Lets find out which one is the better film of the two, indeed they are very similar but also very different.
Having heard of its reputation since I was a kid, I finally explored this 1980's cult film to see if its reputation is earned or just a myth.
Highly considered to be possibly the best bad movie ever... but why and how is it so bad? There must be a method to the madness, right?
Two stories about men of privilege. George Bailey, a likeable guy took his privilege for granted. Ebenezer Scrooge, a tragic, tortured soul, totally dismissed the privilege he lived. Both stories highlight the power of gratitude.
Box office bomb Ishtar is seen from a devoted fan's perspective who sees it as a comedy classic among cult films.
Just because something is animated doesn't mean it's made for children... Relive some of these cinematic horrors in this deeply sarcastic article.
A comedic, yet horrific story of the complications that can occur when a middle-class, suburban family finds itself in league with an underwater demigod named Dagon and his numerous fish-like cohorts.
Roger Corman became a Hollywood legend by cranking out tons of low-budget fare for the 50s drive-in circuit, and he's still one of the most successful independent producers in Tinseltown today!
Having watched the film literally dozens of times, I figured it was time I tried to write something about it.
"Let's all go to the looooobby! Let's all go to the looooobby! Let's all go to the looooobby, to get ourselves a treat!" On the grainy theater screen the chocolate bar, popcorn, candy, and soda cup danced along singing those hypnotic words. Many a...