Today, exactly a month after closing all of its non-franchise US stores, Blockbuster has announced that there will no longer be, wow, what a difference between their domestic and UK physical presence. Having unsurprisingly failed to find a buyer willing to invest in video stores, the rental chain is reportedly now also closing its 91 remaining locations in the United Kingdom. The stores will be shutting their doors for good on Monday, so plan around that in trying to make Edgar Wright's The World's End the chain's apt final rental. For symmetry.
Pictured above, center, is the last guy to ever pop over to Blockbuster real quick before they close and grab whatever's still available that's new. Though you'd think no one would have done that in years anyway, apparently this guy in Hawaii still actually did last night, and ... / Continue →
With Ethan Hawke (SPOILER) successfully purged from this summer's The Purge, the film's quickly-announced sequel needs someone new for the next time American becomes a law-free murder zone. And according to Deadline, Blumhouse Productions and Universal are going with Frank Gril... / Continue →
Today brings with it our 2014 nominees for the Golden Globes, our most prestigious geography learning aids. Leading the pack in the film categories this year are 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle, each drawing seven nods, including for Best Picture (Drama and Largely Comedy,... / Continue →