When people are asked what their favorite Star Trek movie is, the majority of those polled respond that it is Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Set in 1986, the film is noteworthy in not only does it return the…Read more →
Poll: Which of These Classic 1970s Horror Films Is Your Favorite?
With Halloween now just weeks away, we thought our latest horror-themed poll of the spooky season would pose a question that may seem simple on the surface but is actually quite complex given the choices available: Which of the following…Read more →
The 1982 Disney sci-fi film Tron plunged viewers into a world unlike anything captured on film before. By mixing traditional cinematography with groundbreaking computer-generated imagery (in a time when such special effects were in their infancy), the movie broke boundaries….Read more →
Learning to Appreciate “Star Trek: The Motion Picture”
Last week I rewatched 1979’s Star Trek: The Motion Picture, easily the most unfairly maligned film in the franchise. Although the demand for more Trek had been quietly gaining steam through a grassroots campaign ever since the original series…Read more →
What Are the Worst Movies You Have Ever Seen?
Here’s a fun and simple Open Thread to kick off the new week. Tell us what the worst movies you have ever seen are in the comments. Don’t worry if your picks are considered good by critics or friends or…Read more →
With the release of Ghosbusters: Afterlife, interest in the supernatural comedy franchise is reignited brighter than a particle accelerator. Therefore it felt like the obvious move to have this week’s Create-A-Caption be inspired by the original 1984 Ghostbusters film. We’ve…Read more →
Currently celebrating its 35th anniversary is Labyrinth, the spectacular puppet-filled fantasy about Sarah, a lonely, daydreaming teenage girl (Jennifer Connelly), who, after being aggravated by her younger brother Toby, wishes he be whisked away by the evil Goblin King Jareth…Read more →
Create-A-Caption: Howard the Duck
It’s been 35 years since Howard the Duck waddled into movie theaters and what a strange journey it has been for Marvel Comics‘ weird waterfowl. Based on the cult comic book created by the late, great Steve Gerber, the movie…Read more →
Forgotten Media: “Alien” Radio Spots
In space, no one can hear you scream. We all know that. But on the radio, everyone can. To promote the 1979 release of Alien at London’s Odeon Leicester Square theater, 20th Century Fox created a series of haunting…Read more →
Happy Back to the Future Day! Share Your Feelings on the Time-Traveling Trilogy Here!
Whoa, this is heavy! In Back to the Future: Part II, Marty McFly and Doc Brown first travelled into the future on October 21st. Great Scott! Since that also happens to be today’s date, we are celebrating Back to the…Read more →