Last week we celebrated 1989’s Batman, and in the interest of fairness we also wanted to give a cinematic shoutout to 1966’s Batman: The Movie. Adam West is at his campy best in this feature based on the 1960s TV…Read more →
When Batmania Ruled the World
All day we’ve been celebrating the 30th anniversary release of the 1989 Batman movie…and the mania that surrounded its release. Although the hype was created purely to help the flick make bank at the box office, there was something about…Read more →
Who’s Your Favorite Character from the 1989 “Batman” Film?
Sure, Batman was a huge pop culture phenomenon when it hit theaters 30 years ago, but what often gets overlooked in discussions of the film is how great the casting is. Apart from lead roles by Jack Nicholson and Michael…Read more →
Share Your Memories of Seeing “Batman” Here!
It was 30 years ago today that Batman first swung into theaters. To commemorate this pop culture milestone, we’ll be celebrating Tim Burton‘s hugely influential comic book movie throughout the day. We wanted to kick things off by hearing your…Read more →
Check Out Our Summer Sci-Fi Sale!
For this week’s Sci-Fi Sunday post, we wanted to share with you some sensational science fictional selections that are now on sale. We think you’ll love checking out the following fantasy favorites that are now available at out-of-this-world prices!: The…Read more →
Guest Review: Mars Attacks!
1996. The President was Bill Clinton, who would be seeking his second term that same year. Coincidentally enough, two astoundingly different alien invasion movies, which also featured their own POTUS’s premiered then too. Independence Day was a blockbuster released on…Read more →
Movie Trailer of the Day: Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton Go “Boom!”
Making its eagerly awaited Blu-ray debut this week is Boom! Adapted from the Tennessee Williams play The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, the 1968 release was a notorious box office dud, bringing in only $2,000,000 on a budget estimated…Read more →
In Space No One Can Hear You Turn 40: Celebrating Four Decades of “Alien”
It’s been 40 years since Ridley Scott‘s Alien redefined the moviegoing experience by combining an enthralling blend of science fiction and horror. It also featured a female protagonist (Siguourney Weaver as the trailblazing space trucker Ellen Ripley), something that was…Read more →
Create-A-Caption: Little Shop of Horrors
This week’s Create-A-Caption pays tribute to Little Shop of Horrors, Frank Oz‘s 1986 musical version of the Off-Broadway hit that was itself based on the Roger Corman cult classic from 1960. Thanks to its great songs and winning performances from…Read more →
Remembering Vic Morrow in “1990: The Bronx Warriors”
From The Cinematic Bartender by Winthrop J Quiggy: Bronx Warrior (aka “Italian Rip-off”) Take one jigger of Escape from New York. Add two shots of The Warriors. Sprinkle with a liberal dose of Mad Max. Shake vigorously. Serve over ice…Read more →