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POWER RANGERS: Here Is Elizabeth Banks As The New Rita Repulsa

People magazine had our first look at Elizabeth Banks as the villain RIta Repulsa in the upcoming Power Rangers reboot.  "I've never played a villain before," Banks tells PEOPLE in this week's issue, adding that she's looking forward to "world...

Critical Distance: In Praise Of The Ridiculous

The Academy Awards do not have a category for ' best achievement in ridiculousness,' but if they did, Gods of Egypt would be a shoo-in next year. I don't mean the description "ridiculous" like Adam Sandler probably intends it in...

Review: GODS OF EGYPT, Unworthy Of Praise

More video game than movie, the primary positive takeaway from the new digitally-driven mythology-based Gods of Egypt would have to be, as the uneducated gamers often refer to cinematic visual effects, “good graphics.” This is irritating sand in the eye...

New GODS OF EGYPT Trailer Still Looks Pretty Ridiculous

Perhaps mindful of recent accusations of 'whitewashing' its cast, a new trailer for Gods of Egypt puts the emphasis on the wildly colorful production design, to the point that I wonder if the whole thing was shot on an empty...

Review: THE LAST WITCH HUNTER, A Brightly Burning Candle

A good, fun ride for what it is, The Last Witch Hunter is the kind of movie that starts to fall apart as soon as the credits roll. Perhaps the closest, easiest comparison is to Tommy Wirkola's Hansel & Gretel:...

AnarchyVision: Jason Gorber Talks DRACULA UNTOLD, KILL THE MESSENGER, And Turkey Day Movies

We take a bite this week into Dracula Untold, find Kill the Messenger doesn't live up to the importance of its story, and talk turkey about Planes, Trains and Automobiles and Eraserhead in celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving.Video embedded below...

Review: DRACULA UNTOLD Reimagines A Reluctant Vampire Action Hero

Surprisingly effective, the latest iteration of the Dracula legacy seeks to rebuild vampire-movie mythology by going back to the beginning. First published in 1897, Bram Stoker's novel inspired F.W. Murnau's unofficial adaptation Nosferatu in 1922, which then sparked a series...