Director Kevin Smith brings little comic energy to this buddy caper starring Tracy Morgan and Bruce Willis. Published February 26 2010
Talk of a sequel to 'Paranormal Activity' typifies what's wrong with Hollywood today. Published February 25 2010
Hard to imagine a vigilante movie could be much worst than this stinker Published February 24 2010
The man who gave us 'Clerks' hasn't been the same since his cheeky debut Published February 22 2010
Martin Scorsese's latest teaming with Leonardo DiCaprio proves to be their weakest effort Published February 18 2010
It seems no toy can't be made into a franchise-in-waiting. Published February 17 2010
Fans of mind bending horror will be in heaven with this indie release Published February 15 2010
Universal revives a classic movie monster with mixed results Published February 12 2010
Sony is releasing a new Blu-ray player which can handle 3-D discs ... soon Published February 11 2010
'The Cove,' released on DVD last year, will soon be available in Japan Published February 9 2010
Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau re-team for this middling vacation romp Published February 8 2010
The mind behind the new thriller 'Frozen' offers some tough love for horror fans Published February 6 2010
The mind behind 'Hatchet' delivers a chiller set on a deserted ski mountain Published February 5 2010
George A. Romero, the man who gave us 'Night of the Living Dead,' is honored by fearnet.com Published February 4 2010
The Academy Award nominations offer few big surprises this year Published February 2 2010
An 80s horror movie homage outdoes the source material Published February 2 2010
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