Congratulations to the city of Lawton for achieving an Oklahoma Film Friendly Community Certification. The OF + MO (Oklahoma Film + Music Office) which is a division of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce along with the Lawton Arts and Humanities Council just announced the news today.
Get ready for a drive in double feature fundraiser at the Vaska Theatre this weekend on Saturday night (01-23-21). It's going to be a good time and for a great cause! Proceeds will go to benefit the relighting campaign.
This one's for the guys. OK, what ghoulish lady for TV and the movies is hotter. Lilly Munster, as played by Yvonne DiCarlo, from The Munsters, Morticia Addams, as portrayed by Carolyn Jones, from the Addams Family or Elvira, Mistress of the Dark?
We're tired of these glamorized sex scenes in movies -- the truth is that sex is awkward and weird sometimes, and we love when movies get it right. There's nothing quite like a painfully awkward sex scene in a movie, whether it's played for laughs or for discomfort. We've collected a list of the most awkward sex scenes in movies, ranging from the hilarious to the embarrassing, cringe-worthy, and hard to watch.
Read on to see if your favorites made the cut. We've included video clips for some, but others were just a little too NSFW.
Have you ever wondered "What if Star Wars took place in Australia?"... Me neither, but I like the idea. Watching this trailer feels like someone remixed Star Wars with an epic beer commercial. The good guys have light-sabers, the clone troops rock some sweet light-boomerangs, and a lot of it takes place in a brewery. EPIC. Though it's pretty amateur, I'm pretty confident it will blow Pha
Well it's Halloween and normally around this time of year and in fact if memory serves me correctly, a new Paranormal Activity movie should be getting ready to come in theaters this weekend or next week. Well there is no new movie coming out in time for Halloween, so movie-goers will have to find their annual movie scares elsewhere.
Star Trek: Into Darkness is a sequel to J.J Abrams’ 2009 “reboot” of the franchise. I put reboot in quotations because I don’t really consider it a restart of the series. I consider the new films set in their own alternate timeline because one of stamps the series was famous for was alternate realities and time travel. Well it’s just that it’s Star Trek in an alternate timeline and the sequel to t
The most hotly-anticipated movie of the summer opens this weekend, so it’s no surprise it’ll stand alone as the only new flick to hit theaters. Who’d want to compete against what will almost surely wind up being one of the most successful films of all time?