Category Archives: Features
A mashup 65 million years in the making.
Funny or Die reimagines the classic!
Bloody drumsticks and electrifying performances drum up “Whiplash” as one of the best of the year.
While it entertains, listen closely and you can hear the studio heads counting the money made splitting “Mockingjay” into two movies.
The best gift for all cinephiles this holiday season!
It’s really real this time!
2013 Launch Pad semifinalist Eugene Ramos discusses how writing a strong female protagonist in a film about science made him an “inadvertent feminist.”
Yes, that Alec Baldwin.
Spoilers contained inside.
The possibilities are endless…and kind of weird.
Rosewater tells a fascinating true-life story with effective directing by Jon Stewart and top-notch acting by Gael García Bernal.
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels reprise their roles with surprising gusto, but it’s the unfunny script that holds the two back from making a worthy successor to Dumb & Dumber.
Seth Meyers throws down with this Sorkin parody sketch and it’s amazing.
Nebula and Gamora go head-to-head.
Yes, it’s a children’s book…kinda.
Who you gonna call?
This list will be updated as the event goes on…
“Interstellar” is a wild ride through both space and emotions.
“Big Hero 6″ is a movie for all ages that gives thrills and feels in addition to all the bright colors.
Warning: Spoilers are coming.
You know it’s all about that base, no rebels…
Look out Matthew McConaughey, you’ve got some competition!
But where’s Ron Swanson when you need him?
Ultimately, “Nightcrawler” is a film that entertains on myriad levels.
“Birdman” is not only about finding meaning through art, however. It is a movie that discusses what it means to matter in life itself.
And the winner of the 2nd annual Halloween Logline Contest is…
If you buy a ticket to Christopher Nolan’s latest on Fandango, you could win a trip to the final frontier.
Tweet us your scariest loglines by Noon on Friday for a chance to win a “Scream” box set!
Thus continuing the long tradition of science fiction leading into science.