This weekend I finally got to introduce my family to Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas. It was such a special moment that I had to share the news on Facebook. It got many likes. People love that little Jim Henson film. Someday I’ll try to do the same thing with Santa Claus: The Movie. It won’t be nearly as enjoyed. It won’t receive any Facebook likes. Nobody… Continue reading What Is Your Favorite Christmas Movie That No One Else Loves?
Artist Erika Deoudes is our hero today for creating this 2014 calendar full of famous movie monsters reimagined as sexy pin-up models. Dubbed The Calendar of Sexy Monsters, it features all your favorites, from the beautiful Predator seductively posing against a tree to Godzilla teasing the destructive package between his legs. Oh, what’s that? You have a thing for the Blob? Don’t worry, it’s got a spot on here, too… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing Today: Famous Movie Monsters Reimagined as Sexy Pin-Up Models
It’s that time of the year when there are a bazillion “best of” lists flooding the Web. If you’d like to give your eyeballs a break and enjoy a few fantastic videos celebrating the greatest movies of 2013, we have what you need. Our pal David Ehrlich at Film.com rounded up 25 of his favorite films this year. Even if you don’t agree with his choices… Continue reading Your Favorite Thing(s) Today: Two Fantastic Year-End Videos Look Back at the Movies of 2013
One of the best sequels of all time is Gremlins 2: The New Batch, probably the only one that ever got away with being both a narrative follow-up as well as a kind of parody of the original. In a reflexive scene, Billy (Zach Galligan) is explaining the rules of Mogwai/Gremlins to employees of Clamp Tower and the guys start asking technical questions that reveal those… Continue reading What Major Movie Plot Holes Do You Forgive from Your Favorite Films?
Actor Neil Patrick Harris (“Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle,” “Starship Troopers,” “Smurfs 2″) is Moviefone’s Guest Editor from July 25 – 31. Look for more videos from him, including his Six-Second Review of “Smurfs 2,” throughout the week.
Neil Patrick Harris sings. That’s pretty much all you need to