Parker Posey seems to be the only actress who seems to be having fun in a movie, no matter what the story
It's not a tornado hitting Boston, but a stonado
With the most infectious smile anywhere on the planet, Whoopi will definitely put a smile on your face
Eleventh installment in the Domestic Diva Mysteries
Tenth installment in the Domestic Diva series
Two different teens, two different backgrounds, yet one will survive.
From Disney kid to director, Jodie Foster has always been an actress who's thrived in Hollywood, no matter what the role.
Ninth installment in the Domestic Diva series
When an earthquake hits a private school, all hell breaks out.
Before 54 came out, she'd already battled Ghostface and made out with Denise Richards, so what's a Scream Queen supposed to do next?
When an electrical, spiritual storm settles over Elman Island, this is pretty much an updated The Fog and in name only disaster movie
Even though she's famously known as Cher, Silverstone did make some hit and miss films throughout her career.
If you witnessed a plane crash and helped the survivors, would you want to be known as the hero or would you want to stay in the background?
I can never watch a Susan Sarandon movie without thinking of the time when she played a soap opera actress on Friends.
No matter what movie Quaid appears in, he'll forever be known as Cousin Eddie
Los Angeles is burning. Again.
Earth is about to be engulfed by the sun and no one will survive.
When not up to wild antics off screen, Charlie Sheen proves that he's quite a versatile actor
The cover art promises disaster, but this is a pretty good action movie
When not on the popular In Living Color, Damon Wayans was popping up in smaller roles in some of the big movies, lending a comedic hand
First installment in the Alan Miller Thrillers
An action movie, a thriller and THE most classic horror television all happened on a Tuesday night. What were you watching?
Yellowstone is about to blow and a rag tag of Idahoians are headed to the mountains.
From Bond Girl to pin up, Bisset has been entertaining audiences in all forms of genres
With so many space rocks passing by Earth these days, one is bound to hit sometime
From fun/silly roles to dark/creepy roles, this Arquette is a chamelion
It's Monday night. What were you watching?
This disaster should have been swept to sea
I watched this so you wouldn't have to, but this non existent earthquake does bring a lot of laughs
Cars aren't the only things that have come out of Detroit and known for a plethora of characters, Lily Tomlin will always be known as Edith Ann, but has always found time to have fun on the big screen
If you're not a fan of the movie, the book is a lot better and it's a fast read.
A look at one of the first gay porn superstars
I've seen this movie twice (it was torture but someone had to do it) so you don't have to.
When not singing, Madonna pops onto the big (or small) screen from time to time. This was the first time that I've seen these movies, with the better of the three sandwiched in the middle.
While known as Doris Schwartz on the TV show Fame and other television shows, Landsburg has worked both sides of the camera and tours with The Kids of Fame in reunion concerts
Dating websites, while popular, are also quite dangerous when you get mixed up with the wrong partner.
After touching a Ouija board at a party, did Penny become possessed by a demon, or is her mind playing tricks on her?
Following an earthquake, a contaminated employee escapes to warn the people of contaminated water.
A late summer camping trip turns into murder as three college friends discover what they're capable of.
Ninth (and possibly last) installment in The Bookmobile Cat Mysteries
Fans of The Last Voyage can never forget this child
Before becoming Carol Brady, Long offered up a bunch of one note characters in various comedic roles
Eighth installment in the Bookmobile Cat Mysteries
Seventh installment in the Bookmobile Cat Mysteries
The sequel to 1991's Backdraft
While sometimes considered the romantic leading man, he can sometimes be quite slimy.
When a major earthquake hits Los Angeles at night, survivors trapped in a subway tunnel encounter a lot of obstacles in their climb to the street
With a huge body of work to choose from, here’s a look at one of the two time Oscar winners first starring role
Sixth installment in the Bookmobile Cat Mysteries
Lucky Singer returns in this sequel to Final Descent, only to stop a runaway train while on vacation
When not chasing ghosts, Aykroyd nabbed an Academy Award nomination and helped bring the Ghostbusters back
Fifth installment in the Bookmobile Cat Mysteries
Part 3 in the Children of Disaster Series featuring The Watts children as the metropolis around them burns.
His squeal not only made him a household name, but the squeal is still famous today.
Fourth installment in the Bookmobile Cat Mysteries
A sunrise hot air balloon ride turns dangerous for these party people
Having left acting at the turn of the century, Cates left behind a lot of iconic roles for us to still enjoy today.
