Whether or not J.A. Bayona’s new film A Monster Calls ends up being any good, we can say one thing for sure: it’s going to be beautiful. And, let’s be honest, if this trailer is any indication, it’ll probably be exceedingly good, too.
A Monster Calls es la nueva película del director español Juan Antonio Bayona, que se basa en la novela literaria del mismo nombre. En este film un niño buscará la amistad en un monstruo fantástico para ayudarlo a enfrentar sus problemas personales, y en su primer tráiler luce tan emotiva como maravillosa.
A truly great fantasy fairy tale movie is a rare thing. In the ‘80s, films like The Dark Crystal, The Neverending Story and Labyrinth made the cut. Guillermo del Toro’s early films, The Devil’s Backbone and Pan’s Labyrinth, are worthy additions. And next year, we may need to add a new one to the pantheon.
Darkman — the tale of a sweet scientist who becomes a vigilante, hiding his scarred face behind bandages and masks — came out in 1990, showcasing the talents of up-and-comers Sam Raimi and Liam Neeson. It was the perfect blend of superhero tale and monster movie. And it’s only gotten better with age.
When did this happen? When did every week bring news that another actor was appearing in Ted 2? By the end of the year, dead people are going to announce their cameos. I swear, this'll be the only 2015 release to feature Marlon Brando, the original Lassie, and the ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz.
The movie version of William Gibson's ground-breaking book Neuromancer is apparently moving forward — the production company GFM Films put up a page devoted to the film, including this piece of new concept art.
If you had any doubt that Battleship wasn't going to be popcorn-binging highly watchable summertime garbage, let these eight clips from the movie convince you.
Every summer, there's at least one huge-budget film that squanders $200 million or so on boring action, unfunny jokes, weird racial stereotypes and bloated special effects sequences. And apparently this summer, it's officially Battleship. The "wet Transformers" movie has come out a whole month early in the U.K., which…
We sat down with Wrath of the Titans director Jonathan Liebesman to talk Greek garb, monocular beasts, and changing the Grecian spectacle of Clash into the gritty monster mash that is Wrath. Plus, find out what's it like working with Liam Neeson and Ralph Fiennes on an action flick. Some spoilers ahead!
Without a doubt, the most underrated ghost movie on this planet is the delightful comedy/horror flick High Spirits. The film follows a group of misfit hotel employees (led by Peter O'Toole) who try to attempt to save their ancient castle hotel by advertising it as the most haunted castle on the emerald isle.
Watch Liam Neeson make his big holographic debut, as the new narrator for the The War of the Worlds musical, replacing the voice of Richard Burton. The show, based on the HG Wells classic, is getting a total technological overhaul — including a 100-foot wide CG animation wall, a hologram of Lian Neeson playing the…
It doesn't have Samuel L. Jackson, but it's got Brooklyn Decker and explosions. Well played! And Liam Neeson is pretty much always bad ass, even in bad movies.
Qui-Gon Jinn may be dead, but he's not gone. Liam Neeson is bringing back the Master Jedi on Star Wars: Clone Wars by voicing the CG character (who appears in Obi-Wan's visions). Watch his return now!
On paper, the indie flick After.Life sounds terrific. Liam Neeson plays an undertaker who may be crazy, or may be a supernatural creature who helps the restless dead like Christina Ricci accept their fates. Unfortunately it feels rote. Spoilers!
Must-see movies are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale. Written by James Rocchi.
Vitals: A brilliant scientist (Liam Neeson) runs afoul of a crime lord — and, after…