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We scour the interwebs for the coolest movie news and more so you don't have to ...
Because why not, really? Mel Gibson, Robert Downey Jr., Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen and eight other famous-types go back in time almost 100 years and get their mug shots taken in grainy sepia tones.
Did you leave the theater this weekend befuddled, bemused and slightly bewildered by "Looper"? If so, you might be jonesing for a fresh follow-up that scratches your sci-fi itch. Hollywood Crush offers up their list of literary faves lending their own twist to the well-worn time-travel trope.
October is shaping up to be a great month to go to the movies, with plots running the gamut from historical hostage crises to a dog who's returned from the grave. BuzzSugar wants to know which new release you've already marked your calendar for.
"Sinister" stars Ethan Hawke as a guy who finds a bunch of movie reels in the attic and ... well, nothing good usually comes of "found footage," does it? Screen Junkies puts the pieces together with a list of the five greatest found footage films of all time.
The Reaper is dealing out a full house of movie kills that are so horribly cheesy, they’ve crossed the threshold into greatness. Heavy gets into the Halloween spirit (or something) with a NSFW compilation of the seven worst/awesomest movie death scenes ever.
Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" raises a lot of questions, though one of the most pressing has to be: Can you really make booze out of paint thinner? Vulture consults a real-life moonshiner to see whether Joaquin Phoenix's Freddie Quell is actually brewing in reality.