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Best And Worst Movies About The Occult

11/18/2010 5:53pm EST
Care for some voodoo or good old exorcism? I've got the list of the best and worst flicks for a good scary night in.



“Don't bury me, I am not dead!”

Imagine this... you're paralyzed but conscious, however unable to move or in any other way able to communicate with others. You can't even signal that you are alive. Those around you pronounce you dead. Doesn't sound like a happy ending, now does it?

Bill Pullmann plays an anthropologist who travels to Haiti upon hearing rumors that a powerful drug is being used by voodoo practitioner...

'Sex And The City 2': Fail In The U.S., Fab In The U.K.

6/1/2010 8:48pm EDT
Sex And The City 2
The "Sex And The City" girls can rely on their fans in the U.K. - their movie sequel has strutted to the top of the British box office, just days after failing to excite U.S. cinemagoers.

The highly-anticipated film failed to hit the top spot in America over the Memorial Day weekend, losing out to both "Shrek Forever After" and "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time."

But Brit devotees of the hit TV series-turned-movie franchise flocked to catch the return of Carrie Bradshaw.

The sequel shot to the top of the box office with a $9.2 million opening weekend.

Dance movie "Streetdance 3D" fel...

'Twilight's' Carlisle Cullen Is The Richest Fictional Character

4/16/2010 4:32pm EDT
Twilight New Moon
Forbes recently released its 2010 edition of "Fictional 15," which ranks fiction's wealthiest characters. Topping the list is Carlisle Cullen, the patriarch from the "Twilight" novels and films.

Cullen, age 370, is worth $34.1 billion, mostly due to his adopted daughter Alice, who picks stocks based on her ability to see the future.

Other wealthy characters and their estimated net worth:

Scrooge McDuck ($33.5 billion)
Richie Rich ($11.5 billion)
Tony Stark ($8.8 billion)
Jed Clampett ($7.2 billion)
Adrian Veidt ($7 billion)
Bruce Wayne ($6.5 billion)
The Tooth Fairy ($3.9 billion)

Hollywood Muscle Guys Who Have Starred In Ridiculous Movie Roles

1/28/2010 10:00am EST
Tooth Fairy
Dwayne Johnson's latest movie role as a tutu wearing male Tinkerbell in "Tooth Fairy" is another embarrassment in the long line of embarrassments for Hollywood muscle guys. For some reason, the muscle guys of Hollywood think it's a good idea to go from starring in action movies to starring in Disney kid movies or movies that muscle guys shouldn't be in. Let's take a look at some of the muscle guys who have starred in the most ridiculous movie roles.

Sylvester Stallone

Famous for his movie roles as Rocky Balboa and John Rambo, Sly Stallone is one of the biggest movie muscle guys in Hol...

Dwayne Johnson: Should He Go Back To Pro Wrestling?

1/21/2010 11:00am EST
Dwayne Johnson
In his upcoming film "Tooth Fairy," Dwayne Johnson plays an intimidating hockey player who is punished for his senseless behavior and transformed into a tooth fairy. That's right, a tooth fairy. This is a far cry from the old days when Dwayne Johnson played a wrestling character who was brash, cocky, and laid the smack down on any WWE wrestler that crossed his path. Johnson has gone from being "The Rock" to now wearing a tutu like Tinker Bell. This new movie role doesn't sit well with some fans who have been following Johnson since his WWE days. With his last two kid-friendly movies ("Race ...

Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies -'Legion,' 'Extraordinary Measures' & More

1/18/2010 12:36pm EST
In a rare feat, I was able to catch two movies last week that came out in theaters: "The Lovely Bones" and "The Book of Eli." I didn't really care for "The Lovely Bones" however

I very much enjoyed "The Book of Eli." To get a more detailed look at my thoughts check out my reviews here on Starpulse.

This week features a bizarre mix of movies including the religious thriller "Legion," the silly family film "Tooth Fairy," the emotional drama "Extraordinary Measures," and the coming-of- age story "To Save a Life."


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January: The Worst Month For Cinema

1/8/2010 10:35am EST
The Worst Month for Cinema
January truly is the worst month for film. In fact, January is the equivalent of the second string JV team in high school. Its sole purpose is to warm the benches for the upcoming seasons.

The month sometimes holds a few kernels of popcorn goodness. The two genres that perform well, or at least have been granted a few sleeper hits in the past decade, are thrillers and sci-fi/horror. Last year 'Taken' and 'My Bloody Valentine 3D' were stars among flops in January. Typically, as rabid consumers of cinema, we forget about January. Honestly, do any of you fondly remember titles like, '...