Director Brian Knappenberger discusses his documentary about the pioneering Internet activist who took his own life.
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The film features war, leaks, terrorism and cover-ups. But it’s boring, and misses the big picture to boot.
Iron Man 3 does right by the Iron Man canon – and provides great summer viewing.
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Some of the crew behind Mystery Science Theater 3000 have created RiffTrax to come up with new options for hilarious movie commentary. Riffmaster Michael J. Nelson explains why they’re trying to raise big bucks to license the latest Hollywood blockbusters.
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Way before Silicon Valley crashed its way into mainstream consciousness, Hollywood was promoting the nerd.
Minority Report is a pretty dumb vision of the “smart” future. Smarter marketing goes far beyond advertising to focus on on delivering services and utility.
New technologies from Nvidia and USC make CGI faces look like you’d expect them to – until they move and get all creepy.
Crowdfunding, cloud services and mobile devices are remaking financing and the film industry. That’s really good, right?
Microsoft has just patched a Windows exploit that could allow friends, coworkers or even foreign spies to easily hack into your PC. Plus: New Windows Store update policies.
Get yer bingo cards ready – CES 2013 is once again ground zero for weird, unnecessary celebrity appearances!
The traditional entertainment giant’s big investment into new media further validates YouTube’s importance as a video content source.
When it comes to promoting movies, it turns out quality is more important than quantity. Too bad that’s not always true for the movies themselves.
This is a win for Netflix, but make no mistake, Disney is in charge.
“Hey, if it takes $4 billion to keep Lucas away from any future Star Wars films, that is money well spent.”