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April Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to April
April 1, 2014
Before the summer movie season kicks into gear, check out new films starring Kevin Costner, Johnny Depp and more.
March Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to March
March 3, 2014
Moviegoers have plenty of great options this March, including new films from Wes Anderson and Darren Aronosky.
February Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to Februray
February 3, 2014
Get out of the cold this February with the latest film from George Clooney, a remake of an '80s classic and more.
January Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to January
December 31, 2013
2014 gets off to a rocky start with very little to offer except a new Jack Ryan adventure and Jason Reitman's latest film.
2013 Year End Movie Review2013 Year End Movie Review
December 27, 2013
Resident critics Jason Zingale and David Medsker celebrate 2013 with a look back at their favorite films of the year.
December Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to December
December 2, 2013
2013 draws to a close with a host of Oscar contenders, including new films from Martin Scorsese and David O. Russell.
November Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to November
October 27, 2013
The fall movie season continues with a promising slate of films, including sequels to "Thor" and "The Hunger Games."
October Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to October
September 29, 2013
Awards season has started early this year with October releases like "Gravity," "Captain Phillips" and "All Is Lost."
September Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to September
September 2, 2013
The summer movie season may be over, but there's still plenty to look forward to this September, including the latest from Ron Howard and Joseph-Gordon Levitt.
August Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to August
July 28, 2013
With upcoming releases like "Elysium" and "The World's End," the summer season promises to end on a high note.
July Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to July
June 29, 2013
There's plenty to look forward to this July with movies like "Pacific Rim," "Only God Forgives" and "The Wolverine."
June Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to June
June 2, 2013
The summer season rolls along with the return of Superman, another attack on the White House and the end of the world.
May Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to May
April 28, 2013
The summer movie season kicks off with the latest adventures of Iron Man, the crew of the USS Enterprise and the Wolfpack.
April Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to April
March 31, 2013
Between the "Evil Dead" remake and new films from Michael Bay and Danny Boyle, April is a great appetizer to the summer.
March Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to March
February 26, 2013
There's something for just about everyone this March, including the newest films from directors Bryan Singer and Sam Raimi.
21 and OverA Set Visit with the Gang from "21 and Over"
February 25, 2013
Bob Westal visited the set of "21 and Over," where he had the chance to speak with the cast and crew about making the movie.
February Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to February
January 28, 2013
It's pretty slim pickings at cineplexes this month, although the return of John McClane should offer some joy to action fans.
January Movie PreviewComing Soon: A Moviegoer's Guide to January
January 1, 2013
With new films from Arnold Schwarzenegger, Ryan Gosling and Mark Wahlberg, January might not be as bleak as usual.
Year End Movie Review2012 Year End Movie Review
December 28, 2012
It wasn't the most memorable year for the movie industry, but Jason Zingale still found plenty of great films to enjoy.
December Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to December
December 2, 2012
2012 draws to a close with a trip back to Middle-earth, Tarantino's latest, and the thrilling hunt for Osama bin Laden.
November Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to November
October 28, 2012
There's a lot to be thankful for this November, with new films from Steven Spielberg and Ang Lee, and the return of James Bond.
October Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to October
September 30, 2012
There's plenty of variety this month with new films from Ben Affleck and the Wachowskis, and another round of "Taken."
September Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to September
September 3, 2012
The fall season kicks off with a handful of promising films, including the latest from director Paul Thomas Anderson.
August Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to August
July 29, 2012
The summer season winds down with action films galore, including a new "Total Recall," another "Bourne" and more.
July Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to July
July 1, 2012
There's not much in theaters this month, but with the return of Spider-Man and Batman, do you really need anything else?
June Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to June
May 29, 2012
The summer season rolls on with Ridley Scott's new sci-fi epic, the latest from Pixar and one very filthy teddy bear.
May Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to May
April 29, 2012
The summer movie season is finally upon us as Marvel's Avengers assemble and the Men in Black return in style.
April Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to April
March 25, 2012
As the summer movie season approaches, Hollywood ends spring on a high note with something for just about everyone.
2012 SXSW Film Festival Blog2012 SXSW Film Festival Blog
March 9th-17th
Jason Zingale headed to Austin, Texas for the SXSW film festival to get the scoop on some of the year's upcoming movies.
March Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to March
February 26, 2012
Hollywood kicks off the spring season with a promising array of big-budget epics, high-profile comedies and more.
February Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to February
January 26, 2012
Romance may be in the air, but there's not a whole lot to love about February's upcoming movie slate.
January Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to January
January 3, 2012
January may be a notoriously bad month for movies, but this year's crop of films is hoping to buck that unfortunate trend.
2011 Year End Movie Review2011 Year End Movie Review
December 29, 2011
Resident film critics Jason Zingale and David Medsker ring in the New Year with their best (and worst) movies of 2011.
They Were SpiesThey Were Spies: Famous folks who played the espionage game
December 7, 2011
Fans of author John le Carré know about his past life as a spy, but what other celebrities might have dabbled in espionage?
December Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to December
November 29, 2011
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and Hollywood is offering up a great slate of films to keep you out of the cold.
November Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to November
October 28, 2011
With the holidays just around the corner, Hollywood offers up a balanced mix of family films and award hopefuls.
Robert Forster & Rosanna ArquetteTalking Tarantino with Robert Forster and Rosanna Arquette
October 4, 2011
With Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction" and "Jackie Brown" now available on Blu-ray, we chatted with two of the films' stars.
October Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to October
September 26, 2011
Horror fans may be disappointed by the lack of scary movies, but there are more treats than tricks in this month's releases.
Real Steel Set VisitRock'em Sock'em Robots: A visit to the set of "Real Steel"
September 16, 2011
We went to Detroit to visit the set of the new Hugh Jackman film, "Real Steel," and came away genuinely impressed.
September Movie PreviewComing Soon: A moviegoer's guide to September
August 21, 2011
The fall movie season kicks off in style with new films from heavy hitters like Matt Damon, Brad Pitt and Ryan Gosling.
A History of UltraviolenceA History of Ultraviolence
June 2, 2011
Violence in movies has been shocking audiences for more than 50 years, but just how far is too far? Bob Westal and Ross Ruediger examine the history of ultraviolence in cinema.
Masters of the Dark ArtsMasters of the Dark Arts: Professionals on the edge
May 17, 2011
Perfecting your craft is noble, but Hollywood tells us that it also can be the road to hell. Just ask Eddie Felson.
2011 Summer Movie Preview2011 Summer Movie Preview
May 4, 2011
More than 100 movies (and a boatload of sequels) will hit theaters this summer, but which 30 should be on your radar?
The Sons of Travis BickleSons of Travis Bickle
April 6, 2011

