Bridesmaids shot its cast to stardom and set the standard for R-rated comedy with a heart.
A decade later, the Seth Rogen-Evan Goldberg R-rated sex comedy still holds up.
A King novel spawned a De Palma classic with Carrie.
Anchorman brought us the golden age of comedy and paved a way for SNL cast members to break into Hollywood.
Unlike the Suck-Cut, Wayne's World 1&2 most definitely do not.
It's not only the android David who revels in the frailty of humanity.
A celebration of one of the greatest actors and a face.
Stephen King's time travel story gets a top flight adaptation.
Alain Delon. Charles Bronson. What more do you need? Well... keep reading!
That big loveable statue that comes to life to wreak havoc makes a welcome return.
42 years later, Robert Altman's classic is as relevant as ever.
So maybe you don't have to watch that remake of the '90s beach show, you have other options.
Zombie Ninjas? Exploding Boats? Yep, it's Raw Force!
Kathryn Bigelow's first feature film deserves a watch, perhaps for Willem Dafoe alone.
One of Hitchcock's first films manages to lay the groundwork for his subseqeunt classics.
One of the biggest films of the year hits streaming this week, along with the sequel series to Wet Hot American Summer.
This early Hammer Horror film features Christopher Lee and gorgeous cinematography from Douglas Slocombe.
Michael Mann, Sam Mendes, and Spike Jonze get the Rockie Approval.
"You know about death, that it's just a change, not an end."
"It was a dream. We lived inside a dream."
A tale of two Coopers; the good and bad incarnations of our favorite FBI agent continue to make waves in their respective ponds.
A familiar face finally returns in an episode that's politically charged and timely.
After last week's especially dark episode, things pick up as the fire ignites in several storylines.
There are vital rays of hope, along with an important message, in this week's especially violent episode.
After the earth-shattering Part 8, the threads start coming together in Part 9, even as more questions pop up.
No Twin Peaks this week doesn't mean we can't talk about Twin Peaks and the importance of waiting.
Showtime really let David Lynch go for it, didn't they?
American Gods ends its first season with little resolution, but certainly adds more fuel for the fire.