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June 12, 2009

Five Favourite Films with Wes Craven

No director in recent history has made their particular genre as much their own as Wes Craven. The legendary helmer virtually redefined the horror movies with the likes of The Hills Have Eyes and The Nightmare on Elm Street. His very first film was the horrifically violent box-office smash The Last House on the Left. Unlike Elm Street - which is being reinvented without any input from Craven - Last House is being remade with the director's blessing, under the stewardship of Dennis Iliadis, and hits UK screens this Friday. RT had some time with Craven, and with the scaremongering legend on the other end of our phone, we just couldn't resist asking him for his five favourite films.More…

October 20, 2008

The Films, Actors, and Directors Oscar Forgot

We all know the Oscars aren't the truest indicator of quality, but just how many great movies, actors, and directors have been passed over for the little golden man? The Los Angeles Times has assembled a list offering its answers for those very questions.More…

June 21, 2007

Frank Miller and Clive Owen to Do Some Old-School Film Noir

Now here's a project that sounds pretty damn cool: Frank Miller directing Clive Owen in an adaptation of a Raymond Chandler story -- and it'll probably be the first in a series!More…

June 9, 2005

Critical Consensus: "Mr. and Mrs. smith" Happy Together; "Howl's" Moving Fresh

This week at the movies is a study in camaraderie: two college students on the run, a boy and two young superheroes, a teenage girl befriending a wizard, and Ralph Kramden and Ed Norton. And, oh yeah, Brad and Angelina. Here at Rotten Tomatoes, we know that the relationship between critics and films can be a little rocky at times. Which of this week?s wide releases will get some love and which will be kicked to the curb? Read on to find out.More…