The borderline psychotic and spiritually adrift "Taxi Driver" protagonist has inspired an army of misguided movie souls.

2011 SXSW Film Blog2011 SXSW Film Blog
March 14, 2011

This year's fest is the host of several big premieres, including the sci-fi thriller "Source Code" and the comedy "Paul," as well as festival favorites like "Being Elmo," "Super" and "Win Win."

Late to the Party: Amazon's Prime Instant VideoFive 2011 Academy Award upsets
we'd like to see

February 25, 2011

The Academy Awards have become a snoozefest. David Medsker would love to shake things up with his five upset picks.

Ten Movies the 2011 Academy Award Nominees Don't Want You to SeeTrue Shit: Ten movies the 2011 Academy Award nominees don't want you to aee
February 23, 2011

Everyone's taken a job they hated for the money. For actors, though, it's preserved on film forever. D'oh!

11 movies to look forward to in 201111 movies to look forward to in 2011
January 30, 2011

From Potter and "Paul" to the X-Men and the Muppets, 2011 is shaping up to be an interesting year for moviegoers.

Death Race 2Bullz-Eye visits the "Death Race 2" set
in South Africa

January 18, 2011

Our trip to Cape Town included a tour of the set, interviews with the likes of Danny Trejo and Luke Goss, a chance to be an extra in a fight scene, some quality time with a bunch of locked-and-loaded cars, and more.

Nicolas Cage Highs and LowsNicolas Cage Highs and Lows
January 6, 2011

Nic Cage's career is filled with dazzling peaks ("Raising Arizona," "Adaptation") and dreadful valleys ("Snake Eyes").

2011 Winter Movie Preview2011 Winter Movie Preview
January 3, 2011

Names like Johnny Depp, Seth Rogen, Simon Pegg and Matt Damon headline a promising winter movie season.

2010 Year End Movie Review2010 Year End Movie Review
December 29, 2010

It took a while to warm up, but 2010 eventually gave us memorable highlights like "The Social Network" and "Scott Pilgrim." Along with more 3D than anyone asked for.

Unconventional Christmas moviesYippie Ki-Eggnog: Five unconventional Christmas movies
December 19, 2010

"The Ref" and "Die Hard" aren't traditional Christmas movies. And that's why we enjoy them so much this time of year.

