it to television. Ever.).

The “Saw III” trailer: A man named Troy wakes up in a small room, sitting in a chair with chains running from him to various points in the room. CHAINS ATTACHED TO HIS BODY. Seriously, they run through his hands, his shoulders, his tongue (and you know it’s only going to get sicker).

A television turns on remotely and tells Troy (essentially) that he (an ex-convict) has enjoyed getting in trouble so much, and has devoted himself to a life of crime and prison – and that a bomb will detonate in one minute. Is he willing to break his chains now, in order to live?

The answer is yes. Troy doesn’t want to die, but not dying requires him to RIP OUT every chain attached through his body parts, which he proceeds to attempt as the clock ticks down. He groans, we groan, it’s sick. One by one, the chains are torn out, but Troy runs out of time, and the room explodes into a title screen.

Oh yes, there will be vomit.

Geeks from across the world will converge at the San Diego Convention Center today to get their annual fix of comics, movies, and pop culture, and RT will be right there bringing you coverage of the panels, major announcements, interviews, and the daily B.O. levels from the floor (and I don’t mean Box Office).

RT’s Binh Ngo and Jen Yamato are in town for this year’s Comic-Con International, which lasts from Thursday – Sunday, and (as always) promises loads of fun, news, and previews of the most anticipated blockbusters and genre pics of the coming year. This Comic-Con promises gore ("Saw III," "Grudge 2," "Grind House"), fantasy ("Stardust," "Pan’s Labyrinth"), and animation ("The Ant Bully," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles"); there’s also comic book adaptations ("Ghost Rider," "The Spirit," "Spider-Man 3") and plain-old fun ("DOA: Dead or Alive," "Borat," "Accepted," "SNAKES ON A PLANE")!

Not yer fourth-grade heroes on a half-shell…"TMNT" is coming back!

Thursday’s slate includes the much-anticipated "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" panel, a preview of Sony’s upcoming animation slate, and Lionsgate’s presentation of "Crank," "Skinwalkers," and…ick…"Saw III." Some of the earlybirds who made it to Wednesday’s preview night scored freebie "Saw III" posters, and even that was gory. If the poster’s scary, how freaky will the clips be???

"Crank" star Jason Statham will ride to Comic-Con in style…and hopefully in this outfit

Keep an eyeball out (ha!) for our panel reports, blog entries, and photos (booths! babes! nerds!) from Comic-Con, and check out our friends at IGN.com, who have dived into the action with their Comic-Con index!
Thanks to their awesome preview day photo gallery, the world can now meet Amazing Lego Batman!

I attend several film festivals each year, but there’s always one movie-centric event that I’d really love to attend: The San Diego Comic-Con. Movie geek heaven is what I like to call it. Read on to find out why…

From the pre-con report at Dark Horizons: "With a little over a week to go, the full schedule has been announced with this year’s various panels to include appearances and Q&As with the likes of Nicolas Cage, Samuel L. Jackson, Hilary Swank, Gerard Butler, Jason Statham, David Wenham, Rosario Dawson, Amber Tamblyn, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Eva Mendes, Kristen Bell, Ali Larter, AnnaSophia Robb, Nick Frost, David Arquette and The Wayans Brothers.

Joining them will be directing and producing luminaries such as Sam Raimi, Alfonso Cuarón, Bryan Singer, Kevin Smith, Richard Kelly, Robert Rodriguez, Guillermo del Toro, Stephen Hopkins, Jon Favreau, Edgar Wright, David Goyer, James L. Brooks, Mark Steven Johnson, Zack Snyder, Joel Silver and Stan Winston.

Potential footage debuts from the likes of ("Spider-Man 3"), "300," "Grind House" and possibly "Transformers" will draw much talk as well. Amongst the films getting panels or being shown footage from are: "300," "The Ant Bully," "The Children of Men," "Crank," "DOA: Dead or Alive," "Fantastic Four 2," "Flyboys," "Ghost Rider," "Grind House," "Happy Feet," "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," "Iron Man," "Open Season," "Pan’s Labyrinth," "The Reaping," "Saw III," "Skinwalkers," "Snakes on a Plane," "Southland Tales," "Spider-Man 3," "Stardust," "Surf’s Up," "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," "Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning," "Transformers" & "The Wicker Man."


