Night Of The Living Dead: How One Film Changed The Face Of Halloween
How did this film change the face of Halloween? When was it made and what was it all about?A Brief Introduction Into The Harry Potter Phenomenon
All the way back in 1997 the first edition of the book series hit the shops. A little known author called J. K. Rowling had a dream, (should that be vision?), on a train between Manchester and London.A Brief History Of Sherlock Holmes
This is the long and illustrious history of Sherlock Holmes. Never has there been before, or since, such a confused, blurred line between a literary character and a historical figure. Some tourists still turn up to 221 B Baker Street, London, in hope of seeing where the detective used to live.Michael Myers Not Just A Halloween Outfit
With all the imagery of Halloween costumes and fancy dress, watching horror movies has become a tradition. Halloween was released on October, 25, 1978 with a budget of $325,000. It was turned into a novel written by Curtis Richards. The plot centres on the festival of Samhain and Michael Myer’s (Nick Castle) incarceration at Smith’s Grove Sanitarium.Rio in 3D – Gotta See It!
3D Movie Review HQ is providing its rating for the newly released animated movie, “Rio 3D”, for film enthusiasts out there. The article is based largely on the 3-d special effects rather than the content of the film. Nonetheless, it does provide a little summary of the movie.Saw The Movie
What was it all about? Who was he, Was it just about scaring you or was there a message? Why do the Saw characters make good Halloween costumes.Movie Review: Water for Elephants
Water for Elephants is a ridiculous title. Although it makes more sense when you realise that it’s a crossover of two cinematic achievements of the 20th century… namely Titanic and Dumbo.The Legacy of Yash Johar
Dharma Productions is home to some of the blockbuster movies in Bollywood. Their heart warming story lines, appealing star cast and flawless narration has been pulling in the crowd to cinema halls for many years.Reviewed: Rio 
Rio is an animation from the same people that brought us Ice Age and so it has a fair amount to live up to. It follows the tale of a blue macaw, Blu (Jesse Eisenberg) who is bird-napped as a chick and smuggled into the USA to be sold. During the move though, he falls from the back of the truck and is found by Linda (Leslie Mann) who takes him in and looks after him.Sensuous Parveen Babi
There are some actors and actresses who even after their death remain very much alive in the hearts of the people for several reasons. Their charismatic personality, scintillating on-screen performances and unconventional ways of living life has left a mark in the history of Indian film industry.Ajay Devgan – A Talented Actor
A successful director, producer and of course a superb actor, Vishal Veeru Devgan, is none other than Ajay Devgan. He is married to the celebrated Bollywood actress Kajol.The 10 Top Fantasy Movies of All Time
The fantasy genre in films is simply the one most popular amongst a crowd of movie goers. Much of this is because of the fact that fantasy movies are usually prepared in the most painstaking manner. It needs a lot of special effects, attractive costumes, elaborate sets, and fantastic props.