To celebrate the release of The Hangover III on Blu-ray/DVD, we bring you the seven most sinfully delicious films featuring Las Vegas.
The producers of Face/Off have really taken things too far. Somethings the human eye just can’t unsee. Reader beware.
We don’t think Japan had any idea what they were getting into when they called upon the insanity of Nic Cage talent.
Nothing starts the day off quite like the insanity of Cage. Prepare for an eyegasm.
In case you missed Nicolas Cage’s guest cameo in Gone With The Wind, we’ve got the deleted scene for you.
With The Expendable 2 arriving this week, Stallone and his producers are already looking toward the next installment with some interesting casting and plotting choices.
Ever wanted to hear Mickey Mouse describing acts of light bondage? Have we got the video for you.
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.
Nicolas Cage brings the weird and then some in this astonishing curiosity piece about a New York yuppie who thinks he’s becoming a real creature of the night.
The sequel that no one wanted is loud, chaotic and dumb — and feverishly, brazenly, unapologetically so, thanks to the filmmaking bravado of Neveldine/Taylor and weirdo theatrics of Nicolas Cage.
This weekend: Spy vs Spy in This Means War, Nic Cage is back with Marvel Comics’ Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, Thin Ice: the name says it all and the Oscar nominated football documentary, Undefeated.
Nicolas Cage, Nicole Kidman and director Joel Schumacher slum through this by-the-numbers home invasion flick.
Nicolas Cage and Ron Perlman hack and slash their way through the Crusades in this preposterous supernatural thriller.