For the third year in a row, Paranormal Activity is the cleverest trick and the tastiest treat at the movies.
With the film about retired UFC star Matt Hamill set to hit theaters next week, Spencer Kyte sits down with the film’s writer and producer to discuss its journey to the screen.
CMJ Thursday: Heavy hit up 285 Kent for the JM/R showcase with Hoop Dreams, Dustin Wong and Woodsman.
Charles Bronson strikes down upon the wicked with great vengeance and furious anger in this classic revenge flick.
Emmy Rossum has a resume mile long: movies, television, albums, opera performances… ah, screw it. Just check out her 20 hottest photos, we know that’s what you really want.
Halloween gets a pre-show weekend with Paranormal Activity 3, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Retreat and Margin Call.
In Part Two, the conversation shifts to the company’s two UFC middleweight contenders, Mark Munoz and Chael Sonnen.
The fifth episode of the UFC’s reality show pulls in 1.6 million viewers for a 1.2 rating.
Capcom’s second 3DS Resident Evil title will be here soon enough and there’s going to be some differences in the series’ storyline. Check out what to expect RE at this year’s NY Comic Con.
Every day Heavy puts on the lab coats, fine tunes the algorithms and scours the interweb for the best editorial and hottest photo galleries. The result? The Hot List.
We continue unveiling the roster for the upcoming UFC Undisputed 3 game. Today, we’re taking a look at the home of the best fighter on the planet.
MMAFighting.com’s Ben Fowlkes continues his “My First Fight” series with the always-entertaining Jason Miller.
CMJ Wednesday night: Heavy went to Stadiums and Shrines’ showcase at The End featuring Pressed And, Noah Wall, Megafortress, Gem Club and RXRY.
If you haven’t seen a “living picture”, you’ll want to take a look at this revolutionary new camera. It allows you and others to refocus an image after it has been taken so you never miss any of the action.
In the latest edition of our Business of MMA series, we talk to the team that represents Urijah Faber, Joseph Benavidez, Anthony Pettis, and others.