Check out photos from The Raven, starring John Cusack as a re-imagined Edgar Allen Poe, searching for a killer who bases his murders on the author’s stories. The Raven hits theaters tomorrow.
This Weekend: Climb in the cage with Fightville, jam onstage, backstage and offstage with Marley, do some dangerous reading with The Moth Diaries and finally learn how to Think Like a Man.
The Cabin in the Woods isn’t as great as some are claiming, but Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard’s meta-horror film is still a bumpy ride worth taking.
Enter The Cabin in the Woods at your own risk, get sent to Detention, poke your eyes out with The Three Stooges and beware an old man’s fists of fury in Bad Ass.
Invite yourself to an American Reunion, come to the rescue of collegiate Damsels in Distress, track the elusive with The Hunter and make a deadly withdrawal at the ATM.
Seann William Scott delivers his most likable performance to date as a violence-prone hockey player in director Michael Dowse’s gloriously profane sports comedy.
This weekend: First they clashed, now feel the Wrath of the Titans, have a brawl and get pucky with Goon, take a stand with buzzy documentary Bully and keep the lights on with Intruders.
Gary Ross’ entertaining but ultimately somewhat empty adaptation only skims the surface of Suzanne Collins’ passionate, ferocious and deeply disturbing novel.
Pledge yourself to The Hunger Games, kick and punch your way through The Raid: Redemption, have an affair with The Deep Blue Sea and await the end of the world with 4:44 Last Day on Earth.
Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum make for an excellent on-screen odd couple in — surprise! — the year’s first must-see comedy.
Get frisked by the 21 Jump Street reboot, habla espanol with Will Ferrell in Casa de mi Padre, get our of your mother’s basement and embrace your destiny with Jeff, Who Lives at Home and Adrien Brody gets you educated in Detachment.
Disney’s entertaining adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ century-old novel stops at about 6.5 on the crazy scale when it should’ve gone way past 11.
Go from the Civil war to Mars with John Carter, get haunted by Silent House, freak out at the idea of adulthood with Friends with Kids and go vigilante with Seeking Justice.
Excited about The Hunger Games? Like, REALLY excited? Check out the new website that’s just gone up for the film. It’s pretty slick.