Quoth The Raven, feel Safe from harm with Jason Statham, celebrate The Five Year Engagement and meet nice-guy, murderer, Jack Black, Bernie.
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.
The lurid tales of Edgar Allan Poe are brought to life – and death – in this gothic thriller. A madman begins committing horrific murders inspired by Poe’s darkest works, a young detective joins forces with Poe in a quest to get inside the killer’s mind.
Edgar Allan Poe as Sherlock Holmes? A fictionalized account of the last days of Poe’s life, in which the poet pursues a serial killer whose murders mirror those in the writer’s stories.
John Cusack and friends go back to the ’80s in this surprisingly witty comedy where all you need to get a second chance at life is the ability to travel through time.
This week’s new DVD/Blu-Ray releases:movies with long names! Hot Tub Time Machine, Percy Jackson And The Olympians: The Lightning Thief, and more.
Take a hilarious trip back to the 1980s and relive all the sex, drugs, bad hair and spandex in this red band trailer for Hot Tub Time Machine.
If you were thinking about renting a nice disaster movie like 2012 this weekend, you should read this to see if you’re making the right choice.
Nick “The Zone” Falzone is an air traffic controller at New York TRACON, where it’s busy 24 hours a day. He’s acknowledged as the best, until quiet guy Russell Bell arrives on the scene from the Southwest. Russell and his wife Mary don’t quite fit into the close-knit community of controllers and their wives, and a rivalry soon builds.
Hot Tub Time Machine is about a group of guys who travel back in time to when they were younger cads. Directed by Steve Pink, starring Chevy Chase, John Cusack, Lyndsy Fonseca, Rob Corddry and Craig Robinson. In theaters March 19, 2010.
It’s another week of movies to bring home to your well-stocked cinema library, and this batch of new releases has a little something for everyone – from apocalyptic doom-glooming to trashy exploitation ass-kicking. Under the jump, my quick thoughts on the…