If you noticed a little more elbow room while you were at the movies last year, it probably wasn't the result of recliner chairs at your cineplex. As The Hollywood Reporter tells it, only about 1.26 billion folks bought movie tickets between New Year's Day and New Year's Eve in 2014 -- the lowest...
January 2nd 2015 at 5:28am
Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology.
"Don't throw the past away. You might need it some rainy day."
-Peter Allen, from the song "Everything Old Is New Again"
During the late '90s and early '00s, the hype bubble grew large about a number of ideas that n...
Here's a corollary post to an earlier story. Our cousin site, Cinematical, has brought teh funneh with a post about which board games would make awful movies. In that spirit, we now present to you a list of games that would make terrible MMOs, in no particular order.Please note that these are merel...
February 28th 2008 at 9:00am
Don't ever say we never gave you a good way to waste a few hours on a Saturday morning. From our friends at Cinematical comes the story of this strange ARG, one that is apparently promoting new J.J. Abrams movie currently codenamed Cloverfield. If you're into surprises, just click this link to a bl...
Joystiq writer Kevin Kelly, who also moonlights for fellow Weblogs, Inc. blog Cinematical, attended geek culture mecca Star Wars Celebration IV at the Los Angeles Convention Center (former home of E3) and snapped more than enough photographs to live through him vicariously. Check out the highlights...
According to IMDb, Ving Rhames will be voicing the lead character of the upcoming Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories. The actor is noted for roles in Kojak, Mission: Impossible, Con Air and Pulp Fiction, to name a few. With his a commanding authority in his voice, Ving Rhames seems to be approprait...
August 29th 2006 at 3:32pm
been following all the good news about Sundance Film Festival over at Blogging Sundance and Cinematical,
then you've probably already spotted the news that Mix Master Mike was ripping up some cool tunes at last night's party
for The Beastie Boys' film
that James Rocchi reviewed for Cinemat...
January 23rd 2006 at 12:45pm
More Sundance, more HD. We already know many of the films being shown at the
festival were shot in HD, so of course even people who aren't there shouldn't watch them any other way. To that end,
the Flavorpill lifestyle blog has teamed up with DivX to provide high
definition videoclips direct from Ut...
January 20th 2006 at 6:28pm
We didn't make it
out to Sundance like some of the WIN crew; after all, who wants to see
movie screenings when we can relax in our home theaters with high-def televisions, right? What's that you say....over half of the 193
films at the Sundance Festival are in high-definition? No, say it ain't so....
January 19th 2006 at 7:21am
Now of course we would say DVGuru is the best place
to go learn about high definition tools for producing independent films, but if you like to get more hands on and
happen to be in Utah starting tomorrow, visit the HD House. They've
got panel discussions, product demonstrations and more planned. Th...
January 18th 2006 at 2:18pm
You can't fight it Hollywood:
folks want their first run high-def movies and they want to view them in the comfort of their own theater. We chatted
with Mark Cuban last year on the
whole "release in theaters and DVD and TV" concept; looks like Fox was listening. The COO of News. Corp,
January 13th 2006 at 8:43am
Attention movie loving Motion mavens! Our sister blog,
Cinematical, is looking for a
30 second (or less) intro for their Sundance vodcast and they want you to make it. You know the sort of thing they are
looking for, much like what our fantastic reader C. Robin Osborn did for us.Here's the deal, you...
January 5th 2006 at 3:30pm