When we watch a movie, our brains react to it immediately in a way similar to other people's brains.
Apple is at least considering a system to allow customers to sell or lend their iTunes content.
Netflix has signed a deal with Walt Disney Studios that gives the company the first license to show Disney's first-run, live-action and animated films.
Mountain View is currently rolling out its full Play platform to Google TV devices.
An extra on the Prometheus Blu-ray indicates that Sir Peter Weyland once knew Dr. Eldon Tyrell.
One of the most iconic genre films of the 1980s was the original Robocop. True, the sequels weren't that great, but the first is still one of my all-time favorite sci-fi films.
With The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises, genre movies are back and bigger than ever. Or are they?
Dolby's invented a new sound system so realistic, it says, that it'll scare the life out of movie-goers.
There have been several movie prop auctions in recent memory that turned up incredible stuff for the genre movie buffs with lots of cash.
It’s been over a year since Sam Raimi, the famous creator of the Evil Dead franchise, purchased the film rights to The Day of the Triffids.
One aspect we haven’t really seen in the various trailers, teasers and photos from Universal's Snow White and the Huntsman is the film's interpretation or portrayal of dwarves.
2012 is going to be a huge year for geek movies, especially with The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, John Carter of Mars, new Quentin Tarantino and more.
The world of video games can best be described as somewhat manic depressive. One day it's going like gangbusters, and the next it's fallen off a jagged precipice into a downward spiral.
Several of the biggest movie camera manufacturers have stopped making film-based devices as directors embrace a new generation of digital cameras.
Like it or not, until one of them really flops, movies based on games are what Hollywood's intent on making at the moment.
Considering the cash cow the Harry Potter franchise continues to be, the news that Warner Brothers is pulling the movies off the market definitely surprises me.
Remember when the world was supposed to end this past summer, but didn’t?
In rock and metal, usually the best guitar solos were improvised on the spot, and it's practically impossible to recapture that moment the same way again.
Facebook's teamed up with Miramax to launch an app allowing users to stream movies for as little as $3 a pop.
Netflix may have annoyed thousands by raising its rates, but Amazon just clinched a lucrative deal that will allow customers to stream a number of movies from Universal Pictures.