Maximus may never have existed, but Hollywood gives us a hero to believe in just the same.
Albert Brooks’s films are re-released. MadTV has been rebooted. Maria Branford has a new series. These are three reasons to be cheerful.
Jesse Kornbluth reviews an incredibly cool film.
Holden McNeely of CultureSonar looks at the most significant shifts of Tim Burton’s work.
Here are 7 reasons this hilarious film hits all the high notes.
Spoiler alert: all of my picks were released in the 80s and half of them star Kevin Costner.
Mark Grenier ranks Albert Brooks’ movies now hosted by Netflix in order of urgency – check them out here.
Every year, Adam attends San Diego’s Comic-Con dressed in colorful costumes that allow him to hide his identity. This year, he decided to dress as a rotund ginger bear.
From food and meditation to simply smiling, Dr. Alison Chen has the best fixes for men trying to get healthy (and healthier).
Behind the screams and beyond the cinema of horror’s most controversial sequel: Rich Monetti takes a look at the depths of Nightmare on Elm Street.
Jeff Jackson shares his take on a movie that is giving us an inspiring view of modern masculinity.
What does the country’s longest continuously-run comics and popular arts convention say about supermen (or good men)?
Jesse Kornbluth takes an escape with Robert Penn Warren’s novel.
Don’t waste your money or time on the movies this weekend. Instead, check out these worth while films suggested by Jesse Kornbluth.
Bet you’ve never noticed these amazing details in your favorite movies before.