73 articles published since August 04, 2022
He was America's on-screen father figure, and Sergio Leone turned him into a terrifying villain.
No ghosts, ghouls, or killer clowns in this Stephen King cameo... just love and books.
Are Sasquatches also known to tear people's arms out of their sockets when they lose?
This campy 2000s movie gave us a Stan Lee appearance taken straight from his work on the page.
This experimental bio-doc about insecurity and addiction is more “fever dream” than “Dream House.”
'Deathly Hallows' could have had the perfect beginning to the saga's ending.
The director took us back to 17th-century Japan for this unsung epic.
The Merc with a Mouth lends his mouth to talking animals.
"James Earl Jones won hands down."
Of all of Lynch's disturbing moments, this one takes the black coffee.
We could've had John Travolta and Michael Madsen sharing a Royale with Cheese.
The Jedi Archives look rather familiar for something out of a galaxy far, far away.
Vader's unmasking was even more dramatic behind the scenes.
This character was ahead of his time, and is still funny in the show's later seasons.
Lynch's film fit the surreal, supernatural mood that Kubrick was looking for.
A well-deserved, yet singular accolade.
Filled with unhinged violence and deadpan humor, this cartoon was a David Lynch experiment through and through.
This movie makes us fall in love with our pets over and over again.