Third installment in the Bookmobile Cat Mysteries
Final installment in the Tales of the City series
Once again, asteroids are getting ready to hit the Earth, but this time it's a man made error
From starting out as a soap opera star to psychopath, Kevin Bacon's career can only get better
Eighth installment in The Tales of the City series
Seventh installment in the Tales of the City series
During a cross country flight, the private plane can't land due something mysterious happening on the ground. Remember, I watched this so you won't have to!
From a background dancer to Razzie Nominee
Second "unofficial" stand alone novel in the Tales of the City series (and my 700th column)
An unofficial entry in the Tales of the City series, this is a breath of fresh air that shifts the focus to the entertainment industry and complicated relationships
When torture, horror and disaster porn collide, you get one edge of your seat thriller
Sixth installment in the Tales of the City series
Fifth installment in the Tales of the City series
Fourth installment in the Tales of the City series
After 700 plus pages, you'll really plunge into the "Tales" world and probably won't want to leave. This includes the first three books of the series.
With a somewhat inexperienced crew, an eight-day voyage becomes a nightmare when the captain loses his bearings and a storm comes up from nowhere
He's the man of everyone's dreams
A once in a lifetime meteor shower and hungry plants. What could go wrong?
It was a typical Sunday beer bust at the Up Stairs Lounge on June 24,1973 but an hour later, close to thirty patrons would lose their lives due to a deadly arson.
Fourteenth installment in The Cupcake Bakery Mysteries
This is why you don't date at work
From these early films, you would never think that George would wind up (so far) with two Academy Awards!
Since June is Pride Month and you're thinking of coming out (or know of someone who is struggling) this may be a helpful book for you.
Someone's killing rich and powerful men but why?
Keeping secrets from your best friends can be deadly
When a movie has three titles (World on Fire and Swamp Volcano) you know it's pretty bad
Whenever Hollywood needs a sophisticated comedienne, chances are you'll see Christine Baranski playing the part of a socialite.
Sequel to The Player
The Scream Queen's autobiography up to 1995
Seventh and (possibly final) installment in the Consignment Shop Mysteries
You'll get wet
From bartender to psycho, Bill Paxton certainly became one of Hollywood's most in demand leading men.
Sixth and final installment in the Charlie Hood series
After hearing "What's for dinner?" one last time, these mothers turned it around
From drama to comedy, Cher should have had more Oscars throughout her home.
Fifth installment in the Charlie Hood series
Fourth installment in the Charlie Hood Mysteries
As a comet races toward the moon, a secret city is being built under the earth's surface.
He claims to have been under the influence, but these performances are worth checking out.
It's the 666th column, so, you know.
Third installment in the Charlie Hood series
Los Angeles is shaking and baking again, only this time with a screenwriter and action actress. Could a movie be far behind?
From horror to winning an Oscar, Patricia Arquette still has a lot to offer in coming years.
One of these days we might be able to take a cruise on Titanic 2, but until then, we have this
The formerly troubled actor has always delivered exceptional performances, no matter the role
There may not be crying in baseball, but there is something sneaky going on
Part 2 in the Children of Disaster series. The Shelby's set the bar too high since these siblings can't compare.
Spend spring break and two holidays with the never aging actor
It's Friday night and Disaster '76 is the hottest movie in town
When pranks go bad on April Fool's Day, someone has to pay the price
1988 was a good year for Alec Baldwin.
The second installment in the Charlie Hood Mysteries
The first story of the sinking of the Titanic
From Disney kid to leading man, Russell found some stellar roles and love along the way
Five men, one gold statue. Who's going to win the prestigious Oscar?
That time when Hollywood made fun of itself
The rise and struggles of a starlet when thrust into an adoring public which spawned three remakes.
Before Twister, there was Tornado! which hit television screens before the blockbuster movie hit the movie houses
From Peach to Socialite, Rosie plays them well
Another all star Irwin Allen movie that limps along
Even though he's known primarily for stage work, Duane Boutte is a force to watch when it comes to independent movies. In each of these picks, you can see just how versatile he is and fans of Sex and the City may remember him as Stanford's one time boyfriend in the last episode of Season 1.
First in the Charlie Hood Mysteries
Forget the Daddy-Daughter dance, this father and daughter duo save the world.
From dancer to therapist, SJP knew how to work the '90's
Part 1 in the Children of Disaster Series (a spinoff of DPSN)
Comedienne Kathy Najimy offers up a lot of laughs in these three films (well, she does her best in the last film).
Getting away with murder is easy in Hollywood for studio exec Griffin Mill
Vince Vaugh as a teenage girl AND serial killer? It doesn't get any crazier than this!
