Spoiler Alert!

Godzilla Hand

If you’ve appreciated the tact taken with the Godzilla marketing so far, how we haven’t really seen much of the monster, you might not want to watch the new international trailer. If you want to know as little as possible before the remake arrives in theaters, just close this post and go read about our favorite movies of the Tribeca Film Festival (or jump over to Nonfics for the documentary version of that list) or anything else. But if you’ve been dying to see some prehistoric giant monster action, then today is your lucky day. If you aren’t afraid to know what this new Godzilla is all about, keep on reading this post until you get to that embedded motion picture box and click on the play icon. I’ll join you again on the other side. 



Angels and Demons is the somewhat anticipated follow-up to The DaVinci Code, and by almost every measure the new film is superior. Better action, more entertaining, shorter hair… and yet it still manages to be one of the most ridiculous movies of the year.



In which a die hard Deadpool fan attempts to calm himself, examine the evidence, reveal rumors, and stop himself from tearing down an office wall out of anger. Could we both be right and wrong about Deadpool? We dissect this popular quasi-hero and decide if a temper tantrum was really necessary.


Christopher Nolan, My Next Door Neighbor

You are never going to believe who’s playing Catwoman!



People hate spoilers. And for anyone who runs a movie website, the topic of spoilers is always a red hot one. And for my part, I do my best to keep them off the pages of FSR. Once you pass into the real world though, I can no longer protect you.

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published: 01.26.2015
published: 01.26.2015
published: 01.26.2015
published: 01.26.2015

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