Because he’s not just cute as hell.
Because he’s not just cute as hell.
From vampires and werewolves to Bigfoot and the Babadook, horror in 2014 was genre-bending and eclectic.
Because nothing says “Thanksgiving” like being too grossed-out to eat. WARNING: Major gore ahead. Also, spoilers! Proceed at your own risk.
He called this de-bearding a “Face-Brazilian” and somehow looks like an entirely different human being?!
The fanboy king and Clerks director has made something shocking, funny, and fresh in Tusk.
You don’t have to smoke weed to enjoy them, but it helps.
And don’t worry — he promised fans he won’t be doing a Kickstarter to fund it.
He even showed off some of the writing. A film twenty years in the making…
In 2003 I took to LiveJournal to rank my favorite hotties.
So, they can still cancel the new Superman movie and make this happen, right? RIGHT?!
And travels back in time with him to 2003. A simpler time, when MySpace ruled the social media landscape. Mr. Smith was at NYCC to talk about Comic Book Men on AMC.
“What are your five favorite films?” is the question Rotten Tomatoes has been posing to celebrities for years. Here are some of the most revealing lists they have published. Please, add your own top five in the comments (and explain why they are the best, that makes it way more interesting)!
Some of the year’s most epic movies come out in the summertime, and judging by the line-up for Summer 2012, we definitely won’t be disappointed. Check out some of the most highly anticipated movies that we’re already buying advanced tickets for. Regardless of what movies you see this summer, you should always look to movie lovers, not critics for your reviews. Watch Spoilers with Kevin Smith, a Hulu Original Series doing just that.
Despite their limited audiences, it’s hard to deny that directors with cult followings are very talented… in one way or another. Here are ten directors whose films have attracted the largest cult followings. And if you want the chance to talk about movies with one of them, check out Spoilers with Kevin Smith, a Hulu Original Series.
Kevin Smith is notorious for his reoccurring characters in almost all of his movies. These characters are a cut above the rest. And if you can’t get enough of Kevin Smith, he’s hosting a Hulu Original Series called “Spoilers,” which is a talk show based around movies—featuring movie lovers, not movie critics.
Twitter user “@gaydude” only has 12 tweets, and all of them are sexual messages to director Kevin Smith. I challenge anyone to find a weirder fan account on Twitter, and if you do, let me know. Found by @spergers
Or is a really good sport about Smith’s story about him. This is Burton’s quote from the back of Kevin Smith’s new book “Tough Sh*t.” (via @ThatKevinSmith)
Kevin Smith has a new reality series on AMC called “Comic Book Men.” It’s pretty much “Mallrats” meets “Pawn Stars” meets “High Fidelity.” Haven’t heard of it yet? Here’s everything you need to know before the series premieres on Sunday.
During a press conference for his new film Red State at Comic-Con 2011, Kevin Smith tells the true story about the time at Sundance he told Harvey Weinstein to “shut the f**k up.” (via Gotcha Media) Watch Video ›
That’s half a Jason Mewes!
Not that you could tell because he insists on wearing hockey muumuus.
As good a motivator as any.
After “Cop Out,” maybe not a bad idea.
Last night Kevin Smith gave a great speech regarding his controversial new horror film, Red State, at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Set in middle America, the film is heavily inspired by the Westboro Baptist Church and other “fire and brimstone” fellowships. View List ›
Kevin Smith says Bruce Willis was a dick.
Famously too-fat-to-fly guy Kevin Smith had more plane trouble.
Mall Rats director, Kevin Smith, was thrown off a Southwest Airlines flight yesterday for being a “safety risk.” The polite way of saying he was too fat to fly. Smith took to Twitter and boy was he pissed View Image ›
Kevin Smith’s attempt to exploit the “I’m F*cking” celebrity video phenomenon to promote his new movie Zack and Miri Make a Porno feels like a mediocre version of a Judd Apatow-style viral stunt, especially since the movie features Apatow veterans Seth Rogan and Elizabeth Banks. Read More ›