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Reviews

Film Review: Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween

'Ghostbusters'-for-Undiscerning-Teens strikes again—in season—with a second cinematic coming of best-selling R.L. Stine’s kid-lit horror-hokum books. Film Installment One, debuting right before All Saints’ Day of 2015, racked up a U.S. gross of $150.2 million—excuse enough for the CGI folks to scare up another monster summit.

Film Review: Venom

An exasperated Tom Hardy argues with a head-chomping alien that’s infected him in this weakly funny anti-superhero mess that plays like 'Spider-Man' meets 'The Mask' via 'Deadpool 7.'

Film Review: The Hate U Give

Amandla Stenberg impresses in this hard-hitting Hollywood drama.
Cinemas News

Severtson features giant electric motorized cinema screens & new screen coating technologies at ShowEast 2018

Severtson Screens, a global leader in projection screens for the cinema, commercial, pro AV and home theater markets, has announced that it will feature its new SēVision 3D GX Giant Electric Motorized Cinema Projection Screen line, as well as its recently launched enhanced SēVision 3D GX-WA...

Powster Labs launches AR asset for 'First Man'

Powster, a creative studio that works with over 100 movie distributors including all six major studios, announced a brand new division named Powster Labs, based in Los Angeles....

AMC Stubs A-List surpasses 400,000 members

AMC Theatres announced that its AMC Stubs A-List has crossed more than 400,000 enrolled members....
Blog Entries

'Venom,' 'A Star is Born' repeat at the top of the box office

Last week’s first- and second-place finishers stayed the same this time around, both Venom (weekend gross $35.7 million, total gross $142.8 million) and A Star is Born (weekend gross $28 million,...

Cream of the Crop: Hamptons International Film Festival highlights award season’s best

The buzz at the 26th annual Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF), which wrapped this past Monday, was that this was the best installment in the fest’s long history. The five-day event, again...

New York Film Festival features a strong lineup from Asia

With one of the strongest lineups in years, this edition of the New York Film Festival featured over a dozen titles, new and old, from Asia.
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NAC

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ICTA

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