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Vivian (Jane Fonda) owns a luxury hotel and has always favored sex over love and commitment, Sharon (Candice Bergen) is a federal judge who's been happily divorced for nineteen years, Diane (Diane Kea…
As a teenager growing up across the street from the Creedmoor psychiatric center in the early 1980s, Candy Cahill (Stef Dawson) is acutely aware of what it means to be different, locked up, and define…
As someone who kind of loved 80s B-movie gems The Blob, The Stuff, and even lesser fare like Slugs, I approached Attack of the Killer Donuts with an open mind. The viewing experience was on par with a…
There's something so unreal and ephemeral about carnivals that it's almost strange to think about them in practical terms. They appear every year with their dependable variations on rides, games, priz…
This made-for-TV gem originally aired in 1978, and Lois Duncan's fabulous young adult novel was brought to the screen by none other than Wes Craven. There are many things to recommend this movie, but …
Few things make a book feel fancier than a hard slipcase, so it’s always a treat diving into Ian Nathan’s elegant and thorough tomes on film. Like Terminator Vault and Tim Burton: The Iconic Filmmaker…
Jason Blossom is the town's Laura Palmer, the murdered teen whose body washes up on shore and leaves the entire town wondering who killed him. His friends at the school paper seem just as likely to cr…
Society has a way of dismissing older people, as if by virtue of aging you're become some sort of tool with no opinions and and endless capacity to be shoved around. Financial limitations and health w…
Set in the 1970s, Kong: Skull Island follows a team of soldiers, scientists, and explorers who join forces to determine whether a unique ecosystem exists on a remote, mysterious isle. Bill Randa (John…
Over twenty years have passed since Full House ended its original run, but it's still freakishly easy to reenter the Tanner universe. The first episode of Fuller House finds newly widowed DJ Fuller (C…
Somehow I decided that Table 19 was going to be a broad, slapstick comedy along the lines of Office Christmas Party. This assumption had no basis in reality, but it didn't leave me especially excited …
For one thing, Frank Poncherello (Michael Pena) isn't just a California Highway Patrol officer, he's an undercover FBI agent working for the CHP. He's also not just a smooth lady's man with unstoppabl…