The wages of sin, guilt, vengeance and redemption weigh heavy on the characters of "Prisoners," a spellbinding, sensationally effective thriller with a complex moral center that marks a grand-slam…
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Dimension Films has acquired U.S. rights to horror pic “Pest” from IM Global and low-budget horror shingle Blumhouse Prods. IM Global’s genre division Octane will fully finance the project, which…
Dire predictions swirled around this year's slate of pricey pics. Now, after a number of colossal flops, Hollywood is left to wonder if its swing-for-the-fences paradigm has struck out.
The pretty-boy image of Channing Tatum may have gotten its first major box office blemish.
Columbia's comedy "This is The End" follows a group of guys facing the end of the world together. Unfortunately, not all the thesp "bros" could make it to the L.A. premiere to face the paparazzi…
Thudding shocks and predictability dull the edge of this futuristic horror movie.
A sloppy, sophomoric, sometimes awfully funny horror-comedy hybrid.
Abigail Breslin ("Ender's Game") will take the lead in "Peste," a contagion thriller from IM Global's genre label Octane skedded to go into production in September. Mark Tonderai ("House at the End…
Five years ago, Glen Basner and Steven Samuels took a leap of faith and launched sales company FilmNation as the world went into a recession.
An ugly, unusually audience-pandering thriller from the prickly German director behind such mass-killing sprees as "Postal" and "Rampage," this one playing like "Margin Call" with grenades.
Inhouse attorneys in the spotlight include Wayne M. Smith, Patrick T. Perkins, David Sussman, Jim Meenaghan, Richard B. Levy, Rosalind Lawton, Paul Iannicelli, John Fukunaga, Brian Burkin, Matthew…
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