'Hemlock Grove' Red Band Trailer Is Full of Blood, Sex and an Awesome Werewolf Transformation (Video) 5 weeks ago
Netflix's red band trailer for new original series "Hemlock Grove" is full of sex, murder and expletives, but the highlight...
By Greg Gilman
From Rainn Wilson playing "American Gothic," to Jamie Oliver playing with food to Katie Couric playing with a royal friend
Sequel to 2010 low-budget horror hit ditches the "found footage" angle
Eli Roth's 13-episode series will be available for members to watch, in its entirety, beginning April 19
Wu-Tang Clan co-founder’s love for the kung fu genre doesn’t translate into excitement in his lackluster directorial debut
While some Toronto-watchers debate about which festival fave will take home the gold, other films debut to considerably less enthusiasm -- sorry, Billy Bob Thornton
Eli Roth, the “Hostel” horror maestro, has obtained financing for his latest thriller, “The Green Inferno,” from independent production company Worldview
Netflix will air the 13 episode series in early 2013
The "Gladiator" actor joked on Twitter that, "I love my Jewish friends. I love the apple and the honey and the funny little hats but stop cutting yr babies"
Tae Kwon Do expert and former Golden Gloves boxer plays a blacksmith who must defend his fellow villagers in feudal China in Universal's just-wrapped martial-arts action film
Huck Botko and Andrew Gurland ("The Virginity Hit") are writing the teen road movie
"Se7en" screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker wrote StudioCanal's serial killer thriller
Scott Spiegel's straight-to-DVD sequel has added a quartet of potential victims to its cast.
From Judd Apatow to David Lynch, Ron Howard to Kevin Smith ...
Bender, Roth join fundraiser for Haiti; "Shutter Island's" Scorsese, DiCaprio enjoy film's premiere
Plus, Nicole Kidman, Ricky Gervais, Ben Silverman and lots of opining on Leno-Conan
Barry Manilow teams with REM to "Pirates 4" to a new "Plan 9."
The "Hostel" torture-porn director on his role as a Nazi alongside Brad Pitt in Tarantino's "Basterds."
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga