02.03-05.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

The first weekend of February at the box office chronicled a close one, $1,130,026 to be exact, between Chronicle and The Woman in Black.  The two premieres fought off The Grey, Big Miracle and Underworld: Awakening to win the weekend’s #1 and #2 spots, and boosted the weekend box office of Super Bowl XLVI 31% over Super Bowl XLV with the help of the rest...

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01.27-29.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

The last weekend of the first month of 2012 ended with firsts from Liam Neeson (Unknown), Katherine Heigl (New Year’s Eve) and Sam Worthington (The Debt) at the box office.  Action-focused writer/director Joe Carnahan’s (The A-Team, Smokin’ Aces) The Grey with Neeson, Dermot Mulroney (Abduction) and Frank Grillo (Warrior) survived the Alaskan...

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01.24.2011: What To Watch – DVD/Blu-ray Releases

Supernatural and Steel will have us fighting for frights in front of the TV with two DVD/Blu-ray releases! Paranormal Activity 3 (2011 / R / 83 mins) on DVD and 2-Disc Unrated Director’s Cut Blu-ray + DVD Combo with Digital Copy in DVD or Blu-ray Packaging.  Starring Katie Featherston (Paranormal Activity), Sprague Graydon (TV’s 24), Lauren Bittner...

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01.20-22.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

The under world’s Vampires and Lycans fought off the over world’s Nazis, Mark Wahlberg, the Beast and Gina Carano, the “Face of Women’s MMA” in the fourth box office outing for the Underworld franchise.  The Swedish directing duo of Måns Mårlind and Björn Stein’s American feature debut bested television turned movie director...

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01.20-22.2012: What To Watch – Weekend Theater and TV Edition

The AFC and NFC championships are upon us but we’ll sandwich it between a slice of Vampire, Lycan, snake, mouse and an alternate world. THEATER PREMIERE Underworld Awakening (R / 88 mins / In 2D, 3D, IMAX 3D & RealD 3D)  Starring Kate Beckinsale (Contraband), Stephen Rea (The Reaping), Michael Ealy (TV’s FlashForward), Theo James (TV’s...

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01.13-16.2012: Weekend Box Office – The $

The premieres of three movies, two new and one old, celebrated the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend by seizing top spots in the four-day weekend box office but not without trouble from a pair of five-weekend aces.  Mark Wahlberg and Kate Beckinsale smuggled counterfeit bills and director Baltasar Kormákur’s $25 million Contraband to #1 with $28.515 million...

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