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Guns N' Roses guitarist turned film producer Slash and director Anthony Leonardi III spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about their horror collaboration "Nothing Left to Fear."
Director Anthony Leonardi III’s feature debut "Nothing Left to Fear" is an imaginatively envisioned horror film that falters in its execution, as awkward pacing undermines suspense and lingering questions frustrate viewers.
Justin Timberlake, Ben Affleck and Gemma Arterton deliver strong performances in "Runner Runner," director Brad Furman's tense crime thriller set in the world of online poker.
The latest film by "Children of Men" director Alfonso Cuarón may well be the year's greatest, thanks to fantastic work from Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, and the awe-inspiring expanse of space.
A handful of film classics come home in new, upgraded sets, alongside yet another horror box set and a potential new animated favorite in "The Croods."
"Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2" directors Cody Cameron and Kris Pearn spoke with SPINOFF about moving from disaster-movie tropes to monster mayhem as they take the reins of the animated sequel.
"Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is Joss Whedon's attempt to bring the "Avengers" to television and create superhero stakes without brand-name heroes -- and the director doesn't fail to impress.
Warner Bros.' 3D re-release "The Wizard of Oz" underscores the timelessness of great storytelling, as well as the leaps in technology that have occurred in just a few short years.
Michael Giacchino, the composer for both of J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" films, spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about stepping further away from the iconic scores of earlier installments of the franchise.
A "Friday the 13th" box set, two zombie movies and Sophia Coppola's "The Bling Ring arrive this week in Todd Gilchrist's Blu-ray Collector rundown.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" actress Alice Eve spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about portraying Carol Marcus, and the controversy surrounding her now-infamous underwear scene.
"Insidious: Chapter 2" director James Wan spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about connecting the sequel to the successful first film, taking lessons from "The Conjuring" and what scares him in real life.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" director J.J. Abrams spoke one-on-one with SPINOFF about his rationale for making Khan the villain, and explores his uniquely mysterious way of making movies.
"Sons of Anarchy" actress Maggie Siff spoke one-on-one with SPINOFF about the shocking ending to the Season 6 premiere, Tara's time in prison, her relationship with Jax and how creepy Donal Logue is as Lee Toric.
In the first installment of SPINOFF's Blu-ray Collector, Todd Gilchrist assesses new releases "Star Trek Into Darkness,", "Star Trek: Stardate Collection" and "It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Season 8."
As "Star Trek Into Darkness" arrives on Blu-ray, producer and co-writer Alex Kurtzman spoke one-on-one with SPINOFF about the questions and critiques fans had about director J.J. Abrams' sequel.
Wrtiers/directors Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant spoke with SPINOFF about blending horror and comedy in their low-budget "Hell Baby" and the freedom of working outside of a studio.
David Twohy, the writer/director of "Riddick," spoke with SPINOFF about gender politics, personal growth and spirituality in the latest installment in Vin Diesel’s scrappy sci-fi franchise.
Rob Corddry, the star of the new horror-comedy "Hell Baby," spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about deconstructing genre material, discovering his own versatility and his desire to be the villain in Marvel's "Ant-Man."
The once and future Riddick talks about bringing the killer character back to life for a more intimate, but no less exciting sci-fi adventure, fighting David Bautista and the future of filmmaking.