Tag Cloud

New York Comic Con Spring TV Television Academy technology Lucasfilm monster movies romantic comedy hispanic Fall TV Prime Video Disney Plus toy story Spectrum Originals Avengers Elton John legend new york Countdown boxoffice docudrama popular 93rd Oscars Election Emmy Nominations adventure aliens superman name the review halloween tv Exclusive Video Classic Film Heroines Watching Series BBC America Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt japanese talk show Peacock casting Ghostbusters GLAAD franchise El Rey theme song Lifetime diversity TCM Shudder psycho Action Sneak Peek 72 Emmy Awards king arthur crossover what to watch Horror Schedule Musical die hard Disney TV renewals streaming The CW Comics on TV Hollywood Foreign Press Association Writers Guild of America movies Tumblr 4/20 The Witch Amazon documentaries 2016 007 comic books Polls and Games Comedy sitcom Crackle Adult Swim Food Network NBC Brie Larson classics DC streaming service Video Games saw ghosts richard e. Grant festival french spy thriller DC Universe halloween Freeform TBS PaleyFest ESPN scene in color Box Office Hulu Black Mirror vs. Premiere Dates First Look FOX cancelled television all-time scorecard DC Comics jamie lee curtis asian-american Crunchyroll SXSW BAFTA 2018 teaser Chernobyl Ovation archives comedies Rom-Com Martial Arts chucky comic biopic discovery Neflix cancelled TV shows Tubi festivals Sci-Fi Lifetime Christmas movies Valentine's Day Comic-Con@Home 2021 scary movies Captain marvel Superheroes Creative Arts Emmys Fantasy police drama Pet Sematary Oscars The Purge quibi critics Winter TV Syfy LGBT based on movie justice league thriller Toys Stephen King HBO slashers sag awards TCA 2017 hidden camera emmy awards Western nfl Baby Yoda sequel hist biography National Geographic Sundance Song of Ice and Fire politics worst Columbia Pictures ratings royal family TCA Awards Summer Marvel Television kids Fox News Super Bowl AMC Plus 45 telelvision The Walt Disney Company crime thriller green book parents A24 NYCC rt archives unscripted Nominations HBO Go OWN mcc Hear Us Out HBO Max Film Festival ABC Family travel Nat Geo aapi Rock Marvel Studios indiana jones new star wars movies IFC Mudbound WarnerMedia BET Discovery Channel The Arrangement dceu Set visit 79th Golden Globes Awards 21st Century Fox APB dc crime drama Esquire cinemax Extras crime canceled TV shows historical drama dark political drama Universal Pictures Pop book adaptation Starz toronto book rt labs batman cars MSNBC Binge Guide 2020 doctor who Wes Anderson Superheroe Netflix dexter Rocky ABC SundanceTV American Society of Cinematographers The Academy reboot 99% Certified Fresh TCA Winter 2020 deadpool adaptation FXX strong female leads robots animated cartoon Fox Searchlight video Calendar spider-verse Ellie Kemper superhero Podcast DGA Comic Book Vudu series Country critic resources CW Seed international cancelled Winners Masterpiece 1990s Pacific Islander Black History Month fresh Family Kids & Family 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards Travel Channel Television Critics Association dreamworks Musicals YouTube facebook HFPA Reality YouTube Red prank MCU ITV stop motion Holiday Film Paramount Network IFC Films war Lionsgate Opinion television screen actors guild spanish language Hallmark Christmas movies Paramount Plus trailers japan children's TV Fargo cops football mutant remakes Tokyo Olympics Sundance TV christmas movies Pixar Turner Classic Movies romance VOD 2015 marvel comics women concert Trophy Talk video on demand Acorn TV Walt Disney Pictures nature mission: impossible MTV 73rd Emmy Awards rt labs critics edition Apple TV Plus lord of the rings Red Carpet zombies blockbuster Quiz PlayStation PBS child's play sequels south america Infographic Awards Tour Universal Christmas Pride Month marvel cinematic universe Cartoon Network black comedy Endgame Mindy Kaling TV One 90s Animation satire blaxploitation worst movies Turner TruTV canceled action-comedy rom-coms spanish new zealand witnail BET Awards Sundance Now Sony Pictures Instagram Live 24 frames screenings TIFF NBA comics DirecTV Nickelodeon true crime game of thrones dragons Reality Competition transformers versus kong composers AMC adenture trophy high school Tags: Comedy space hispanic heritage month wonder woman feel good Funimation X-Men live event San Diego Comic-Con Mary poppins GIFs game show comic book movie tv talk anime YA History Hallmark genre harry potter TV Land Amazon Prime mockumentary Legendary leaderboard Mary Poppins Returns comic book movies WGN rotten movies we love ViacomCBS 20th Century Fox Awards vampires independent godzilla gangster Cosplay Disney Channel E3 dramedy USA Network documentary Apple TV+ disaster Spike Bravo See It Skip It psychological thriller E! ID dogs hollywood FX cults docuseries 2021 sopranos spain cooking cancelled TV series Arrowverse venice a nightmare on elm street President ABC Signature rotten 2019 USA breaking bad Trivia TV movies Shondaland scary posters renewed TV shows streaming movies Marvel Year in Review latino CNN comiccon suspense CBS obituary binge Trailer italian TV serial killer golden globe awards Biopics Best and Worst criterion revenge Image Comics First Reviews Mary Tyler Moore stand-up comedy Disney+ Disney Plus young adult black YouTube Premium Apple natural history werewolf indie twilight zombie golden globes Marathons debate spinoff elevated horror Character Guide basketball RT History Alien laika Amazon Studios joker directors Tomatazos award winner 2017 pirates of the caribbean Photos Warner Bros. TCA science fiction OneApp olympics universal monsters spider-man Comedy Central miniseries Anna Paquin Emmys IMDb TV Cannes nbcuniversal Academy Awards Epix BBC One free movies jurassic park supernatural Thanksgiving Showtime Holidays kaiju Star Trek fast and furious mob GoT RT21 blockbusters medical drama Star Wars LGBTQ boxing CBS All Access australia BBC Britbox Logo CMT know your critic The Walking Dead Rocketman A&E live action singing competition VICE art house Broadway 71st Emmy Awards Music movie razzies king kong cats target zero dark thirty Pop TV reviews anthology films Women's History Month Interview Teen Paramount period drama Tarantino news VH1 Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Grammys james bond finale sports Disney streaming service TLC Pirates slasher best SDCC Mystery Netflix Christmas movies TNT stoner Dark Horse Comics Drama social media foreign FX on Hulu heist movie Amazon Prime Video