This week's Ketchup covers movie development news stories about such movies as My Little Pony, X-Men: Apocalypse, a Cabin Fever remake, and a sequel for indie classic Welcome to the Dollhouse.
Christy Lemire breaks down the family adventure Earth to Echo.
With 1999's The Blair Witch Project, Eduardo Sánchez, largely contributed to a filmmaking movement, influencing years of found-footage films to come. Now, with his new film, Exists, we are witness to what Sánchez calls a hybrid found-footage film. This time, instead of a witch, the mythological subject is Bigfoot. We had a chance to ask Sánchez about his five favorite films. See if the list surprises you.
Canadian TV's Schitt's Creek, a new comedy series with Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara, former co-stars of SCTV and several of the Christopher Guest mockumentary films, will not only air in Canada, but also on TVGN (formerly the TV Guide Network) in January of 2015. The first trailer can be seen here.
Red carpet photo gallery of the stars from new films John Wick, White Bird in a Blizzard, and Laggies.
This week the team kicks off the show with reviews for John Wick (and Grae shares and interview with star Keanu Reeves). Then they cover Ouija, 23 Blast, and Laggies. Ryan talks about new home video releases Snowpiercer, and Mad Men, and Grae share another interview, this time with Mel Brooks for the anniversary release of Young Frankenstein. Beki talks about critics' reaction to the new Constantine TV series, and Matt takes the opportunity to rant about Toys R Us. The second half of the show features an extended interview with Lynn Shelton and Sam Rockwell, director and co-star of Laggies. And finally, you Grae shares how you can enter for a chance to win a John Wick prize pack!
This week, Mena Suvari helps the possessed while Morena Baccarin treats the criminally insane. Plus, Breaking Bad causes a stir while a Real Housewife heads to stir. Lastly, find out why a cable network is footing your bill to the polls this election.
The Gotham Independent Film Awards have announced their nominees for 2014, unofficially kicking the film industry into the beginning of the annual awards season. Click through for the full list of nominees.
After last week's HTGAWM cliffhanger (and those nine unforgettable words), see a wig-less, makeup-less Viola Davis confront her husband!
Get in the spirit of All Hallows' Eve with these 50 critically-acclaimed horror movies and TV shows that are available for streaming on Netflix!
Watch enough TV, and the programming landscape can start to feel a bit repetitive after a while; if you've seen a handful of sitcoms, soaps, procedurals, or reality shows, sometimes it's easy to assume you've seen them all. But this is not to say that every so often, network execs aren't capable of indulging the occasional flight of fancy. In fact, the dial is often littered with memorably idiosyncratic shows -- some of which we later look back on with befuddled bemusement and wonder what the people behind the scenes could have been thinking. This week, we raise a glass to those not-so-noble failures, so start practicing your most quizzical facial expressions -- it's time for Total Recall!
To prime yourself for season two of The Comeback, premiering on Nov. 9 at 10 pm on HBO, here's what you need to know before spending a weekend with Aunt Sassy.
These actors have made the most of their career on television sitcoms, and created generations of couch potatoes!
"Modern Family" and "Black-ish" continue to draw strong ratings as well.
Aaron Sorkin says so.
Carell will star in a Charlie Kaufman-scripted adaptation of the Arthur Herzog novel.
Corden will take over for Craig Ferguson March 9.
It'll be a "grounded sci-fi drama."
Writer/director Robert Budreau wants Hawke for "Born to Be Blue."
Plans call for a 2015 release, timed to the band's 50th anniversary.