A biting satire about a high school election that understands America better than any movie actually about national politics.
B-Movie Horror may have reached its zenith with this collaboration of William Castle and Vincent Price.
If he acts like a rich white dude and talks like a rich white dude, does it matter if he has no idea what he’s doing?
Tom Hanks bumbles through the greatest hits of Baby Boomer history, with nothing to say about any of it.
Camps of migrants, driven out of their homes by economic hardship, hated by the locals and oppressed by the police. It’s hard to be an Oklahoman.
Considered the first feature from an African-American lesbian, I found it enjoyable and interesting. Not everyone agreed at the time.
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.
This all-encompassing sequel involves at least two separate movies that never quite meet.
This early slasher film defined the tropes of the genre and started a string of sequels that’s still happening
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers bringing dancing to maybe its greatest heights. The rest of the movie, who cares?