We really loved Cooties, and now we have an exclusive clip to prove to you why. In it, you can see the all-star cast of teachers—Elijah Wood, Alison Pill, Rainn Wilson, Jack McBrayer, Leigh Whannell, and Nasim Pedrad—trying to get to safety when their charges turn into zombies.
The summer movie season is over—but the biggest films of the year are still to come. This fall’s movies include some of the most long-awaited titles in history, but also some smaller films that could become instant classics. Here are the 30 movies you need to know about in the last four months of 2015.
Back at Comic-Con, we saw Cooties, the comedy horror movie set for a limited release in theaters and on-demand on September 18th. And it is a movie that rolls around in its genre’s tropes and gleefully splatters the audience with jokes and blood. It turns out that slaughtering children is amazingly fun.
The Flash casts a villain’s father—and films a new villain. The next season of Supernatural will have a car-bound bottle episode. A comic about a time traveling Nikola Tesla is heading to TV. Plus, new footage from both Ant-Man and Fantastic Four, Bill Prady talks Muppets, and more. Spoilers Get!
Here’s a twist on the zombie genre we haven’t seen before. In the horror comedy flick Cooties, only those who haven’t been hit by puberty can be infected by the zombie virus, forcing the teachers of this school to take a stand against their once-adorable students. Prep your cootie shot and watch the first trailer here.
Valentine's Day is this weekend. And whether or not you believe in spending $5.95 on Hallmark greetings, hopefully, you still believe in love. So for this week's Shooting Challenge, that's what we're celebrating: Love.
So far, it's been an exciting year for horror. Afflicted is a "damn fine film," The Babadook is a must see, and Only Lovers Left Alive is one of the most gorgeous horror films ever. 2014 is really shaping out to be a great year for horror, and it's not over yet. Here are several reasons to be thrilled about the future…
Sometimes it seems like every movie is either a sequel or a reboot. They remade Robocop and Godzilla. They're releasing sequels to the reboots of Spider-Man and Planet of the Apes. But there are still tons of original films in the pipeline. Here are over 50 forthcoming movies that aren't sequels, remakes or prequels.
In years past, the Sundance festival has helped to break the movies that we've wound up falling in love with. Movies like Robot & Frank and Upstream Color. So with this year's Sundance in full swing, which movies are you going to be hearing more about? We've rounded up some early reviews.
Welcome back to Morning Spoilers after an unscheduled break! In today's roundup, the future of X-Men: Days of Future Past is settled. Captain America gets a villain and Robopocalypse gets a star. There are new posters for The Wolverine and Hansel and Gretel. Matt Smith talks about the possibility of a Doctor…
This Lego Branded Bosch dish washer runs a special 104 degree cycle for rinsing away the dirt, grime, saliva, mud, bacteria, ebola, cooties, asbestos, lead paint chips, rat poison, peanut butter and jelly, and cigarette tar off of kid toys without melting the plastic. I gotta go wash my hands now.