You know the feeling. You're watching a movie and you're loving it. Like really loving it. You're thinking "Wow, I think I may actually be watching a really great movie!" And then it happens: a plot twist so dumb, so inane, so nonsensical that it sends the film into a tailspin that it simply cannot recover from. When th
There are great movies you want to revisit and fall in love with all over again, and then there are movies that are great, but are so powerfully disturbing, profoundly unsettling, or deeply upsetting that you can acknowledge their greatness but refuse to ever endure the experience again. We've culled together a list of what we think are the greatest movies we never want to see again, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't check them out. Each of these films are effective and great in their own ways, but all of them are too unnerving to ever revisit.
Indiana Jones was one of our favorite movie characters growing up -- he ate brains, killed Nazis and wasn't ashamed to admit he hates snakes. We assume this love is universal. That's why we made this handy little infographic just for you.
If you grew up in the late '80s and early '90s, chances are you remember 'DuckTales.' The animated adventures of the ridiculously wealthy Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie were Disney's first big TV hit in decades, and they made sure the show and its characters were everywhere
Jocks -- we love to hate them. Especially at the movies. Whether they are football players, lacrosse stars or even the rare skiing celeb, the stereotypical jock has been the epicenter of many of our favorite films
Ah, Disney – an essential component of childhood. However, beneath the saccharine surfaces of these fluffy romances lies some truly disturbing content. Check out our "honest" takes on what Disney movies were really showing us in our youth.
If Hollywood teaches us anything, it's that nothing is sacred. No matter how distinctive or beloved a movie might be, it could well be subject to a remake. Just this year we'll be seeing reboots of 'Evil Dead,' 'Carrie' and 'Old Boy.' And in the works are revamps of 'RoboCop,' 'The Naked Gun' and 'Escape From New York.'
In film, it's rare that a sequel is as good as (or better than) the original. However 'Aliens,' the 1986 sequel to the 1979 hit, 'Alien,' managed to top its predecessor.