The Top Movies Of 2013

Sun 14 December 2014

Because the consensus this time is right on. 2013 was a fantastic year at the movies. http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2013/12/17/the-best-movies-of-2013/

You Have To Watch The Trailer For 'Freezer'

One way that low-budget thrillers have dealt with the constraints of having less money than their competitors is to keep the action contained to a single room. There was "Phone Booth," then "Buried," and even "ATM." But "Freezer" might take the cake. "Freezer," as you might imagine, is about a man who is trapped in a bathroom. http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2013/12/12/you-have-to-watch-the-trailer-for-freezer/

Exclusive 'The Legend Of Hercules' Photos: Kellan Lutz Is A Man And A God

It may have started with "Batman Begins," but the superhero origin story is still a popular route to go when tackling an iconic character on the big screen. Just last year, we saw Superman get rebooted with "Man of Steel," and next year, one of the world's first superheroes is getting an origin story of his own. In "The Legend of Hercules," "Twilight" star" Kellan Lutz is taking on the role of the legendary half-god and taking him all the way back to his roots. We've scored a whole bunch of exclusive photos from "The Legend of Hercules," including several of Lutz in various kind of sheets and armor, if you're into that kind of thing. Check out the rest of our exclusive photos after the jump! http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2013/12/11/legend-of-hercules-kellan-lutz/

'Elysium' VFX Supervisor Dishes On 'Chappie,' Game Spinoffs And Blowing Droids To Bits

With the Logan Lerman movie about to hit Blu-ray and DVD this week, MTV Movies Blog has an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at what went into bringing the character Tyson to life. http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2013/12/16/percy-jackson-sea-of-monsters-blu-ray-exclusive-behind-the-creature-effects/

'Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters' Blu-ray Exclusive: Behind The Creature Effects

In slow motion. "I said, 'Wait a minute: we're going to see all of these big, shredded pieces, traveling through metal plates?' We were not prepared for that, and at the time we had a lot of other work on our hands. I think that was one of those shots that was quite demanding." When asked about the look of "Elysium," Muyzers says Blomkamp really wanted this film to evolve the gritty, in-your-face documentary of "District 9." "For [Neil], it's always important to feel like you're there. Now 'Elysium' was a little bit of a step away from that. The purpose was to create a film that felt less documentary-style and more epic. http://moviesblog.mtv.com/2013/12/17/elysium-vfx-supervisor/