2011 Winter Movie Preview2010 Holiday Movie Preview
November 22, 2010

A new Coen Brothers joint, a "Tron" sequel, and Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis in leotards. Ho, ho, ho!

Best Death Scenes: Saw EditionBest Death Scenes: "Saw" Edition
October 27, 2010

Attention gorehounds! As the "Saw" series wraps up, we revisit some of our favorite bloody moments and send the horror franchise off in style.

Directors Hall of Fame: Class of 2010Directors Hall of Fame: Class of 2010
October 15, 2010

The sophomore class of our Directors Hall of Fame boasts both old-school legends like Coppola and Kubrick and new-school kings of cult like Tarantino and the Coen Brothers.

Seen Your VideoSeen Your Video
September 14, 2010

Directors like David Fincher, Michael Bay and Spike Jonze got their start by telling rock stars to act like rock stars. Check out our list of music video directors who jumped to the big screen.

2010 Fall Movie Preview2010 Fall Movie Preview
September 1, 2010

Tune in this fall for the "Jackass" crew in 3D, the beginning for Facebook and the beginning of the end for Potter.

20 Great action movie ensemble casts20 great action movie ensemble casts
August 9, 2010

It doesn't happen often, but when a group of action stars teams up, the results can be ass-kickingly awesome.

Post Apocalyptic CinematicPost Apocalyptic Cinematic
May 10, 2010

From "Planet of the Apes" to "The Matrix," Hollywood has long enjoyed exploring the idea of humanity on its last legs.

2010 Summer Movie Preview2010 Summer Movie Preview
May 4, 2010

The summer movie scene is always a push and pull between your wallet and your inner filmophile. Check out our preview for Summer 2010's best picks.

2010 SXSW Recap2010 SXSW Recap
March 29, 2010

This year's SXSW featured the debut of "Kick-Ass" and several other top-notch films.

Hot Tub Time Machine interviewsHot Tub Time Machine Interviews
March 24, 2010

"Hot Tub Time Machine" is easily one of the funniest movies we've seen in years. We had a chance to talk with just about everyone involved in the film, including Craig Robinson, Rob Corddry, and Crispin Glover.

Depp Cuts2010 SXSW Film Blog
March 13, 2010

From world premieres of “Kick-Ass” and “MacGruber,” to an exclusive first look at Robert Rodriguez’s “Predators,” this year’s SXSW looks to be one of the most exciting festivals to date.

Depp CutsDepp Cuts
March 5, 2010

Take a look at ten of Johnny Depp's most under-appreciated roles, including "Donnie Brasco" and HST's epic "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas."

We'll Always Have Paris: 15 films from the City of LoveWe'll Always Have Paris: 15 films from the City of Love
February 1, 2010

The City of Love has played host to plenty of great films over the years. We take a look at 15 of the best Paris movies to date.

2010 Winter Movie Preview2010 Winter Movie Preview
January 7, 2010

Though winter typically sees the worst of the year's movies, Winter 2010 should be better than most.

Decade in ReviewDecade in Review
December 23, 2009

The first decade of the new millenium played host to some industry-defining movies. These 10 movies gave the world a look into Hollywood's future.

2009 Holiday Movie Preview2009 Holiday Movie Preview
November 17, 2009

When it comes to the holiday movie season, quantity matters less than quality. This year's crop of films include new projects from Peter Jackson, James Cameron and Clint Eastwood.

Looks that killI Love NY: Cinematic love letters to the greatest city in the world
October 14, 2009

A collection of our favorite movies that are set in the City So Nice They Named It Twice, including "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Ghostbusters."

2009 Fall Movie PreviewLooks That Kill: Beautiful women who kick ass
September 16, 2009

Nothing's sexier than a woman with a gun. Or a knife. Or a Hattori Hanzō sword.

Looks that kill2009 Fall Movie Preview
August 28, 2009

Now that the autumn months are upon us, popcorn pictures are out and more traditionally grown-up fare (including the yearly parade of awards contenders) is in.

Forever TypecastForever Typecast
July 8, 2009

Chances are Daniel Radcliffe will always be Harry Potter in the eyes of moviegoers, but he wouldn't be the only actor who couldn't escape the shadow of a past character.

Between Good and EvilBetween Good & Evil: Hollywood heavy hitters going toe to toe
June 26, 2009

There's just something about two great actors squaring off that makes for some of the most memorable cinematic moments.

