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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Jan.
Blockbuster said the Hollywood horror classic "The Exorcist" topped its "Nightmare-Maker Movies" online survey. Participants in this month's poll on blockbuster.com were asked to name the movie most likely to give them nightmares and 6,000 people responded.
myProducer.tv (http://www.myproducer.tv/), a social media and micro-financing site for the film space, will redefine the way films are created with its official launch today.
NEW YORK, Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time ever, audiences will be able to see first-run independent movie releases everywhere in the United States. New York-based film company Gigantic Releasing is changing the face of U.S.
By David Carr One of the pleasures of flying out of Newark, New Jersey - and there are so many - is the epic view of Manhattan, that soaring bulwark of affluence and might just off the coast of America.
By ROBERT NOTT The B List: The National Society of Film Critics on the Low- Budget Beauties, Genre-Bending Mavericks, and Cult Classics We Love edited by David Sterritt and John Anderson, Da Capo Press, 240 pages There was a time when B movies weren't respected.
Metacafe(R) and Microcinema International today unveiled finalists for MetaFest 2008, a juried online and offline film festival presenting the best in international creative and contemporary short-form video entertainment.
By JOEY POLINO For years, the idea of Big Brother has populated countless Hollywood thrillers and best-selling novels. With the advance of technology in the recent decade, the thrillers have grown more and more frequent. "Eagle Eye" is such a thriller.
By Victor Gordon THEY made the blood curdle, the spine chill, the hair stand on end.
It's hard to believe now, in an age of round-the-clock shock television and films that push the boundaries of what can and can't be shown on screen, but a film made by a British TV comedy outfit nearly 30 years ago still gets people hot under the collar.