The only movie I’ve ever seen where the guy likes the girl more after she puts on glasses.
B-Movie Horror may have reached its zenith with this collaboration of William Castle and Vincent Price.
A highly-acclaimed, aggressively minimalist, story about the disconnect between Japanese parents and their adult children.
You can watch this camp horror classic with us at our first ever “Watch Party” at 6:30 EDT/9:30 PDT on October 23.
The decaying remains of 1920s Hollywood entrap a hack writer and lure him to his doom.
Perhaps Hitchcock’s weirdest, most dream-like film, it makes no sense, but it also might be perfect.
I had, um, some issues with this comedy about cross-dressing and/or dudes that want to sleep with Marilyn Monroe.
A lot more people know the idea of it than have actually seen it, but it really is worth watching.
Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant invented the James Bond movie three years before it was a thing.
This all-timer of a movie musical is completely bonkers, but still impresses through sheer strength of will (and dancing)