“How did she die? Saw herself in the mirror one day.”
In honor of a giant, Alex looks back at one of the great musicals — and one of Gene Wilder’s greatest roles.
Could the 1971 dark comedy counterculture classic HAROLD AND MAUDE be remade successfully? Here’s how it could work.
“This is the most uncomfortable coffin I’ve ever been in. Your selection is quite shoddy. You are wasting my time.”
It’s Friday, and we’re headed back to camp. It’s a guilty pleasure movie with a clickbait-worthy YOU WON’T BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENS NEXT!? ending.
Star Trek’s big 50th anniversary movie has something surprising in common with only one other Trek film.
On this episode, we’re adding Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory to our chart, and chatting with our special guest: Greg Sellas!
I’ll bet you’ve never even noticed when a character in a movie is chewing gum. But once you start looking for it, it’s everywhere, and it can be a key to deeper understanding. No, seriously. Hear me out.
A tale of intergenerational hypocrisy. A story that millennials can point to and use to scoff at their forebearers.
“And now folks, if you will just step this way, you are about to witness a most amazing, the most outstanding living monstrosity of all time.”