Matt Singer is the managing editor and film critic of the website ScreenCrush.com. For five years, he was the on-air host of IFC News on the Independent Film Channel, hosting coverage of film festivals and red carpets around the world. He’s been a frequent contributor to the television shows CBS This Morning Saturday and Ebert Presents At the Movies, and his writing has also appeared in print and online at The Village Voice, The Dissolve, and Indiewire.
The Last Blockbuster Video Now Has Its Own Beer
A Bend, Oregon brewer is celebrating its local Blockbuster - the last in the US - with a new black ale.
17 Music Videos Co-Starring Movie Characters
Celebrating the lost art of movie theme songs featuring appearances by the characters they’re about.
Listen to Eminem’s ‘Venom’ Song, Which Rhymes ‘Symbiote So’ and ‘Loco’
(He rhymes symbiote with loco on it.)
Disney’s Star Wars Land Cantina Looks and Sounds Insane
If you’ve ever wanted to experience the world of Star Wars, Disney’s “Star Wars: Galaxy Edge” in Disneyland and Walt Disney World is your dream come true.
Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Big Trouble In Little China’ Is More Continuation Than Remake
(But it will still involve large amounts of trouble in Little China.)
Disney’s Streaming Service Is Called Disney Play, Will Cost Less Than Netflix
Plus, the service reportedly has its official title.
YouTube Pulls Scary ‘The Nun’ Ad For Violating ‘Shocking Content Policy’
The new spinoff of ‘The Conjuring’ had an ad so creepy people complained until YouTube took it down.
Great Scott! It’s the Reunited Cast of ‘Back to the Future’
The cast of the ’80s classic appeared at Fan Expo in Boston.
How Spike Lee Used ‘BlacKkKlansman’ to Get Revenge on One of the Most Racist Movies Ever M…
In ‘BlacKkKlansman,’ Spike Lee uses footage of D.W. Griffith’s ‘The Birth of a Nation’ to fight racism in modern times.
An Oscar Category for ‘Best Popular Film’ Is a Terrible Idea
The Academy Awards are going to make a new category to celebrate achievement in “popular movies.” Could they just not?
MoviePass To Stop Offering Unlimited Movies
Starting August 15, MoviePass customers will get just three movies a month instead of the previous one-a-day deal.