A Boy and His Dog defies expectations because, with Ellison, you really can't have any.
...stuck somewhere between fear and fallacy.
One of the year’s worst films, Luhrmann’s trashy, overhyped, faux- Jazz Age spectacle is so shallow as to be creatively nonexistent.
A tight ship.
It's all pathetic and piecemeal, like a mix tape made by someone else but that you take credit for.
Welcome to our weekly field guide to 1950s horror and sci-fi movies and the creatures that inhabit them. This week: An ugly Himalayan Yeti encounters an even uglier American researcher in The Abominable Snowman.
Hopefully, this isn't the last time we see the Wright, Pegg and Frost trio in action. Considering the movies they've made together, such an absence would be a crime against comedy.
They represent the best of what movies have to offer. Here are 10 magical creatures made even more mythic by the moviemaking geniuses in Tinseltown (and elsewhere).
Money matters to audiences because you made it matter to them. You thrust dollar signs and the discuss of same like it's an important part of the artistic process.
While it provides an intriguing approach to the case, The Jeffrey Dahmer Files suffers from a feeling of incompleteness.