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10 Good Guy Actors Who Pulled Off Evil Villains

Article: 10 Good Guy Actors Who Pulled Off Evil Villains

With films like Pay It Forward and Secondhand Lions under his belt, Haley Joel Osment has a knack for playing characters with good intentions. That’s why his wicked turn in IFC’s The Spoils of Babylon is so fascinating to watch. In preparation for the epic miniseries event—premiering Thursday, Jan. 9 at 10/9c — here are…

What to watch on IFC: August 27 – September 2

Article: What to watch on IFC: August 27 – September 2

Whoa, how did it get to be September already? Time to start rolling up the beach towels, packing up the sunscreen, and storing the barbecue, and heading to the local strip mall for back to school shopping or, at least, warmer socks. Where did the summer go? Who cares! Let’s watch TV. We have lots…

Bullet Vision: Watch “Sin City” tonight

Article: Bullet Vision: Watch “Sin City” tonight

It’s here: Bullet in the Face premieres tonight on IFC. The two-night event will have you laughing and cringing on the edge of your seat from the moment it kicks off at 10 p.m. ET. The controversial crime drama stars Max Williams as career criminal Gunter Vogler who is forced to assume the identity of…

Five Reasons to Watch ‘Sin City’ Tonight

Article: Five Reasons to Watch ‘Sin City’ Tonight

Tonight at 8/7 c we are airing “Sin City” one of the best book-to-screen adaptations of a graphic novel. “Sin City” weaves together multiple storylines from the comic series’ history into a violent crime noir tale that paints the picture of the ultimate town without pity through the eyes of its roughest characters. There’s the…

What to Watch on IFC: November 7 – 13

Article: What to Watch on IFC: November 7 – 13

Monday No need to blaspheme, it’s easy to always look on the bright side of life when “Monty Python’s Life of Brian” airs on IFC. It’s on tonight at 9:45 p.m. ET Tuesday “Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai” is a surreal crime drama told as only Jim Jarmusch could. The film stars Forest…

Match Cuts: “Sin City”

Article: Match Cuts: “Sin City”

In Match Cuts, we examine every available version of a film, and decide once and for all which is the one, definitive cut worth watching. This week, in honor of Robert Rodriguez‘s new “Spy Kids” movie, “All the Time in the World,” we’re looking at the director’s adaptation of the graphic novel series “Sin City.”…

Five Clive Owen Roles in Order of Cragginess

Article: Five Clive Owen Roles in Order of Cragginess

Fact: Clive Owen’s face is a thing of craggy beauty. That weathered face, the chiseled jaw, those soulful eyes, combine into an object worthy of being nominated for an Oscar separately from the man himself. Not that Mr. Owen isn’t a great actor, because clearly he is, it’s just that his face does some of…

What to Watch on IFC: July 18 – July 24

Article: What to Watch on IFC: July 18 – July 24

It’s getting hot in here, but leave on all your clothes, please. With our unique combination of awesome original shows (Rhett & Link!) and great movies (“Thirteen”! “Pulp Fiction”!) that are 1000% guaranteed* to keep you cool. ( * Results not guaranteed, but we try hard) Here’s what to watch this week on IFC: Monday…

Our top 10 favorite movie scars, from “Harry Potter” to “The Dark Knight”

Article: Our top 10 favorite movie scars, from “Harry Potter” to “The Dark Knight”

“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2″ officially concludes the adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s multi-volume story about a little wizard boy who didn’t quite know what to make of a jagged lightning bolt scar on his forehead. Harry’s not alone, though. Scars are great conversation starters for anyone who’s ever lived through a fight…

What to Watch on IFC: June 27 – July 3

Article: What to Watch on IFC: June 27 – July 3

The summer solstice has come and gone, which means it is officially lemonade season. What better way to enjoy an ice-cold glass than in front of the warming blue glow of the television set? Here’s what to watch this week on IFC: Monday Even Garfield would get over his hatred of Mondays if he could…

Five Retroactively Awkward Cameos in Would-Be Franchise Starters

Article: Five Retroactively Awkward Cameos in Would-Be Franchise Starters

Of the many questions I had following a screening of “Tron: Legacy,” the foremost in my mind was not whether or not I believed Jeff Bridges’ digital agelessness or wondered about the curious lack of action, but rather — was that really Cillian Murphy in the first ten minutes of the film? Murphy isn’t credited…

Exclusive Robert Rodriguez Music Video Premiere

Article: Exclusive Robert Rodriguez Music Video Premiere

Musician Bob Schneider and filmmaker Robert Rodriguez were two local legends destined to cross paths in Austin, the chilled-out city they love to call home. Naturally, when they finally did, a breezy, fast and loose music video was the result. For “40 Dogs (Like Romeo and Juliet),” the first single off Schneider’s latest album “Lovely…

No Laughing Matter

Article: No Laughing Matter

On the first night of SXSW at the “Predators” sneak preview, someone leaned over to me and asked “Have you been to Comic-Con?” I knew where the question was headed, and although he was speaking specifically about the presentation we were about to see, where no full film was shown and the studio carefully curated…

Attention Owed to Clive Owen

Article: Attention Owed to Clive Owen

In this week’s “The Boys Are Back,” Clive Owen seems to break from his usual screen persona to play a sports writer whose wife passes away, leaving him a single dad forced to reconnect with and learn to take care of his two sons. But how far a stretch is that, really, for a man…

Starting Small: Ten Notable Shorts That Became Features

Article: Starting Small: Ten Notable Shorts That Became Features

While some filmmakers spend their entire careers maximizing the succinct pleasures of the short film, others start out by making shorts that they hope will maximize their chances of becoming a feature film director. This week alone will see the feature debuts of two directors who have turned their short films into full-length one —…

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