Crazy Rich AsiansThe prehistoric shark thriller The Meg, starring Jason Statham took a big bite out of the weekend box office with a $44.5 million haul while subsequently knocking Tom Cruise's sixth venture into the Mission: Impossible franchise, Mission: Impossible - Fallout, from its three

Post-apocalypse thrillersEver since images of Fritz Lang's expressionistic epic Metropolis flickered on a wall somewhere in Germany back in 1927, Hollywood has been enamored with visions of what may become of our society in the face of extinction and mass dehumanizaton.

Following is a list of our favorite apocalyptic nightmares in no particular order. Your favorite didn't make the list? Let us know about it in the comments section

Body MeltThe movie freaks over at Vinegar Syndrome have released a list of their upcoming blu-ray titles for September. And it is glorious with Body Melt and The House on Tombstone Hill headlining the upcoming releases. The film restoration and distribution company are now taking pre-orders ...

List of the Worst Movie TitlesFrom artwork, to posters, to advertising and trailers, Hollywood spends millions and millions each year on movie marketing with hopes of coaxing, cajoling, persuading, or even deceiving us into seeing their goofy little movies. And while the best of marketing campaigns ...

The MegThe prehistoric shark thriller The Meg, starring Jason Statham took a big bite out of the weekend box office with a $44.5 million haul while subsequently knocking Tom Cruise's sixth venture into the Mission: Impossible franchise, Mission: Impossible - Fallout, from its three

Top 10 Robot MoviesSince the beginning of the industrial age, humans have nourished a curious fascination with the possibility that machines might actually be able to emulate human tasks upon command. So, it was only a matter of time before the robot made a creaky appearance on film in 1927 as ...

Tag (2018) - Blu-ray To celebrate the coming home video release of Tag, the riotously funny comedy film starring Jeremy Renner, Ed Helms, and Jake Johnson, we're giving away three copies of the movie on blu-ray. True story! We're not kidding.

The Coen BrothersWith the release of The Big Lebowski on blu-ray last week and this week’s release of Fargo, Miller’s Crossing, Blood Simple, and Raising Arizona (also on blu-ray), the Coen Brothers are all the rage on HD Forums and TalkBacks everywhere...

wreck it ralph2 posterWreck-it-Ralph broke the box office back in 2012 (has it really been that long?) when its delightfully nostalgic little film pulled in a whopping $470 million at the world-wide box office which included the highest opening weekend ever for a Walt Disney Animation Studios film at the time of release

top Horror QueensSome are known for their bloodcurdling screams, others for the way they look so pretty in glistening blood-soaked rags. Still others are most admired for that perfectly timed ankle sprain so severe that falling prey to a pursuing slasher is...

The Shape of WaterThe lights are dimmed, the floors are swept, and the curtain has drawn on yet another Oscar presentation. Say what you will about the jokes, the bits, and the statements made the night's presentation, but we should all be happy that a ...

 

Lawrence of Arabia BiopicHollywood has always found a path to cinematic greatness hidden beneath the often untold stories of real-life people. Whether celebrities, athletes, historical figures or just ordinary folk like you and me, everyone's got a story to tell. And following is a list of the best Biographical movies (biopics) of all time.

The Shape of WaterThe Day is finally upon us. The one day out the year that the sun will cut through the choking smog and blinding haze to finally shine its golden rays on Hollywood as the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences tells us how little we know about movies with its 90th Annual Academy Awards presentation this Sunday evening.

 

How to Survive a Zombie Attack
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The Top 10 Zombie Movies You Should Be Watching Instead of Working

Best Zombie MoviesI consider myself a very orderly and organized person and, as a result, I find that very few things in this life frighten me.  I have been like that (you know, calm and prepared) for most of my adult life; however, no amount of preparation could ever quell my fear of zombies.  Yes, zombies.  Grrr.  Even the sheer mention of that foul creature makes me shiver and, as a result, a little angry because of its illogical nature.  Is it irrational?  Totally, but most fears are.

john hughsDear Mr. John Hughes,

This love letter is long overdue.  I know that now.  But something, not even on the news of your death in 2009, would let me compose it until now.  I guess I needed time.  Or maturation.  Something you were always against, I’m sure.  I look at the arc of your movies, starting with the success of your one-two punch of Vacation and Mr. Mom and ending...

Don't Look NowFrom Hitchock to Fincher, and Lang to Nolan, Hollywood has been hitting the psychological thriller genre early and often throughout the years.