Ten of Denzel's lesser known filmsLaugh? I thought I'd die!
June 16, 2009

Vampires are often painted as dark, sinister characters with a penchant for gothic fashion and a taste for blood that can never be fully quenched. Once in a while, we're gifted with bloodsuckers who can see the funny side of their affliction…or if they can't, then at least the viewers can.

Ten of Denzel's lesser known filmsWashington Insiders
June 10, 2009

Take a look at some of Denzel's lesser known roles. They aren't always the best films, but Washington makes them worth viewing.

Ten roles from the Tom Hanks back catalogHidden Hanks
May 15, 2009

It seems like Tom Hanks is always cast as the nice guy. We found ten movies for which he played something from the darker side of life.

Cinematic voyages of the Starship EnterpriseStar Trek Movies
May 6, 2009

In the days before J.J. Abrams revealed the new "Star Trek," we looked back at the previous cinematic voyages of the Starship Enterpirse.

2009 Summer Movie Preview2009 Summer Movie Preview
May 1, 2009

Summer 2009 is the season of sequels - "Terminator: Salvation" and "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" just to name a few - but are any of them worth seeing?

Watchmen Set VisitWatchmen Set Visit
February 25, 2009

Bullz-Eye visited the set of Zack Snyder's "Watchmen" and reported back on his first-hand account of one of the year's most anticipated films.

Acadmey Award MistakesDude, Where's My Oscar?
February 18, 2009

We take a look at the most recent Oscar oversights. It's not that the winners weren't good, we just thought some other nominees (and some films that went unnominated) deserved it more.

2009 Winter Movie Preview2009 Winter Movie Preview
January 5, 2009

Movies like "Cloverfield" and "300" started to change the paradigm around the winter movie lineup. Studios are finally putting out some good titles during the colder months, and the 2009 Winter should be one of the best in years.

2008 Year End Movie Review2008 Year End Movie Review
December 31, 2008

When it's time to look back at the year in movies, most critics tend to agree on one thing: it could have been better. But what many fail to realize is that 2008 also delivered arguably some of the best films of the decade.

2008 Holiday Movie Preview2008 Holiday Movie Preview
November 19, 2008

Jeff Giles has taken a look at the seasonal release schedule, whittled it down to its strongest contenders, and assembled a list of BE-approved movies for your holiday season. Your welcome.

Rober DeNiro and Al Pacino on the QTPacino and Deniro on the QT
September 08, 2008

Since their work on the "Godfather" trilogy, DeNiro and Pacino have been cosmically linked. They can work without one another, though, as these solo performances show.

2008 Fall Movie Preview2008 Fall Movie Preview
August 25, 2008

If you’ve been patiently waiting for the first autumn chill to come and carry off the hot buttered scent of the summer’s long succession of tentpole films, 2008’s fall lineup won’t disappoint.

Watchmen PreviewWatchmen Preview
July 21, 2008

Our "Watchmen" preview tells you everything you need to know before you the latest Alan Moore piece hit the big screen.

Brotherly LoveBrotherly Love
July 21, 2008

Nothing exemplifies the special bond between brothers like the fraternal pairs in this great list of movies.

The Caine FileThe Caine File
July 14, 2008

Michael Caine has one of the most commanding and endearing onscreen presences of any actor in the business. Our Caine File has ten of his hidden highlight performances.

From TV to Moive to FAILUREFrom TV...to Movie...to FAILURE
June 17, 2008

How many television properties has Hollywood ruined by turning them into movies? Too many to count, but this list of ten is a start.

Downplayed DowneyDownplayed Downey
May 05, 2008

Robert Downey, Jr. has had a resurgence of late, but you probably missed these seven earlier performances.

Forgotten FordForgotten Ford
May 2008

Harrison Ford has played some of the most memorable characters in cinema (Han Solo, Indiana Jones, Jack Ryan), but what about some of his lesser known roles?

2008 Summer Preview2008 Summer Movie Preview
April 28, 2008

Summer 2008 included three of the best superhero pics yet made and sequels to classic franchises like "The X-Files" and "Indiana Jones."

New York Comic-Con 2008 RecapNew York Comic-Con 2008 Recap
April 24, 2008

New York Comic-Con 2008 previewed epic titles like "The Incredible Hulk" and "Hellboy II: The Golden Army."

Animated and ForgottenCinematic Stoners
April 20, 2008

From "Reefer Madness" to "Half Baked," people have been lighting up on screen for decades. We've put together a short list of our favorite cinematic stoners to celebrate your favorite April holiday this year.

