Several months back, the word of mouth on The Conjuring was pretty good, and the trailer looked pretty scary too. But we had no idea it would actually do better at the box office than Pacific Rim and The Lone Ranger.
2012 had only a few truly disappointing films, so ranking them all becomes a tough call in some cases.
It's always fun to read best and worst lists at the end of the year, and the worst lists are often the most enjoyable.
It’s great that there are still amazing make-up artists in the business like Rick Baker despite the wide prevalence of CGI in Hollywood.
It's been a year of major ups and downs at the movies, where the winners and losers were pretty clear.
Whenever someone says they’re tried of genre remakes and reboots, it’s definitely preaching to the converted, but what can any of us do?
Even though Hollywood often seems like it is out of ideas, there are still plenty of franchises in the vaults waiting to be reborn, and then rebooted a scant 10 years later.
Everybody in Hollywood loves to act as if taking risks is a great thing.
Yes, it’s great when taking a risk really pays off and makes a ton of money.
We all knew from the tracking reports that The Avengers would be a big movie, but the film has actually been insanely successful.
As bad as the economy's been lately, and as much as there are a lot of people who need a gig, I'm really quite thankful I don't work at Universal.
There should definitely be a lot of showbiz punditry surrounding Pixar's Brave.
Several weeks ago, we ran a report that John Carter, which died a horrible death at the box office, got a little boost with some help from The Avengers.
John Carter came out on DVD and Blu-ray on June 5, and while there's no word yet how it's doing, there are many out there who liked the movie and want to see it get a second chance.
John Carter comes to Blu-ray on June 5th. Here’s a chance to win a copy for yourself.
Whenever someone drops a bomb, there's usually fall out. When John Carter tanked, the chairman of Disney got the boot, and who knows what the long-term repercussions over Battleship are going to be at Universal.
As you read often here on TG, everyone loves to be an armchair quarterback when it comes to genre movies.
We're not even halfway through the year and already the second biggest cliffhanger at the box office is over.
It must have been an anxiety filled year for Taylor Kitsch.
Reaction to The Avengers has been the exact polar opposite of John Carter, which is really quite a shame because genre fans really did enjoy the movie in spite of its less than stellar reviews and dreadful box office returns.
If you were around in the 1970’s, you may recall there was a lot of anger near the close of the decade when a lot of movies were going over budget.