Remember when The Avengers came out, and it was just so gleefully jam-packed with crazy shit? Like, they shook the bag until every last thing fell out? The Mortal Instruments is like that, except for teen urban fantasy. This movie has everything in it, and it will make you laugh until you pass out.
There's actual forward motion on the new Terminator film, which Megan Ellison and her brother David have been trying to get off the ground for a while. According to Deadline, two new screenwriters have been hired to collaborate on the project... and they're kind of a weird pairing.
Remember the lunacy that was Nic Cage's Drive Angry? It's coming out on DVD, and we've got an inside look at the special features, including this hilarious killing scoreboard of all his kills, Deathrace 2000-style.
As much as we loved Nic Cage's tragic, Paradise Lost, anti-hero John Milton, the real star of the show was the devil's Accountant played by Will Fichtner.
What would the cover of exploitation gem Drive Angry look like if it got a special Criterion release? The Fake Criterion Collection takes on the greatest bad movies and translates them into gorgeously hilarious art pieces. Here are our favorites.
Drive Angry is one of those delightfully tasteless movies that turns dumb, gross fun into true artistry. This horror flick is like the three-headed devil child of David Lynch and Rob Zombie - it was crafted with loving care by film nerds who love exploitation movies, and every blood-soaked minute is pure, unhinged…
Still debating on whether or not you can stomach another Nic Cage movie? Well if Drive Angry's gun sex/fight scene didn't convince you, take a gander at the latest collection of Cage clips.
We might know who Joseph-Gordon Levitt is playing in The Dark Knight Rises, and it's a lot more believable than Robin or the Riddler...and yet another Inception star could be joining the movie. Bryan Singer explains how X-Men: First Class connects to his earlier films, plus Michael Fassbender talks Magneto and Ridley…
Which great moments from cinema's past would be better in 3D? We asked director Patrick Lussier, who's helmed two 3D movies — My Bloody Valentine and the upcoming Drive Angry 3D — what classic movie moments he thought, as a 3D connoisseur, would be improved by 3D.
What does February have in store for you? Tons of popcorn movies, including Drive Angry and I Am Number Four. Plus a new urban fantasy from Doctor Who scribe Ben Aaronovitch! DVDs! Books! Television — and loads of conventions!
Ever since we saw the gunfight sex scene from Nic Cage's bat-out-of-hell-screwing-shooting-vengeance flick Drive Angry, we've wanted to know more. Now the director Patrick Lussier is cracking open Nic Cage's own personal Hell for us. And chatting about the Hellraiser-reboot.
New set photos confirm Spider-Man is going back to his mechanical web-shooters. Christian Bale is up for a fourth Christopher Nolan Batman movie. Chris Hemsworth addresses the "Hawkeye in Thor" rumors. Plus The Hobbit, Looper, Prometheus, and so much more!
More evidence that Drive Angry could be the weirdest film in cinematic history. Here is a clip of Nic Cage having sex while in a gun fight. He doesn't even flinch (or take off his clothes).
We know two of the Autobots that are in Transformers 3 - and one that really, really isn't. Tron Legacy's director will take us to the end of the world. The Star Wars TV show is a budgeter's nightmare. Spoilerzilla!
Did an actor just imply he's the Avengers villain? Captain America discusses how his shield and uniform change with his situation. The Let Me In director explains changing cultural context. Plus the first look at Caprica, Priest, and Drive Angry!
A gorgeous pic shows us Tron Legacy's virtual landscape. The producer of Transformers 3 discusses the challenges of changing leading ladies. Doctor Who set pics include your first glimpse of Michael "Dumbledore" Gambon. Plus tons of posters. Spoilericious!
We waded through the masses to pick out the greatest hits from Comic Con's exhibition hall. Check out our gallery, including video that lets you step into one of our favorite booths.
Check out the new concept art from Drive Angry 3D - it looks like an 80s metal album cover, and that's a good thing. Who doesn't love Satanic car action?