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Usually February isn't a great time for new DVD and Blu-ray releases, but this year the major studios seem to have gone all out. Check out what's coming up, here.
While a huge chunk of the big budget movies are released around the holidays, January is a time when a lot of films are gaining awards notice, which means there are plenty of movies heading to Blu-ray before the Oscars air on February 28.
As a whole, horror can be a mixed bag, but while there were some duds, 2015 featured a ton of excellent exhibitions of what the genre has to offer, and here are our ten favorites for the year.
It's official, Guillermo del Toro's latest effort, Crimson Peak is a box office bomb. The film was hoping to recover it's costs and make a profit in China, but now that looks unlikely to happen without major edits. Read on to get the full story.
After two weekends at number one The Martian dropped low enough to let some of the usual October doldrum entries have a shot at number one. One of the 20th century's most popular children's book series got an adaptation and took the opportunity.
For as fantastical and horrifying Crimson Peak looks, there's a very real event that inspired a crucial element of the film.
Writer/director Guillermo del Toro will be unleashing his own vision of the gothic haunted house story this weekend with the release of Crimson Peak, and it’s inspired us to look back at the history of the subgenre and highlight some of the most creative and horrific that we’ve seen in decades past. Read on… if you dare!
Being a villain isn't as easy as it looks. Just ask Jessica Chastain, as she had some interesting insights into what made her performance in Crimson Peak as intense as it turned out to be.
For all of the scares and shock that Guillermo del Toro has packed into Crimson Peak, there's one thing that rules the characters above all else. Read on to see what del Toro feels is the ultimate taboo in film today.
After a few slow weeks with only a few new releases, we have a packed one scheduled this time around, folks. So let’s not waste any time diving right into them.
As you count the days until Guillermo Del Toro's Crimson Peak hits theaters, feel free to join us as we run down the top 5 films in his career.
Charlie Hunnam has opened up about his departure from Fifty Shades Of Grey, admitting that he wasn't mentally or emotionally prepared to star in the erotic drama.
"Normal" is not typically a word associated with the works of Guillermo del Toro, and it seems that trend will continue with his his upcoming haunted house thriller Crimson Peak. How do we know this? Because del Toro really even refuses to call it a "haunted house movie," instead seeing it as something much, much more.
You don’t look like you’ve been properly creeped out in a while, dear readers. Let’s change that, shall we?
The King of Horror has opened up on one of the most anticipated films of the year, and his high praise has only given us more to look forward to.
The trailer for the upcoming horror thriller from director, Guillermo del Toro, Crimson Peak has made its haunting, mind-blowing debut. From what we see, it's riddled with fantastic, horrifically creepy imagery put through the lens of a Victorian, steampunkish aesthetic style. This film certainly appears to have Del Toro back at his visually vicious best.
“Strange little movie,” eh? That could mean anything coming from del Toro, who has brought us monsters and robots, ghosts and goblins, and very nearly Hobbits as well.
Based on a script written by del Toro, Matthew Robbins and Lucinda Coxon, the film follows a young author (Mia Wasikowska) who gets married to a man (Charlie Hunnam) who turns out not to be who he appears to be. While it's unclear how they will fit into the plot, Hiddleston will be paired with Jessica Chastain in the story and the two of them will play a pair of aristocratic siblings.
There are few details available about the plot of the film, but it's been described as a gothic haunted house story about a young author (Wasikowska) who discovers that her husband is not who he seems to be. Cumberbatch and Chastain were going to play a pair of aristocratic siblings, though now it seems as though the Academy Award-nominated actress will have to find a new brother.
For those of you who were excited by the idea of seeing Emma Stone in a Guillermo del Toro movie, I have some bad news. While it seemed like the deal was all cinched up back in January, it turns out that the Easy A actress won't be able to star in the new haunted house horror Crimson Peak.