Thirty years on, the Kevin Bacon monster-Western remains a giddily effective creature feature.
On the thirty-fifth anniversary of the film’s release, we look back at James Cameron’s most melancholy blockbuster.
What do you get when your meet cute involves horny tweens and questionable boundaries? This thing.
Thirty years ago, The Abyss saw James Cameron pivot away from masculine action pictures into more humanist filmmaking.
The blueprint for modern haunted house movies turns 40, but some of its themes feel just as fresh and contemporary today.
The no budget fake documentary that ushered in the “found footage” craze still holds up, like it or not.
On the film’s thirtieth anniversary, we look back at Peter Weir’s intricate drama and the inherent tragedy of seizing the day.
Ten years after its release, Sam Raimi’s return to Evil Dead-like horror remains a gory good time.
On its tenth anniversary, we look back at McG’s abortive attempt to revamp the Terminator franchise.
The seventh annual Chicago Critics Film Festival includes a 35mm print of Alien, as well as festival faves like The Nightinggale and Yesterday.
We take a look back at Cameron Crowe’s 30-year-old romantic comedy, a film that’s much more than John Cusack and a boombox.
Twentieth Century Fox aired four of its six upcoming anniversary shorts at C2E2 this weekend, xenomorphs feasting on space truckers and scientists alike.
Three decades later, Bill Murray’s dark turn on Ebenezer Scrooge remains as adored by its fans as it […]