Detroit, MI â€“ Mobsters, zombies, and beer, oh my! From horror movies to romantic comedies to independent art-house films, the First Annual Detroit Independent Film Festival (DIFF) offers thrilling entertainment for every movie fan. In celebration of Michiganâ€™s outstanding filmmaking talent, the festival features over 80 films at Detroitâ€™s Burton Theatre and Wayne State Theatre from March 2 through March 7, 2010. The DIFF will also host the First Annual Michigan Film Awards, with a ceremony that honors the very best Michigan shorts, features, and performances of 2009.
In a series of exclusive interviews that we'll publish in full on Monday and Tuesday of next week, both star Sharlto Copley and director Neil Blomkamp revealed that they would both be interested in a sequel to the already-buzzed and well-reviewed District 9 if the opportunity presents itself.
Copley expressed no hesitation when asked if he would return to filmmaking duty if...Read More
MovieRetriever.com is for movie hounds looking for the next great movie to watch, at home or in the theater. Our irreverent Barks with Bite blog delivers honest movie reviews, interviews with cast members and more, all with a snarky disposition to keep your tail wagging!
MovieRetriever.comÂ Editors Mike Tyrkus and Tom Burns (Turk182 and CoolerKing to the cognoscenti) were guests of The Internet Advisor radio talkshowÂ on WJR in Detroit, Michigan over the weekend. Over the course of the half-hour interview, they discussed the 2009 Academy Awards as well as the history of the site and the general goings on at MovieRetriever.com with the hosts...Read More
The folks behind MovieRetriever.com are raising money for the Children's Leukemia Foundation of Michigan this summer and would like to ask for your help. First, a little back story to set the mood....
Welcome to MovieRetriever.com! To celebrateÂ our arrivalÂ on the Web, weâ€™re giving away three copies of VideoHoundâ€™s Golden Movie Retriever 2008 every week until July 6, 2008.
Because we want you to have fun on our site and not be assaulted with countless rules or be forced to jump through a never-ending series of contractual hoops, weâ€™ve made...Read More
Cut the ribbon, pop the champagne, and put down some newspaper, VideoHound has finally made it to the internet with MovieRetriever.com! For those of you unfamiliar with us, VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever has been around for almost 20 years, featuring over 28,000 movie reviews and the coolest, funkiest, and paws-down BEST indexes in all of movie-dom. Sure, Roger Ebert and Leonard Maltin do the same thingâ€”if you can wade through...Read More
Toss a bone down the street every morning, and the Hound will come running back with his favorite news stories from the Hollywood trades and beyond. We donâ€™t understand it either. Maybe we should get him a shock collar.