The last time fans of Wesley Snipes saw him in a major blockbuster movie was a decade ago in “Blade:Trinity.”
Cult films may be considered modern-day classics like John Ford’s “The Searchers,” which wasn’t even nominated for a major Oscar when it came out in 1956 to such would-be exploitation fare as Alex Cox’s mixed genre 1984 end-of-world noir spoof “Repo Man.” Here’s a selection of Streampix’s 10 top cult films:
Coming off the groundbreaking achievement of Alfonso Cuaron’s multi-Oscar nominee “Gravity,” Streampix offers a selection of science fiction classics that also takes you into the future.
What better way to honor our soldiers past and present than immersing ourselves in some Streampix feature films and documentaries, offering us the thrill of combat from the safety of our living room couches.
Harrison Ford pierced Jimmy Fallon’s ear on “Late Night” Friday night. Watch …
Harrison Ford dropped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Wednesday night, where he had an angry confrontation with his old “Star Wars” sidekick Chewbacca after the actor was ambushed by “Star Wars” characters in the Kimmel audience.
By Lilly Workneh, theGrio.com (Article originally published on theGrio.com.) Jackie Robinson was a legendary baseball player and a trail-blazing athlete – but his epic story retold in director Brian Helgeland’s “42” is an honest attempt at a home-run that instead sits safely at third base. The movie revolves around gifted rookie Chadwick Boseman (in his first lead role) — who portrays […]
Sitting at home watching some select cinema on your big screen TV offers the chance to trek to many different worlds and still order pizza from your favorite carryout joint.
Post parties after the Golden Globe Awards, less raucous than in previous years, flowed instead of crackled, conjuring up the understated 1920s glamor of black-and-white French-directed silent film and Globe comedy or musical winner “The Artist.”
Matthew Morrison has been talking about the “Glee” proposal in various interviews, saying that it will involve his character, Will Schuester, and the ever-so-meticulous Emma Pillsbury (Jayma Mays). And he’s promised it will be big, as he mentioned at the FOX Winter TCA All-Star Party last night.