There aren’t a ton of truly great movies that feature zombies. The list is short but distinguished: the works of George Romero, Lucio Fulci, 28 Days Later, and a few others. But now we need to add The Girl With All the Gifts to the list. It’s the rare zombie film that innovates the genre with skill and excitement.
The Girl With All The Gifts by M.R. Carey was easily one of our favorite novels published last year — and Joss Whedon agreed with us. So it's fantastic news that this book is becoming a movie called She Who Brings Gifts, starring Glenn Close.
One of the oddest films about mental illness to come along in awhile, this pitch black comedy from Marjane Satrapi (Persepolis) follows the downward spiral of Jerry (Ryan Reynolds), a fellow driven to violence by the voices in his head… which seem to be emanating from his pets. Some spoilers follow.
Well, this looks weird as all get out. And all the more fabulous for it. Here's the trailer for The Voices, starring Ryan Reynolds as Jerry, whose shoulder angel and devil are represented by his dog and cat, respectively.
If you're in San Francisco — or feel like making a road trip — you can be among the first to see Byzantium, the new vampire movie from Neil Jordan. It stars Saoirse Ronan and Gemma Arterton as two vampires who come to a coastal town, unleashing mayhem and bloody confusion.
We've seen more than our share of vampire romances, but the passionate relationship at the center of Neil Jordan's Byzantium is not between lovers, but between a 200-year-old vampire and her bloodsucking mother.
We're exceptionally excited to see the first ever clip from director Neil Jordan's (High Spirits, Interview with the Vampire) return to the vampire genre, Byzantium. The film stars the insanely gorgeous Gemma Arterton and she-with-the-eyes-that-haunt, Saoirse Ronan. Both will be playing vampires. Heck yeah! Here's…
We have an early contender for the most ridiculous movie of 2013: Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters. Delayed from summer 2012 because this film would have looked like a sillier version of Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, it's now coming out in January. And holy crap, does this look ridiculous.
The first images of Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the grown up Hansel & Gretel are out. Clearly, their past run-in with the cannibalistic witch damaged these storybook siblings a bit, because the adult versions look ready to kill.
Is this the new Ellen Ripley? Rumors are starting to spread over an interview that actress Gemma Arterton gave regarding Ridley Scott's Alien prequel. Will Bond's oil-coated Quantum of Solace conquest be playing the new Ripley?