The last installment of the Back to the Future franchise wrapped filming 25 years ago — and we’re still fascinated about how much we didn’t know about those films.
Movies & TV
Nightmares, awkward questions, and the destruction of movie night are what you get from “kids” movies like Labyrinth, Watership Down, and Rise of the Guardians.
We’re looking back at our favorite movie bullies to demonstrate why they weren’t all that bad. If you disagree we politely ask that you quit bullying us.
Movie villains are often murderous sociopaths or lying weasels you’d probably never associate with. But that doesn’t mean they’re never right.
Even the most idiotic TV dads — and there are plenty of them — impart great wisdom from time to time. So we rounded up some of their best advice ever.
Instead of reading books about what life was as a gladiator fighting inside The Colosseum, wouldn’t you rather watch a movie? Here are five gladiator films to consider.
John Carpenter’s 1978 classic Halloween spawned handful of not so amazing sequels, but Michael Myers became a beloved character and left us with a lot of cool trivia.
Star of the Nightmare on Elm Street movie franchise Freddy Krueger is more than a twisted and disfigured serial killer — he’s a grooming, fashion, and home decor advisor. Seriously.
Shia LaBouf screaming at you to follow your dreams will ramp up your motivation … and probably make you feel uncomfortable.
Liars, cheats, brats, idiots, murderers, actual demons — all of these guys treat their poor mothers like crap. So this Mother’s Day, we’re calling them out for it.