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Who are the Schmoes, and what exactly do they know?

The Schmoes are a couple of regular guys, Kristian Harloff and Mark Ellis, who–like you–are the people for whom movies are made. Each week, we’re posting brand new video from the Schmoes that’ll give their spin on a given movie topic.

On this week’s episode of the Schmoes Know Movie Show, the guys make their… Continue reading The Schmoes Know Movie Show: The Top 5 Mark Wahlberg Movies

Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror.

Deliver Us From Evil

The newest title to join the “based on real events” subgenre is Scott Derrickson’s Deliver Us from Evil, which opens nationwide on July 2. Eric Bana stars as Ralph Sarchie, a New York cop who becomes embroiled in a supernaturally tinged case… Continue reading The Most Terrifying Movies Based on True Stories

Early in the year 1989, the comic book blockbuster didn’t really exist yet. While 1978’s Superman was an extraordinarily successful film that launched the modern comic book movie, its success could be considered relatively modest in the grand scheme of the superhero genre. By the summer of ’89, that was about to change, because a character that most people had written off as campy, comedic, and dubious in the… Continue reading Comics on Film: 25 Years Ago, Tim Burton's 'Batman' Changed Superhero Movies Forever

Your Top Three is a series here at Movies.com where we choose a topic and you give us your top three picks.

It used to be that the only acceptable Michael Bay movies to champion were The Rock and Armageddon, both of which did receive Criterion Collection releases, after all (never mind the reasons). Then he made… Continue reading Your Top Three: Michael Bay Movies

From left to right: Chris Walas (Gremlins creator), Dick Miller (Murray Futterman), Joe Dante (director), Zach Galligan (Billy Peltzer) and Rick Baker (special effects supervisor: Gremlins 2: The New Batch).

This month marks the 30th anniversary for many fine films that came out of 1984, but Gremlins is one of our personal favorites. One of the earlier horror-comedy progenitors, the