It's not that the movie is totally terrible, it's just incredibly misguided.
Welcome to our ongoing field guide to 1950s horror and sci-fi movies and the creatures that inhabit them. This week: alien invaders take a long hard look at Switzerland in The Crawling Eye.
JFK may not be "right", but by raising questions and not settling for the standard answers, it's the right thing to do.
Last time, we focused on foul females and noble males. This time around, we highlight the five best moms and five worst dads in movie history.
How the climate and proposed demographic have changed since Malcolm D. Lee delivered The Best Man over 14 years ago.
They say the acorn doesn't fall far from the tree. Here are five examples where that's bad, and five where said trees could craft a caring and considerate forest.
Grace and Gracie, or Don't Call the Whole Thing Off
A film about an unfulfilling relationship between two young French women, Blue Is the Warmest Color is an exploration of lesbianism made by someone who has no understanding of the same sex dynamic.
Without (Loki's) suave sinister panache, this would be nothing more than a series of subpar space battles. With him, the Asgard angle has a viable place in the Marvel movie empire.
The fanboys foam at the mouth over recent comments made by David Cronenberg regarding the (oddly) beloved Stanley Kubrick creepshow.