Emma Stone supposedly has a sex tape, but it has yet to be released. Bummer?
With a hilarious director and a laundry list of A-listers, we’re pretty sure that this is going to be hilarious…as well as offensive.
British actor Andrew Garfield is returning to play Spider-Man and his alt-ego Peter Parker again. No word if Emma Stone is back, too.
You may not have the web-slinging abilities of Peter Parker to help you win Emma Stone’s heart, but that’s alright. We’ve got you covered with the next best thing, her 20 hottest photos.
Sean Penn and Ryan Gosling get deep in the underbelly of organized crime in 1940’s Los Angeles in Gangster Squad.
The Crazy, Stupid, Love star hosts for the second time with Coldplay holding down musical duties.
Death, Crime and Racism: This weekend brings us the horrors of Final Destination 5, the raunchiness of 30 Seconds or Less and the would-be wit of The Help.
The penultimate month of summer comes to a close with Cowboys & Aliens, Attack the Block, Crazy, Stupid, Love, The Devil’s Double and Good Neighbors.
You read The Scarlet Letter in high school. Now here’s The Scarlet Letter set in a high school.
We know that when you want a good, hearty zombie movie, you want it — nay, need it — now. Here are a few titles available on Netflix Instant that can immediately satisfy your zombie movie cravings whenever you get that aching hunger in your belly.
Is Easy A, a comedy about a girl who fakes losing her virginity, better than the sum of it’s parts? Read our review.
This week’s new movies include The Town, Easy A, Devil and more. Check our quick reviews.
The Virginity Hit drops this week, and I figured it’d be sweet to take a dive back through cinema history and give props to the hottest girls in the history of teen movies.
This week’s new releases lead with The Losers, the second comic book adaptation in as many weeks. Plus J-Lo gets sperminated, Troll 2 gets feted and three Korean cowboys kick ass.
It’s not so often that I’m psyched enough about a movie to, you know, read about it on the Internet. Usually I just watch a trailer, get semi-frothed, and go see it. But man, am I alone in thinking that Zombieland might just be what the world needs to get us out of the Goddamned horror remake slump?…