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I sing the body electrocuted

Words almost fail me with The Traveling Executioner. I can’t think of another movie quite like it, which is one reason why I enjoyed it a lot. Keith Bailey is the proprietor of The Unknown Movies Page.

Craig Ferguson Signs Off, and The World Is a Little Less Genuine

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Watch his final all-star musical number, and the homage to the Bob Newhart finale with Drew Carey.

‘The Hobbit – The Battle of the Five Armies’ Review: Things Come To Those Who Wait

…and the giant, flying death-dealer known as Smaug circles above the lakeside town of Laketown, spewing fire and destruction upon its buildings and populace who scramble for safety below. As people struggle to escape, a man named Bard (Luke Evans) strikes back against the dragon. Show More Summary

“pk”… Funny, yes, but now it’s begun to feel like formula

Spoilers ahead… Rajkumar Hirani has often spoken about his admiration for Hrishikesh Mukherjee’s films, and it comes as no surprise. Hirani’s films, from the two Munnabhai entries to 3 Idiots, are essentially reworkings of Mukherjee’s...Show More Summary

Bradley Cooper is a Hero in a New American Sniper Clip

The Clint Eastwood film hits theaters in a limited release December 25, everywhere January 16 The post Bradley Cooper is a Hero in a New American Sniper Clip appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Staff Picks: An Iron Sheik doc, a board game, and a mash-up of journalism and comics

Illustrated Press I love when two of my favorite things become one, like Illustrated Press, which is a combination of journalism and comics currently based in Chicago. The collaborative efforts of reporter Darryl Holliday and illustrator Erik Rodriguez first resulted in Illustrated Press: Chicago. Show More Summary

'Hotel Transylvania 2' Video Spreads Holiday Cheer

Dracula, Mavis and Jonathan get together to decorate their Christmas tree in a new video from Sony Animation's 'Hotel Transylvania 2'. [...]

Bill Murray Will Sing in Disney's 'Jungle Book'

While director Jon Favreau's live-action/CGI hybrid 'The Jungle Book' is not a musical, Bill Murray will sing The Bare Necessities as Baloo. [...]

'Batman v Superman': Amy Adams Praises Gal Gadot

Amy Adams recent revealed how nice it was to have another woman on the set of her 'Man of Steel' sequel 'Dawn of Justice'. [...]

'Into the Woods' Preview Goes Behind the Fairytale

Cinderella turns away Prince Charming and Jack tries to sell his cow in two clips from 'Into the Woods', along with a pair of featurettes. [...]

Adam Driver Talks 'Star Wars 7'; New R2D2 Image Debuts

While he won't reveal who he is playing, Adam Driver talks about the grounding of characters in 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'. [...]

Hotel Transylvania 2 Delivers its Own Holiday Video!

From Sony Pictures Animation, Drac, Mavis and Jonathan The post Hotel Transylvania 2 Delivers its Own Holiday Video! appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

Second 'Kingsman: Secret Service' International Trailer

A super secret spy agency takes in an edgy new recruit in the latest look at 'Kingsman', starring Colin Firth and Sam Jackson. [...]

Peter Jackson Doesn't Want to Direct a Marvel Movie

Peter Jackson reveals that he has never read a comic book in his life after being asked if he'd ever direct a Marvel movie. [...]

'The Babadook' Steals Christmas in Animated Holiday Video

Santa Claus is no match for 'The Babadook' in a grisly yet festive animated holiday card from this harrowing IFC Films thriller. [...]

This Is How Spider-Man Fans Are Trying To Keep Andrew Garfield In The Role

One consequence of the Sony email hack has been the revelations of about the Spider-Man film franchise, specifically that at one point the studio considered creating a deal with Marvel Studios that allowed them to share the Wall-Crawler. Show More Summary

First Look Pics for the ‘Daredevil’

It’s been eleven years since Ben Affleck’s Daredevil. This time around, Charlie Cox dons the “Daredevil” costume for Netflix slated for release next year. Entertainment Weekly has the two images showing Cox as the blind lawyer Matt Murdock by day and the crime fighter Daredevil by night. Show More Summary

Latino-Review Takes ‘The Maze Runner’ Challenge

We are survivors of The Glade. The movie “The Maze Runner” is based on a novel written by James Dashner. The film started with Thomas being brought up from an underground elevator, which later revealed some mysteriously brought a kid up once a month. Show More Summary

The Year in Review Post-Credits Stinger: What Happened to Post-Credits Stingers in 2014

Picture, if you will, the end credits for our 2014 Year in Review. Credits rolling. Perhaps a little incidental orchestra music from the soundtrack (or if this was a romantic comedy, “One Headlight” by the Wallflowers). We’re past the soundtrack credits, and the special thanks. Show More Summary

See How 'The Babadook' Stole Christmas in Horror Holiday Card

We just told you how to scare your kids this holiday season by picking up the prop replica of the titular book from the indie horror sensation The Babadook, and now it's time to scare up Christmas a little more. IFC Films has just sent out a chillingly charming animated holiday card featuring the creepy little guy. Show More Summary

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