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Alamo Drafthouse to Recreate the Summer of 1982 in Geek Programming Series (Video)

The storied theater chain plans to show eight genre classics from '82 on the same weekends they originally opened, plus trailers from the era.

Wave Washes Away Two Crew Members on Norwegian Film Shoot

The accident follows a similar tragedy on a Swedish shoot last month.

Why Horror Films Are Dying at the Box Office

THE REPORT: Save for a few titles, the genre suffers as young people flee the multiplex.

‘The Thing’ Star Mary Elizabeth Winstead Talks About Comparisons to the 1982 Film (Video)

"It’s really hard for people to put aside their thoughts on the Carpenter version," she told THR at the Scream Awards on Saturday.

Box Office Report: ‘Footloose’ Eyes Weekend Win With $16 to $17 Million

Paramount’s remake tops Friday with $5.6 million; horror prequel “The Thing” off to so-so start with $3.2 mil, while the Steve Martin-Jack Black-Owen Wilson comedy “The Big Year” only grosses $1.2 mil.

Box Office Report: ‘Footloose’ Grosses $5.57 Million, On Course To Dance Away With The Weekend

Steve Martin, Jack Black and Owen Wilson's "The Big Year" off to a sluggish start, while Halloween-friendly "The Thing" on track to make over $10 million.

‘The Thing’: What the Critics Are Saying

One writes that Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.'s prequel is full of "tricks we've already seen," while another praises the updated "gnarly alien-shapeshifter."

New Movie Reviews: ‘Footloose,’ ‘The Big Year,’ ‘The Thing’ Hitting Theaters

What do THR’s critics have to say about the new films opening Friday?

Box Office Preview: Julianne Hough, Kenny Wormald Take the Stage in ‘Footloose’

The redo of the 1984 classic dance film has a shot at beating Hugh Jackman starrer "Real Steel" for No. 1; horror pic 'The Thing' and Steve Martin-Jack Black-Owen Wilson comedy "The Big Year" also open at the domestic box office.

The Thing: Film Review

Starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Joel Edgerton, this reboot of two famous sci-fi thrillers falls short of its predecessors, writes THR's Todd McCarthy.