“Annihilation” does justice for the science-fiction and horror genres

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Annihilation,” based on the novel by the same name, is Hollywood’s latest take on science fiction horror. The genre is notorious for...

Classic horror flicks still pack a Halloween punch

If you're looking for a spine-tingling Halloween evening, look no further than these Halloween horror flicks.


“A Star is Born” leaves us never wanting to love a different movie ever...

Joseph Horwath CONTRIBUTOR Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born feels confused. While recognizable as the third remake of the 1937 original because of similar plot points,...

Eight movies that needed to be family-friendly animation

DISCLAIMER. THE TOPICS AND ISSUES COVERED IN THIS EDITION ARE NOT REAL NEWS. ... HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY. Jeff Turner SENIOR STAFF WRITER 1. Taxi Driver Travis Bickle is a...

McAvoy marathon sheds light on movie accomplishments

By Phil Brown, Contributor James McAvoy is probably my favourite actor, and is undoubtedly what you might call a movie star. He’s appeared in 18...

‘Deathly Hallows, Part I’: The beginning of the end

The Gateway joined an audience of roughly 400 people for an advance screening of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" on Monday, Nov. 15 at Rave Motion Pictures Westroads.

If there's one thing that Muggles worldwide can agree on, it's that the latest movie about the Boy Who Lived is the bleakest and most sinister yet.

Whether fans, or merely along for the multi-billion dollar franchise ride, audiences who hit the theaters this weekend to see the first installment of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" will be presented with a very different scene than that of the shy young boy in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.


Topher, you could do better than “Take Me Home Tonight”

Regular viewers of the now defunct "That 70s Show" can tell you that Topher Grace was always too good for the show. I got the same feeling watching his new 80s comedy, "Take Me Home Tonight."


FX brings the awkward with both “Wilfred” and “Louie”

A crude Australian man in a cheap dog suit and a painfully awkward single dad just trying to get by. They don't exactly sound like the most common TV stars, but when has anything on FX ever been common?