Animated and ForgottenAnimated and Forgotten
March 14, 2008

Not every animated film starts with the Walt Disney castle and a song from Elton John. Here's a list of some great animated films the world has forgotten.

2008 Oscars Preview2008 Oscars Preview
February 25, 2008

Last year's Academy Awards broadcast was as dull as award shows come. But with enough snubs and surprises to keep almost every race close, this year could be one of the most exciting shows in ages.

I Predict an Oscar: Tomorrow's Academy Award winnersI Predict an Oscar: Tomorrow's Academy Award winners
February 18, 2008

Not everyone has received the recognition they deserve. David Medsker lists five Oscar snubs who are bound to win a golden statue at some point in their careers.

Will Ferrell Highs and LowsWill Ferrell's Highs & Lows
February 11, 2008

Revisit the roller coaster ride that is Will Ferrell's hit-or-miss filmography.

Bullz-Eye says goodbye to Heath LedgerFarewell, Casanova
January 28, 2008

We say goodbye to Heath Ledger with a short list of our favorite performances from the versatile young actor.

Bullz-Eye says goodbye to Heath Ledger2008 Winter Movie Preview
January 4, 2008

The 2008 winter season follows the unfortunate trend of a terrible lineup. The most exciting film is "Cloverfield," a movie that can hardly live up to its hype.

Badass Knife ScenesBadass Knife Scenes
January 1, 2008

Not all blades are created equal, therefore their cinematic moments should be treated in a similar manner. Bullz-Eye offers up the ten most badass knife scenes in movie history.

2007 Year End Movie Review2007 Year End Movie Review
December 28, 2007

Say what you will about the banal summer season and the mediocre selection of Oscar bait: 2007 was a good year for movies. Jason Zingale and David Medsker run down their best and worst films of the year.

2007 Holiday Movie Preview2007 Holiday Movie Preview
November 16, 2007

The holiday movie season has your requisite Christmas cheer, balanced out by one of the more eclectic end-of-year slates we can remember seeing.

Best Death ScenesBest Death Scenes
October 15, 2007

Whether it's the teen horror gore or the great social commentary horror we love, the genre is full of gruesome death scenes. We offer 20 of the best.

2007 Fall Movie Preview2007 Fall Movie Preview
August 20, 2007

It may not have the superheroes and pirates the summer season brings, but the fall season is filled with promising prospects, including the return of the Western with "3:10 to Yuma."

2007 Comic Con Blog2007 Comic-Con Blog
July 27, 2007

Comic-Con has become the place for major geek movie previews. It's not just comics anymore, it's anything the nerd in you could possibly love.

Summer Event MoviesSummer Event Movies
June 29, 2007

We take a look back at the most eventful and uneventful summer movies of years past.

MTV Movie Awards Hits & MissesMTV Movie Awards Hits & Misses
June 1, 2007

The MTV Movie Awards give even the most far-flung films in the industry a chance at a golden statue, even if it is a golden bucket of popcorn.

Hero WorshipHero Worship: A look at comic book movies
May 18, 2007

There's nothing hotter in Hollywood right now than comic book blockbusters. We take a look at the history of comic book films and where they're headed in the future.

2007 Summer Movie Preview2007 Summer Movie Preview
April 27, 2007

Summer 2007 was another big season packed with sequels and must-see hits like "Transformers" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End."

Bullz-Eye's Badass BracketBullz-Eye's Badass Bracket
March 16, 2007

Who is the biggest badass in entertainment history? It's the kind of hypothetical that could keep a group of guys up until the wee hours of the morning. We set out to answer the question. Which badass ultimately prevailed?

2007 Oscars Preview2007 Oscars Preview
February 19, 2007

The 2007 Oscar season was full of leaks, but that didn't prevent a few surprises. Our preview took a look at the merit of each nominee.

Directors Hall of FameDirectors Hall of Fame
February 5, 2007

With the second class of our Directors Hall of Fame set to be announced this fall, look back on the members of our inaugural class – a group that includes Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese.

Blockbuster Total Access: Not quite ready for primetimeBlockbuster Total Access: Not quite ready for primetime
January 17, 2007

Blockbuster thinks it has what it takes to go up against Netflix, but is that just wishful thinking? Jason Zingale takes the new DVD rental service for a spin.

