POSTED // Nov 2,2012 - In the realm of fantasy fiction, they call it “world-building”: the appeal of an entirely distinct universe, perhaps based on some future of our own world, perhaps set somewhere and sometime else entirely.
POSTED // Nov 2,2012 - Director Robert Zemeckis has spent a decade focused entirely on photo-realistic computer animation like The Polar Express and A Christmas Carol. With Flight—his first live-action feature since Cast Away in 2000
POSTED // Oct 19,2012 - You’ve seen those TV ads for the Paranormal Activity movies in which night-visioned moviegoers jump and scream at the latest PA flick they were lucky enough to get an advanced showing of.
POSTED // Oct 12,2012 - Maybe you don’t know the name Martin McDonagh yet. Maybe even if you saw his 2008 feature debut, In Bruges, you didn’t register the filmmaker. But please put this guy on your list of the most brilliantly inventive comic filmmakers in the world.
POSTED // Oct 5,2012 - In 1984, a 25-year-old Disney animator named Tim Burton made a 29-minute live-action short film called Frankenweenie. The charming, lively story found a suburban schoolboy named Victor Frankenstein
POSTED // Oct 5,2012 - If there’s one important lesson we can all learn from Taken 2, it’s this: Albanian sex-slavers are people, too, OK? Their mothers love them, and if you kill them, their fathers/bosses will hunt you down and kill you in return.