A disgruntled employee and an infectious disease on an inaugural flight from New York to Paris. What could go wrong?
Fourth and final installment of the Call of the Wilde Mysteries
Smart and smarmy is the best way to describe one of Hollywood's well liked? villans.
When kids are unsupervised they can cause a lot of trouble
First came the polar vortex, then came the ice walls and after this movie, Hell doesn't want to freeze over.
Some fun stuff with Drew!
Third installment in the Call of the Wilde Mysteries
An engaged international playboy and singer find love on the high seas
I watched this so that I could tell you when to drink!
I’ve always been shocked that she’s never won an Oscar and it was hard to narrow down her body of work in order to come up with three movies.
Spend the night with Kevin Costner with these two movies
Second installment in the Call of the Wilde Mysteries
The bad television disaster movies get their just reward in this send up
Everyone loves Dolly!
First installment of A Call of the Wilde Mysteries
Spend this weekend with some Nic Cage classics
A weakened mountain ridge is ready to collapse following an avalanche and no one believes the warnings
Ninth and final installment in the Wishcraft Mysteries
Sometimes the weather in January feels like a new Ice Age
Have your own film festival this week with Jim Carrey.
Eighth installment in the Wishcraft Mysteries
Five hours after the original survivors are rescued, a salvager and his motley crew climb aboard the Poseidon and rescue more survivors.
Seventh installment in the Wishcrafter Mysteries
Sixth installment of the Wishcraft Mysteries
Casual sex turns dangerous and deadly for one young woman in New York City
It's December 23 and an F6 is coming to town ahead of Santa
Fifth installment in the Wishcraft Mysteries
Global warming set glaciers free and they cover most of the northern hemisphere
It's Christmas Eve on a cross country flight and flight attendant Teri Halloran can add pilot to her resume
I hate grocery shopping and would hate it even more if I were trapped in a grocery store following a mudslide.
A luxurious 14 Day cruise for two cheating spouses becomes a nightmare in terror
A weekend of fun quickly turns to terror as a freak snowstorm hits the Traverse City region
It's Christmas Eve and the Webster family's lost in the wilderness amongst tremors and methane gas
A serial killer is loose on the streets of Philadelphia days before Christmas
It's Christmas Eve and the world is about to end
It's Sunday night. What were you and your family watching?
Third and final installment in the Stained Glass Mysteries
It's Christmas Eve and the office party is ruined due to a fire.
Second installment in the Stained Glass Mysteries
First installment in the Stained Glass Mystery Series
It's Saturday night and your options are: a rogue truck driver, an erupting volcano or saving mankind. Which did you choose?
Two disaster's for the price of one- above and below the surface.
After a hard week of work and school, what were you watching on Friday night?
Since love and horror are the same, what were you watching on these random hump days?
At less than a decade old, the Rankin Dam is about to crumble
Love means having to say you're sorry....or not.
Final installment in the Do-It-Yourself Mysteries
First Century soap opera that ends with the eruption of Mount Vesuvius
Sixth installment in the Do-It-Yourself Mysteries
Last in the Scream Queen series and this documentary takes you into the lives of the Scream Queens
Documentary chronicling the rise and fall of disaster movies
Part 4 of the Scream Queen Series
The snow's coming down the mountain and this disaster has a few firsts in it if you look closely.
Fifth installment in the Do-It -Yourself Mysteries
It's Tuesday night and what were you watching?
Part 3 of the Scream Queen series
Watch out because that lightning is hot!
In 1979, disaster movies were declining, but these two managed to come out in the Fall, a month apart.
Part 2 in the Scream Queen Special Series
The sky's falling and it's targeted San Francisco
A football player and a double dose of disaster
Fourth installment in the Do-It-Yourself Mysteries
This is the first in a series for October focusing on iconic Scream Queens and some of my favorite movies starring them.
Don't pick up that ringing phone!
On assignment to transport a Federal criminal, Agent Amanda Foster is hunted while Los Angeles is destroyed by a major earthquake
It's Friday night and if you weren't getting to go out for the night, what were you watching?
It's Wednesday night in the early '70's. What were you watching?
The untimely question of should I or shouldn't I go to my class reunion?
When a nuclear tidal wave hits the Intrepid, it becomes the poor man's The Poseidon Adventure
Third and final installment in the Material Witness Mysteries
It's safe to say that you can look elsewhere for a good scare
Twisters in the Fall? Only in Nebraska I guess
The true story which followed the Loma Prieta earthquake on October 17, 1989