And why not? After all, It's been one of the most consistent genres for providing unexpected chills and pleasantly fiendish little brain teasers sure to challenge even the most seasoned movie-goers. So it's no wonder Hollywood has found a way to capitalize on the warped and twisted minds of the best filmmakers the industry has to offer.

Following is our list of the best psychological thrillers of all time (in no particular order). Oh, and if your favorite doesn't make the list, let us know about it in the discussion threads at the end of the article. Who knows, we may decide to include it.


The Big Easy

New Orleans is a unique city rich in alluring charm and old-world character, so it should be no surprise that The Crescent City has been the setting for many of Hollywood's best films in history.

Following is a list of the best movies set in New Orleans. Some on the list feature the city more than others, but to be considered, new Orleans must be central to the film's plot, be contained in the movie's title, or must be prominently displayed in the film's cinematography... or whatever other random reason we want to consider.

Oh, and if your favorite doesn't make the list, let us know about it in the discussion threads at the end of the article. Who knows, we may decide to include it.

Get OutAs yet another movie season draws to a close, it's time to not only shake or heads in disbelief at the year's disastrous box office totals, but also time to take a fond look back at the list of the best movies 2017 had to offer ...

Get OutGet Out, writer/director Jordan Peele's darkly funny horror film and Call Me By Your Name, the story of a young boy who meets a visiting American while on vacation with his family, took home the lion's share of prizes as the Kansas City Film Critics Circle handed out their 52nd Annual James Loutzenhizer Awards for the best in film for 2017.

Blair Witch 2

Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000) - Its multi-million dollar production values ruined the inventive charm of the original.

alien resurrection artWith Alien: Covenant having hit screens in 2017, we thought we’d take a trip back and explore one of the most successful and often turbulent franchises in cinema history. This six part article series will take you from the beginning, through all the twists and turns, all the way through to Ridley Scott’s latest entry into the Alien legacy.

Animal HouseKnowing exactly the size of the bear trap we're stepping into, we've put together a list of what we consider to be the funniest movies of all time. Sure, we know that what one person would define as utterly hilarious may be found in poor taste by another, or even worse... not funny. But we're doing it anyway. Below is our list of the Funniest Comedy Movies of All Time. If you don't think any of these are funny, or if we left any of the list, let us know about it. Who knows, make a good case and we may add it to the list.

The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association voted the fantasy romance The Shape of Water as the best film of 2017, according to the results of its 24th annual critics' poll released today. ...

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From Leone to Ford, the western genre has been a veritable playground for filmmakers displaying their craft in tales of Old West morality and gunslinger justice.

While deciding which particular elements make a western movie truly great is best left up to healthy discourse and late night sports bar discussions, what can\'t be debated are the effects the classic spaghetti westerns and even the modern-day revival westerns have had on movie watchers throughout the years.

Below is our list of the best and greatest western movies of all time. While many of the classic choices can be found on the list, you\'re likely to run across a few that don\'t often appear in typical discussions of best western movies. In compiling our list of best western movies, we considered many factors including longevity, critical acclaim, and popular fan appeal among well-seasoned western movie lovers. in other words, it won\'t be just a long list of John Wayne movies!

If you don\'t find your favorite, be sure to let others know about it in the comments section at the end of the list. Who knows, it may eventually get added.

The Top 10 Halloween Highs of Director Tobe Hooper

Tobe HooperWillard Tobe Hooper (1943 – 2017) is a legend in cine-massacre history. He was a maverick of the medium and, as some have suggested, the kindest man in Hollywood. I’m not going to disagree because, with every interview read or seen, I feel this Texas-born soft-spoken earnestness. He passed away this year due to natural causes and yet his filmography, full of horror hallmarks and staples, will definitely live on.

His influence on the medium is widespread, igniting the creativity of everyone from Wes Craven to Rob Zombie. Even Ridley Scott gives Hooper props for showing him how to ...

Crying GameNo movie seems to stir up contentious debate faster than one with a trick ending the viewer didn't see coming (unless it's one of those ambiguous "make up your own ending" type movies.) I suppose we all like to think we can't be had or that we're seasoned movie veterans who've seen it all. Regardless, Hollywood still manages to get us from time to time, and we've listed them below.

Some are better than others, and many on one person's "best" list will fall squarely at the top of someone else's "worst" list.

Drive InI saw the last flick to ever be shown at a drive-in close to my hometown. Ark Vue Drive-In Theater was its name. Sadly, it is now a fucking Wal-Mart. But, damn, you could get close to 300 automobiles inside the lot during its prime. The drive-in theater roared successfully straight into the beginning of the 1980s. Everything about the experience...

Puff Puff PassList of the Best, Funniest, or Most Important Stoner Movies of All Time

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