2007 Winter Movie Preview2007 Winter Movie Preview
January 5, 2007

Despite some expected releases, the winter of 2007 had a few potental sleeper hits release to the box office.

2006 Year End Movie Review2006 Year End Movie Review
December 29, 2006

2006 was a rough year for movies. Yes, there were some good films, but there was more crap than there should have been. We cover it all.

Holiday Movies Bad Enough to Make You Hate ChristmasHoliday movies bad enough to make you hate Christmas
December 01, 2006

For every great holiday movie, there are at least a dozen terrible turds that make you cringe every time a new holiday movie is released.

2006 Holiday Movie Preview2006 Holiday Movie Preview
November 17, 2006

The holiday season of 2006 has a lot to live up to. The previous year had both "Harry Potter" and "Lord of the Rings" films. Can it possibly fill those shoes?

Beauty and the Beast: Monsters and Their MollsBeauty and the Beast: Monsters and their molls
October 20, 2006

What's a monster without his lust for a human woman? Nothing, that's what.

Top 40 Music Moments in Film HistoryThe Top 40 Music Moments in Film History
October 6, 2006

A lot of movies wouldn't be what they are without the music that's in them. We take a look at the top 40 music moments in film history.

2006 Fall Movie Preview2006 Fall Movie Preview
September 2006

There's a lot to look forward to this fall with new films from Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan, another "Jackass" and the new Bond starring Daniel Craig.

What a Disaster: Bullz-Eye ranks the definitive disaster moviesWhat a Disaster: Bullz-Eye ranks the definitive disaster movies
May 19, 2006

As the mother of all popcorn movie genres sinks into the sunset, Bullz-Eye takes a tearful look back at our favorite disaster movies, from birds and viruse, to aliens and tornadoes.

2006 Summer Movie Preview2006 Summer Movie Preview
May 2006

The summer movie season starts out with a bang this year, with a big-time movie hitting the screens each weekend in May, and wraps up in August with "Snakes on a Plane."

It's a bird... it's a plane... it's a superhero movie!It's a bird... it's a plane... it's a superhero movie!
October 6, 2006

With superhero movies on the rise, Bullz-Eye takes a look into the future – both near and far – to see what you can expect in the next few months. Or in some cases, years.

2006 Oscars Preview2006 Oscars Preview
March 2006

Need help with your Oscar predictions? David Medsker and Jason Zingale break down all the major categories for the biggest (and longest) dog and pony show in Hollywood.

Top 40 Music Moments in Film History2006 Winter Movie Preview
January 2006

We salute “Jarhead” for giving us the expression that succinctly describes our feelings towards the winter movie release schedule: Welcome to the suck.

2005 Year End Movie Review2005 Year End Movie Review
December 2005

We can't see everything, but we still managed to catch damn near every movie that hit theaters in 2005. David Medsker and Jason Zingale offer their lists of the best and worst of the year.

Best Death Scenes2005 Holiday Movie Preview
December 2005

With so many must-see films to choose from, Bullz-Eye makes sure you spend your money wisely this holiday season with a breakdown of all the new movies coming to theaters.

The 15 Best Horror MoviesThe 15 Best Horror Movies
October 24, 2005

We put our heads together – and in the process nearly bashed each other's heads in – and assembled what might be the most atypical list of horror movies you'll find.

The 15 Best Sequels in Movie HistoryThe 15 Best Sequels in Movie History
October 18, 2005

Sometimes, making a sequel to a movie is not such a bad idea. True, most of them are cynical, half-assed money plays, but there are a handful of sequels that actually improve upon the original.

The 15 Worst Sequels in Movie HistoryThe 15 Worst Sequels in Movie History
October 18, 2005

You can't talk about the best sequels without talking about the worst ones as well, so Bullz-Eye compiled a list of the movies so irredeemable that those responsible will surely be watching them "Clockwork Orange" style for all eternity in the afterlife.

2005 Fall Movie Preview2005 Fall Movie Preview
September 2005

The new installment in the "Harry Potter" franchise headlines the new fall season, along with the buzzworthy "Walk the Line" and the big screen revival of "Firefly."

2005 Summer Preview2005 Summer Movie Preview
April 2005

There's not a whole lot of originality this summer, with three TV adaptations, 10 remakes, and four sequels comprising most of your summer entertainment options.

Best Death ScenesTop 10 Baseball Movies
April 1, 2005

For a sport that induces rabid obsession in its fans and narcolepsy in its detractors, there have been a startling number of well made, and totally different, movies about baseball.

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