Just because something is animated doesn't mean it's made for children... Relive some of these cinematic horrors in this deeply sarcastic article.
Lets find out which one is the better film of the two, indeed they are very similar but also very different.
It was one of my favorite movies as a youth. I had it recorded on video and watched it over and over again. In fact, I could say the lines in the movie word for word while watching it. The movie is a reverse John Wayne. The John Wayne character,...
In the decade of retro electronics, one robotic band entertained millions of children as they ate pizza and played arcade games. Remember who they are?
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.
Box office bomb Ishtar is seen from a devoted fan's perspective who sees it as a comedy classic among cult films.
LeRoy says there's something you should know Not everybody has a place to go And home is just a place to hang your head And dream of things to do in Denver when you're dead - Warren Zevon
All about the Millennium Trilogy by Stieg Larsson -- the books, the films and the fascinating character named Lisbeth
The Rocky Horror Show is a much-beloved cult classic film. However, there is a darker side to this seemingly bright movie.
Two stories about men of privilege. George Bailey, a likeable guy, took his privilege for granted. Ebenezer Scrooge, a tragic, tortured soul, didn't even acknowledge the concept of grace and favor, he was a social Darwinist. Both stories highlight the power of grace through gratitude.