Catch Nightmare on Elm Street 1, 2 & 3 tonight starting at 8/7c.
The McConaissance rages on. This past weekend, Matthew McConaughey took home both an Oscar and an Independent Spirit Award for his work in Dallas Buyers Club, in which he played a homophobic Texan who contracts AIDS and becomes an unlikely savior for other patients desperate for treatment. During his Spirit Award acceptance speech, the actor…
See Best Male Lead nominee Matthew McConaughey at the 2014 Spirit Awards, airing Sat, March 1 at 10/9c.
The most memorable tales from childhood aren’t the ones sanitized for our protection, but rather the twisted ones that reach us, despite every adult’s attempts to block them, and burn themselves into our memories. 10. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Whether you’re a Wilder or a Depp fan, the fact remains this is a tale…
Catch Planet Terror this Sunday at 8/7c – part of Slightly Off Cinema Sundays.
Catch a double showing of Batman Begins tonight at 8/7c.
Have you noticed that your significant other looks really young for their age? Have they never ever snapped a selfie? Do they refuse to stand in line for brunch even if the restaurant has incredible marionberry pancakes? Have you considered that you might be dating a vampire? No? Maybe you should. Luckily for you, BuzzFeed…
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Catch The Aviator tonight at 11:30/10:30PM EST.
Catch Analyze That on Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 11:30 AM ET.
We know all the classic suckhead movies, the ones we all name when we think of vampires – ones that don’t sparkle, that is – but what’s been the scoop with them lately? Let’s run down some of the more ass-kicking vampire movies since the year 2000. 11. Blade II You can’t not mention the…
Catch Eyes Wide Shut on Fri, Feb 14 at 8/7c, followed by Wonderland at 11:30/10:30c.
Catch Beerfest tonight starting at 8/7c, followed by Up in Smoke.
Catch a double-airing of Batman Begins this Saturday at 8/7c.
See Best Male Lead nominee Michael B. Jordan at the 2014 Spirit Awards, airing Sat, March 1 at 10/9c.
Truth is stranger than fiction, and sometimes it’s also more disturbing. Here are eight people (and one fish) who inspired the creation of cinematic bad guys. 9. Vlad III Dracula “The Impaler” had such a reputation for violence and cruelty that his legend lives on as the granddaddy of all vampires, thanks to Bram Stoker’s…
Catch My Bloody Valentine on Sun, Feb 9 at 8:45PM EST – part of Slightly Off Cinema Sundays.
Catch Friday the 13th Part 1 and 2 on Fri, Feb 7 starting at 8/7c.
Watch The Spoils of Babylon marathon in Breath-Take-O-Scope this Thurs. at 7:30PM EST, leading into the season finale at 10/9c.
Watch Silent Hill and The Shining on Sat, Feb 8 starting at 8/7c
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See Best Supporting Male nominee Will Forte at the 2014 Spirit Awards, airing Sat, March 1 at 10/9c.
Catch Gamer tonight at 8/7c.
Catch The Wrestler tonight at 10:30PM EST, and again Sun, Feb. 2 at 8:45PM EST – part of Slightly Off Cinema Sundays.
To follow up Ted, director Seth MacFarlane is bringing his NSFW-style comedy to the West. Hitting theaters May 30, A Million Ways to Die in the West stars the Family Guy creator, along with Charlize Theron, Liam Neeson, and Sarah Silverman and a barn-load of other famous faces. The Western comedy draws inspiration from Mel…
Catch The Aviator on Sun, Feb 2 at 5:15PM EST.
Article: 11 Best Catfights in Movies and TV
When ladies get rowdy with one another, things can get pretty wild. In this feature, we’ll celebrate the 11 best girl-on-girl battles ever put on film. 11. The Spoils of Babylon On Spoils this Thursday at 10/9c, Cynthia Morehouse (Kristen Wiig) and Dixie Melonworth (Jessica Alba) get into an slap-fight over the love of Devon…