November is proving to be a very busy and potentially expensive month for Blu-ray collectors. While this week may not have any super-powered blockbusters, I’m sure that if you take a good look, you might find a thing or two ...
For the umpteenth time this year, a tiny horror movie has destroyed another title that should have done much better. With the genre still going strong, don’t expect the scary streak to end anytime soon.
With only one wide release, there was no question about what would open in the top spot at the box office this weekend. The real question was whether it would earn enough to make the threequel worthwhile. Unfortunately, it’s...
As the last big holiday weekend of the summer, Labor Day’s box office totals are never anything to write home about. However, this year did a bit better than the usual trend, especially for an unlikely foreign release.
Of this weekend’s four wide releases, only one walked away a success. One of the other three did all right, but the others flopped hard.
This weekend was a mixed bag. Two R-rated movies went head-to-head, and the over-population of family films continued to compete against each other. Collectively, their numbers were big, but individually, none truly impressed.
This weekend gives us a variety of new movies. Pick your poison, but be warned: The most unlikely movie might be the only one that’s actually worthwhile.