As you become catatonic in front of the television this winter, you’re sure to see some awful Christmas movies. That’s why we ranked them for you.
Iggy Pop’s rider is wacko, insane, crazy pants and I love it. Read it! Watch out, though. If you upset it, it may eat your entire family.
Ron Howard burns rubber and crunches metal in his directorial debut, a likable B-movie quickie from uber-producer Roger Corman.
Kurt Russell and William Baldwin fight fires and each other in director Ron Howard’s breathtaking special effects extravaganza.
Child abduction will always be a hot-button issue, and the subject often makes for compelling cinema in all different kinds of genres and settings. Here are a few kidnapping cases you might want to investigate.
Summer’s over, so it’s time to get a job! Before you head back into the work force, celebrate Labor Day by sitting on the couch and checking out some of the best odes to working men and women available on Netflix Instant.
Director Jon Favreau’s genre mashup makes for both a dull Western and a mediocre piece of science fiction, but Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford manage to ride into town and save at least part of the day.
“Houston, we have a problem.” Blast off with Ron Howard’s true-life story of rather turbulent space travel, now available on Netflix Instant.
Braving the latest in a series of Storms of the Century, I couldn’t help but wonder if my time would be better spent sitting at the house rather than dodging black ice patches just to sit through what looked like another in a long line of mediocre comedies to hit the theaters.
Stephen King’s seven book epic The Dark Tower took three decades to complete and now it’s getting adapted to three films and a TV series.