The Devil Inside [Review]
The Devil Inside is a creepy, scary exorcism film that is undone by its own devices. Director William Brent Bell spends the better part of film’s run-time setting up and executing an entertaining and chilling look at a girl searching for her mother and the nature of her disorder and two priests who may be able to... 
Trailer Park: Silent House
I wonder how many people are kicking themselves right about now? After years of slavish-devotion to the franchise that surrounded Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and the disturbing countdowns to them becoming legal, it turns out younger sister Elizabeth Olsen may turn out with the career worth watching. Last year she was... 
New Oscar Commercial Honors Billy Crystal's Epic Reputation
The Oscars are rapidly approaching, along with the long-awaited return of Billy Crystal as host. One of the running jokes that have been going on behind the scenes of Widescreen Warrior and on our official forums is a reference to the last time that Crystal hosted. In a montage of film clips that were “Forest Gumped”... 
Rafe's Rant: Les Miserables is Looking Miserable
Ever since the first time I saw it on stage as a teenager, I’ve been a huge fan of Les Miserables. The musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s story of revolution and romance, and particularly his heroic, downtrodden Jean Valjean enraptured me instantly. I’ve seen the show at every opportunity, purchased the incredible... 
Shall We Play a Game #9: Still in the Old Republic
Happy New Year! Chris and Rafe get together to talk about their Christmas video game swag (Catherine for Chris, Batman: Arkham Asylum and City for Rafe). We follow up on a few stories we’ve talked about in the past few episodes – responses to that awesome Modern Warfare advertising Rafe liked and the... 
Legacies of the Force: BioWare Swings an Early Banhammer
Star Wars: The Old Republic may be the newest entry to the MMORPG game, but it still gets to suffer the growing pains of other games. It seems there are some elements of gaming culture that we can’t overcome, regardless of how many games come out. One of those aspects is poor behavior on the part of the players.... 
Rafe's Top Ten Movies of 2011
For the first time in all of my years of doing this, I’m not incredibly thrilled with my end of the year list. As usual, there are movies appearing on other people’s lists that I haven’t gotten to see, and unfortunate timing means I won’t be seeing them for another couple of weeks at the best.... 
Trailer Park: Prometheus
Ridley Scott may have been playing coy with fans and his new science-fiction film, but the ruse is up. For months Scott has evaded questions about whether Prometheus was related to his iconic 1979 science-fiction entry. As pictures have come out, fans have devoted themselves to the idea that this is a sequel or prequel... 
Trailer Park: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
It’s been a long, challenging road for The Hobbit. It’s endured lawsuits, studio bankruptcy, and even a change in directors. At times, it didn’t even look like the prequel to the popular Lord of the Rings movies was ever going to be made. On one hand, there were people who were happy with that outlook, feeling... 
Trailer Park: The Dark Knight Rises - Trailer 1
When I sat down to see Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, I knew I would probably see the trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, the third (and unfortunately final) Christopher Nolan Batman movie. Heck, I’ll even admit that the lure of the Dark Knight Rises trailer was a good part of why I wanted to see the Sherlock... 
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