Film

"Escape from New York" comes to Warren Oldtown

Escape from New York comes to Warren Oldtown

While the 2015 summer blockbuster movie season has just begun, there's no denying an opportunity to see a prime example of the sci-fi action genre on the big screen. The Warren Theatres' Return of the Cults series rages on with John Carpenter's Escape From New York, featuring Kurt Russell in the iconic role of the eyepatch-wearing mercenary Snake Plissken.

Section: 

Take a better look at The Longest Ride

Take a better look at The Longest Ride

Hearing that another Nicholas Sparks movie is in the theater probably puts the fear into a lot of men's hearts over the prospects of watching romance schmaltz at its finest. As for me, I'll bite if there's a good gimmick to drive the story along that's not a repeat of "Love Story" with one of the romantic leads just simply suffering from another disease.

Section: 

Original Mad Max roaring into the Palace

Original Mad Max roaring into the Palace

With Mad Max: Fury Road set to roar into theaters May 15, Wichita's going to get an opportunity to see George Miller's original Mad Max at the Palace Theatre at 7, 9:15 and 11:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights.

Initially released in 1979, Mad Max became a cult sensation, launching Mel Gibson to stardom and marking George Miller as a new director of note.

Section: 

Unfriended delivers smart, chilling cyberhorror

Unfriended delivers smart, chilling cyberhorror

While cell phones and general electronic connectivity as a whole have been incorporating themselves into the horror genre for a while — particularly in Japan, where films like Ringu, Kairo, Phone and the original One Missed Call made such technologies weapons under the power of angry revenants — Unfriended makes the leap connecting technohorror and the first person su

Section: 

Home is more Dreamworks "meh"

Home is more Dreamworks "meh"

Dreamworks Animation has not had a very good couple of years.In January studio head Jeffrey Katzenberg announced an estimated 500 layoffs, budgetary cutbacks and a reduction to two annual features to help right a ship that, despite wins like The Croods and How to Train Your Dragon 2, found itself taking on water due to the failures of Rise of the Guardians, Turbo, Mr.

Section: 

Pages

Subscribe to Film