Category: Lists

Julianne’s Top Ten Films of 2017

2017 was a strange year, both for film and reality. It was the year of more intelligent, subversive blockbusters and beautifully created independent fare. However, due to the surreal nature of contemporary culture, it seemed like […]

Kelly’s Favorite 20 Films of 2017: The Blockbusters Strike Back

2017 was a weird year for movies. There were uncommonly good blockbusters in the first half of the year and uncommonly pedestrian awards contenders in the second half (Suburbicon, anyone?). We still don’t really have […]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Predictions

It’s December 12th. I haven’t seen Star Wars: The Last Jedi yet. The fanboy excitement is starting to overwhelm me, though, which is why I’ve been sitting here watching YouTube videos about Star Wars for […]

Top Five Pixar Cries

I’m not a cryer at movies. I’ve sat, eyes completely unwatery, through countless movies known to make people collapse into emotional wrecks. I’m always able to keep a sense of emotional detachment. Except for Pixar […]

Ranking Pixar’s Movies, Post-Coco

Pixar, as a trustworthy brand, isn’t quite what it used to be mostly because the animation powerhouse’s early years set the bar so high that anything less than a masterpiece from them registers as a […]

An Updated Ranking of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Post-Ragnarok

With Thor: Ragnarok finally in theaters we’ve officially reached the end of one of the biggest years in Marvel Studios history. This year was the first year Marvel put out three new movies, and all […]

9 Things You May Not Know About Halloween: Resurrection

“It was…it was difficult, at best.” That’s stunt coordinator Donna Keegan’s most diplomatic description for what it was like working on Halloween: Resurrection. Released four years after H20 had injected life back into the beleaguered […]

9 Things You May Not Know About Halloween H20

John Carpenter and Debra Hill couldn’t kill Michael Myers. The fans wouldn’t let them. That didn’t stop Jamie Lee Curtis from taking a shot at it, though. Thus, we have Halloween H20, the return of […]

9 Things You May Not Know About Halloween 6: The Curse of Michael Myers

By the time Halloween 6 arrived in 1995, the horror genre had been in a prolonged slump, a slump brought on by inevitable audience burnout (so, so, so many damn slasher movies!) and the rise […]

9 Things You May Not Know About Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

Halloween 5 was rushed into production without a finished script, but it didn’t have to be. Halloween 4 had revitalized interest in the franchise and suggested a clear path forward. Jamie was supposed to become the […]