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  • Insurgent
    Dear, Hollywood: Please stop splitting movies into Part I and Part II
    We have all seen it. The last novel of a popular franchise cinematically split into Part I and Part II even though the novel the film is based on doesn’t support two movies. We can all blame the last Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows for...
  • Fifty Shades of Grey
    Of human bondage: Movie review of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
    For a movie with a title that has become a popular punchline, it wasn’t that bad. Despite the sarcasm about middle-age mommies with sexy times on the brain Fifty Shades of Grey is an event movie aimed at a female audience which overall is a...
  • DVD review: Afflicted: A unique approach to the vampire genre
    DVD review: Afflicted: A unique approach to the vampire genre
    The horror genre is one of the most popular among movie lovers. However, it is one of the most difficult to keep fresh and relevant. Filmmakers are constantly in search of new ways to induce scares and chills as their audience views their material...
  • Fifty Shades of Grey
    'Fifty Shades of Grey' Movie Review
    “Mr. Grey will see you now” is not only meant for the naïve Anastasia Steele but for the women who will flock to see ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ with their girlfriends. This film is tailor-made for soccer moms across Middle...
  • Nikki Reed hosts Catdance Film Festival during Sundance 2015
    Sundance 2015 Exclusive Nikki Reed interview at Catdance Film Festival
    Actor and Animal Advocate Nikki Reed (“Twilight”) hosted the third annual Catdance Film Festival during the 2015 Sundance Film Festivalin Park City, Utah, last weekend. To take you there, enjoy our exclusive red carpet interview with...
  • DVD review: The Giver: As bland as the utopian future it illustrates
    DVD review: The Giver: As bland as the utopian future it illustrates
    There is a focus now more than ever in modern movie making to cultivate the young adult target audience and bring stories to the screen to cater to that dynamic. The success of films like Twilight and The Hunger Games have given rise to a...
  • The Book of Life
    Not like the game: Book review ‘The Book of Life’ by Deborah Harkness
    The Book of Life marks the end of Deborah Harkness’ All Souls Trilogy. I was never a fan of Matthew’s and Diana’s grown up version (not quite Fifty Shades of Grey territory) Edward and Bella style romance but enjoyed the universe...
  • Robert Pattinson hairdo: Long locks are gone, strip of hair at back of shaved head
    Robert Pattinson hairdo: 'Twilight' star shaves back of head, leaves hair strip
    A new Robert Pattinson hairdo has some fans raising their eyebrows at the former “Twilight” star’s strange selection of haircut. Although he looks handsome as ever from the front, the actor shaved the back of his head almost...
  • 'Something's Gotta Give' (2003) original movie poster, dir. Nancy Meyers
    Top 5 scariest movies: romantic comedy edition
    Michael Myers? Boring. Freddy Krueger? Yawn. We’ve all seen the horror greats enough times to rival the body counts left behind by our favorite villains. If you’re up for a real scare this Halloween, challenge yourself. Don’t...
  • Dracula Untold
    'Dracula Untold' review: Fright Knight
    Directed by: Gary ShoreStarring: Luke Evans, Dominic Cooper, Sarah Gadon, and Charles DanceThe Plot: With what seems like the entire Turkish army up his royal tukas a Romanian Prince (Luke Evans) makes a deal with the Dark Lord (Charles Dance) to...
  • Kristen Stewart : Look of the Day
    Kristen Stewart : Look of the Day
    Kristen Stewart donned a Chanel LBD at the red carpet premiere of 'Clouds of Sil Maria' at the 52nd New York Film Festival. The Twilight star was joined by French actress Juliette Binoche who also wore a monochrome look.Kristen's long...
  • Kristen Stewart: Look of the Day
    Kristen Stewart: Look of the Day
    Kristen Stewart showed off her new pixie haircut at the 'Camp X-Ray' premiere in New York City. The Twilight star wore a sheer J.Mendel multicolor dress on the red carpet. Kristen's haircut was styled by Giannandrea who spoke about the...
  • Stephenie Meyer
    Lions Gate, Stephenie Meyer, Facebook giving 'Twilight' fans more
    Never tell Facebook what they can and can’t do; they’ll do it anyway. It seems the social networking site is taking on a little touch of Netflix lately with the Oct. 1 announcement that Lions Gate and Stephenie Meyer are teaming up...
  • “Twilight” saga Returns with Short Films
    “Twilight” saga Returns with Short Films
    They say vampires live forever, and now the beloved characters of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen from the “Twilight” franchise will live on. Lionsgate, the studio that produced the blockbuster movies, announced plans to finance five...
  • The Storytellers - New Voices of The Twilight Saga
    Stephenie Meyer and Lionsgate team up to release new 'Twilight' movies
    Yes, it's true -- more Twilight Saga movies are coming.Lionsgate and Twilight author Stephenie Meyer announced today a plan to produce a series of short films based on characters from the Twilight universe. The films will be based on...