We reported yesterday, and in the daily podcast today, about the Weinstein Co. appealing the MPAA ruling that the new documentary Bully should be rated R for some bad language. After the appeal, it was still turned down by only one
Today we talk about some new trailers for Pixar's Brave, The Raid, and 4:44, we discuss the Academy's decision to ban Sacha Baron Cohen from the Oscars, and the MPAA Ruling against the new Weinstein documentary Bully.
I've been so excited for this film I absolutely cannot wait for it to come out and thankfully, we finally have a release date of March 23. In addition to the release date, Sony has added a 'Redemption' title to the film
It's amazing how Fox News can spin anything, even a children's film, into what they call "left-wing propaganda." Lou Dobbs proclaimed that The Secret World of Arrietty and The Lorax were just two more films that Hollywood is using to "once again
Pixar has released a 2 1/2 minute trailer for it’s latest blockbuster Brave. It’s more of a clip than a trailer though, so those of you that don’t like watching clips might want to avert your eyes for this one. Pixar
Earlier today, it was announced that Sacha Baron Cohen requested that he be allowed to attend the Oscars this weekend in character as The Dictator in promotion of his new film of the same name. Well, apparently the Academy didn't
Even though Edgar Wright hasn’t had a film out since Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, he has been very busy working on such projects as Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz follow-up The World’s End.
AMC theaters cut a deal to release the festival hit Detention exclusively in it’s theaters on April 13, before spreading to other cities across the country. The film has been a big hit on the festival circuit, traveling to nearly all of
It appears that the MPAA has once again proven that they should simply not be the governing body that controls who sees movies and who doesn’t. The Weinstein Co. has appealed the R rating given to it’s new documentary
As you all probably know, this Sunday brings us the 84th Annual Academy Awards, and if you’re like me, you might find them somewhat boring. Well, if that’s the case, you might want to check out the free Oscar
Today, we go over the latest DVD and Blu Ray releases including Martha Marcy May Marlene, The Son of No one, Puss in Boots, and Tower Heist. Which ones should you buy? Only Martha Marcy May Marlene. Skip the rest.
Hey, you know that one kid from Glee? He wrote and stars in this new movie called Struck by Lightning. Although there doesn’t seem to be anything special about the film, this three minute trailer is vastly more entertaining than any episode
It’s not a secret Film Pulse loves Mondo posters. I wish there was enough room in my house to hang every single one of them. Unfortunately, there’s not, but the good news is Mondo announced their 2012 Oscar series posters.
Originally brought to my attention on Indiewire, you can now watch director David Wain’s first short film titled Aisle Six, which he made in 1991. David Wain is the director of the upcoming Paul Rudd, Jennifer Aniston film Wanderlust, and has directed
Winning Best Picture at last year’s Fantastic Fest, Swedish comedy Sound of Noise has been picked up by Magnolia Pictures and is set for a US release date of March 9. Directed by Ola Simonsson and Johannes Stjarne Nilsson, the film