A very well-made, enjoyable western with John Wayne as a stoic small-town sheriff and Dean Martin as his alcoholic deputy.
This over-the-top melodrama about mothers and daughters from director Douglas Sirk was considered populist trash at the time and is today seen as high art.
A silly but more charming than you might expect live-action Disney movie involving leprechauns, banshees, and Sean Connery.
The biggest hit of its day has a supreme technical achievement slung over a story that feels to me like middling Bible fanfic.
Francois Truffaut’s debut about his own wayward childhood still feels fresh today.
B-Movie Horror may have reached its zenith with this collaboration of William Castle and Vincent Price.
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.
I had, um, some issues with this comedy about cross-dressing and/or dudes that want to sleep with Marilyn Monroe.
Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant invented the James Bond movie three years before it was a thing.