Vampire Heroes – Why They Are So Hot

Vampire romance books and vampire heroes in movies and on TV are hot in today’s romance market trend, but why are they so popular? This article explores the reasons why women love the new vampire romance trend and vampire heroes.

Have a Freaky Halloween Straight From the Movies

Which movies are the most popular at Halloween? Can you name any of the classic characters from some of the biggest blockbuster movies? Need some ideas for a Halloween costume?

Man’s Greatest Friend, Horror Movies

Many people like horror movies. There is no answer as to why people want to be scared and watch a movie that will make them scream? Maybe it is because of the fantastic fascination with the feeling of fear.

Review of Battle Royale II: Requiem

Battle Royale II: Requiem is the 2003 sequel to the Japanese cult classic Battle Royale. This film was directed by Kenta Fukasaku, son of the first film’s director, Kinja Fukasaku. Kenta took over the role of director following the death of his father just one week into shooting the film.

Are TV Reality Shows Fixed?

The cameraman zooms in to a scruffy looking face, beads of sweat glimmering in the hot, humid sun, while the expression of anxiety and terror is sent to hundreds if not thousands of receivers located in the comfort of our own living rooms. All who are watching share in the televised horror of being lost on a tropical island somewhere in the Pacific. I would even go as far as saying the expression that is shown on the small screen may be in all reality the same manifestation of the viewer as he or she watches in anticipation of what…

Review of Eraserhead

Henry (Jack Nance) is a simple man that lives in futuristic industrial world, where machines are constantly grumbling. He receives an invitation to have dinner with, what appears to be, a lover from the past. When he arrives at the rather curious house (though dwelling would be more appropriate), he is introduced, by his ladyfriend Mary, to her strange and slightly dysfunctional family. Amid the spectacle of dinner, Mary’s mother pulls Henry aside to reveal that he’s the father of Mary’s child, which resembles some sort of deformed mutant due to a premature birth. Henry attempts to cope with his hateful wife and mutant child while an assortment of strange events occur around him.

Week 2, Season 12 Dancing With the Stars Recap

Week 2 of Season 12 of Dancing with the Stars was filled with many entertaining dances. In the end Mike Catherwood was the celebrity eliminated from the show.

Blu-Ray’s High Demand

After reaching a selling point of 44 million Blu-ray discs in 2009, the world is only moving further. Hence, computer experts have estimated that the number will only go higher, as it will probably reach 300 million by 2012. The Blu-ray player was something pretty inaccessible for individuals at first because using a DVD still seemed so much easier. In addition, its cost is higher compared to a DVD player. Nevertheless, technology has made people forget about outrageous costs, and thus the blu-ray player is a device we all want to have.

Film Financing and Carnival Sideshows to Attract Movie Investors

Film financing and carnival sideshows to attract movie investors are an interesting part of the entertainment business for me as an indie filmmaker and producer. I am keenly aware that an independent project without star power needs a hook to appeal to movie investors that are willing to finance a film.

Transformers 3: Dark of The Moon – What Can You Expect To See?

Let’s face it right off the bat: the second Transformers movie had mixed reactions from fans around the world. Those who loved the original animated series washed their hands off of the movie, while others found the first one better. What is the third movie going to be like?

Band Baaja Baaraat Movie Review

Continuing to explore the loves and the lives of the common folk of west Delhi, Band Baaja Baaraat succeeds to a great extent at repackaging a done to death tale. Even with a story that has really has nothing new to offer Band Baaja Baaraat is enjoyable largely thanks to some good writing and pleasant acting.

Rain Man Is An Excellent Driver At K-Mart

Dustin Hoffman does autism so well that I began to suspect about halfway through Rain Man he actually developed the condition for the movie. He was robbed of an Oscar for Best Performance by a Handicapped Person. Just kidding – simmer down out there. In the immortal words of Jon Lovitz, “Acting!” Meanwhile Tom Cruise shrills his way through the role of Charlie Babbit…