There’s great nostalgia for the Amblin films of the ‘80’s, especially Back to the Future and Goonies. Gremlins was a big hit in its time, and outraged parents with its gooey creature FX, which by today’s standards are nothing, but it helped create the PG-13 rating.
It’s a trip to think that the movie adaptation of Jurassic Park is twenty years behind us now.
This is a great time for genre TV. Not only is Game of Thrones back for its third season, The Walking Dead also had a triumphant return, not to mention Bates Motel and Hannibal have also been getting good reviews as well.
Development moves forward on the television adaptation of the Stephen King novel.
There have been rumors about a fourth Jurassic Park movie for quite some time now.
It’s a really remarkable time for Steven Spielberg. Lincoln just picked up a Best Picture nomination, and the Hollywood veteran was also nominated for Best Director.
With the resurrection of Star Wars, possible lists of directors have shown up all over the 'Net, yet right now it’s just fanboy wishful thinking.
Now that we know there will be three more Star Wars movies, the speculation’s been flying fast and furious about who could possibly direct them.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of E.T., which hit theaters during the incredible genre summer of 1982.
Even though we haven’t had a Jurassic Park movie in ten years, it’s remarkable how much nostalgia for the first film remains.
This is going to be a very busy fall for veteran Hollywood director Steven Spielberg.
Jmes Cameron directing Jurassic Park? The mind boggles. It would have been a perfect novel for him to adapt, right?
The other day I saw a preview for the Jaws Blu-ray, and I have to say it looked fantastic.
We recently reported that the classic Raiders of the Lost Ark will have a one week run in IMAX.
Abraham Lincoln already graced our nation’s screens this summer in the fictional form of Vampire Hunter.
It's hard to keep track of movie anniversaries as you go about your life, so when I was cruising the 'Net on the morning of June 20, I was very pleasantly reminded that Jaws hit theaters thirty-seven years ago.
Although Steven Spielberg won't be directing the fourth installment of the popular Jurassic Park franchise, he will be one of the film's producers along with Kathleen Kennedy.
Ray Bradbury is one of those talents every genre fan owes an enormous debt to.
TNT has posted a preview of the upcoming second season of Falling Skies.
It's been rumored for some time, and it's obviously a natural, but now it's official that the first Jurassic Park movie will be converted to 3D.