The most iconic pin-up model in pop-culture history, Bettie Page -- with her winking face and gorgeous body -- has been loved by fans around the world for decades. But after abandoning spotlight at the height of her underground career in the late 1950s, Page all but disappeared...and took the story ... More >>
This is what happens when you go into the basement of an old haunted hotel in New England.At only 31 years old, filmmaker Ti West has quickly made a name for himself by challenging audience expectations and assumptions about the horror film genre with movies like 2009's the House of the Devil. His l ... More >>
Only Bruce Willis can save us now.At 11:00 this morning, an asteroid 5-20 meters in diameter came within 7,800 miles of Earth. Asteroids and meteorites (ever wonder the difference?) make close calls with Earth all the time, but no time in the history of the world was so harrowing as 1997 and ... More >>
Hey, nits, I already said I was sorry about those crappy movies, alright?Ben Affleck has acted in some truly horrible movies. After co-winning an Oscar with his best friend, Affleck's resume reads like a list of the worst movies from the late '90s that we all thought were sorta okay at the t ... More >>
Remember in the '90s when Aerosmith was really old, but somehow still popular? Adam Baumeister of Bad Weather California is helping us all relive those days with a trilogy of re-worked videos from the Get A Grip-era. Only he's made these gratuitously awkward scenes actually tolerable by setti ... More >>
In the shadow of Iron Man, the latest from Marvel can't live up to its billing.
The season of big budget bangs uses its brain.
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just...old.
Beautifully moody, Lonesome Jim is just what you'd expect from Steve Buscemi.
The Return of the King marks a zenith in cinematic potential.
The envelope, please
Where to finish off your New Year's Eve finery.
Frodo lives, amid outlandish spectacle, in The Lord of the Rings.
Liv Tyler makes the boys go crazy in One Night at McCool's.
Robert Altman does Dallas.
Plunkett and Macleane put a '90's twist on 18th-century law and disorder.