Sometimes a movie sparks everybody's imagination months before it comes out. When a film gets talked about, that's usually a good thing — and it's an even better thing when it becomes the subject of memes and ideas. Unless those memes totally misrepresent what the movie's about, and wind up killing all interest in…
Matt Reeves, director of Cloverfield and the U.S. remake of Let The Right One In, is in final talks to direct the new Twilight Zone movie. And he could be making it as soon as next summer. But it won't be what you might be expecting from a film adaptation of Rod Serling's television series.
This was a year of hard lessons. Movie attendance and ticket sales fell. Television shows struggled and died. Book publishers faced an electronic future. And through it all, some great works of the imagination thrived. What did 2010 teach us?
This year's best movies played with genres in ways that changed their audiences' perceptions. Video-game movies, action movies, heist movies and superhero movies — they all had dazzling reinventions. Here are the 10 best and worst SF/fantasy movies of 2010.
There's a lot of interesting reads in your comic shop this week, such as reprints of classic Planetary crossovers, the return of Odin in Matt Fraction's Thor, the 100th issue of Fables, and much more!
It's official: U.S. audiences decided not to let in Let Me In. The U.S. remake of the Swedish vampire classic crashed and burned. But most other domestic horror remakes have been critical or box-office failures. Check out our damning statistics.
We knew Let Me In's vampire girl had super-strength, but did you know that she can control minds as well? In our exclusive interview with the film's star, Kodi Smit-McPhee, he reveals how Abbey plays with his character's mind.
I don't know what's more astonishing: that Hammer Films is giving horror publishing a major jolt of life with its new deal with Arrow Books/Random House. Or that literary superstar Jeanette Winterson is writing the first title, a novella. [Guardian]
Let Me In, the unusual story of a child vampire and the human boy she comes to love, is moody and quiet. It's a movie whose horror slowly creeps up on you, leaving a profound feeling of disturbance behind.
The new Superman movie is roaring ahead — The Dark Knight director Christopher Nolan, who's producing, reportedly has five potential directors in mind, and he's meeting with them now. So who's in line to revamp the Man Of Tomorrow?
We finally learn something about J.J. Abrams's top secret movie project, with two great actors cast. There are new videos and photos out for Fringe, The Walking Dead, Supernatural, Smallville, Caprica, The Sarah Jane Adventures, and so much more! Spoiler-ha!
The star of Mad Men might be a serious candidate to play the new Man of Steel. Warner Bros. might have found the right star for Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity. Plus lots of spoilers for Fringe, Chuck, Clone Wars, and more!
The end of The Hobbit might be changed to give Bilbo a chance to show off his newfound bravery. Kick-Ass 2 will feature rival gangs of superheroes and supervillains. Plus a bonanza of Syfy spoilers, Doctor Who, Fringe, and more!
Let The Right One In wasn't just your average vampire horror film. At its heart, the Swedish indie was about the characters and their complicated relationships. Thankfully, the latest batch of clips from the American remake proves it understands this.
Chloë Moretz will return as Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass 2, no matter how much taller she gets. See some photos her as a vampire in Let Me In. Plus spoilers for The Hunger Games, Fringe, Chuck, Supernatural, True Blood and more!