• Hollywood Horror: Psychological classics vs. modern slashers

    WASHINGTON — There’s a bump in the night and nothing but your imagination can explain it — or make it go away. The subtle movement by the once inanimate doll on the chair, the drawing…

  • New life for old home videos

    Give us your awkward, your hilarious, your sentimental. D.C.’s Home Movie Day is being held from noon until 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

  • Skateboard artists run riot in nation’s capital

    WASHINGTON — No, you’re not imagining things. There are actually jazz musicians skateboarding at the Kennedy Center and film crews shooting skaters in your backyard swimming pool. Both efforts are coming to the surface this week in our nation’s…

  • Backlash for ‘Fifty Shades,’ national group says film sends wrong message

    WASHINGTON – The D.C.-based National Center on Sexual Exploitation is calling for a boycott of the new movie “Fifty Shades of Grey,” saying it glamorizes sexual violence. Based on the book series, which has sold…

  • Inside ‘When the Game Stands Tall’

    WTOP helps you parse history from Hollywood and discuss the true meaning of the feature film with De La Salle head coach Bob Ladouceur.

  • Marking International Day of the Girl with ‘Girl Rising’

    Right now, 77 million girls can only dream of going to school, but tradition and oppression block their way.
    That\’s why the documentary \”Girl Rising\” played in theaters all over the country on Oct. 10.

  • ‘Diana’ biopic premieres

    A new film about the romantic life of Princess Diana premiered Sept. 5.

  • Dr. Pawz: A new film highlights inspiring tales of shelter pets

    Every year in the United States 3-4 million dogs and cats are euthanized. Thousands of rescue groups around the country work diligently with local shelters to bring more awareness to this situation. These groups aim to get people personally and financially involved in helping homeless animals. Now, there is a new film available in Redbox kiosks; it tells the inspiring stories of some of these pets.

  • FilmfestDC kicks off first of 11 nights (VIDEO)

    It all starts at the Regal Cinemas Gallery Place in Chinatown with the Canadian movie \”Starbuck.\”