The final article on this journey through 1990s cinema takes us to the very best the decade has to offer.
By Josh Hammond of Monday Morning Movie Quarterback, part of the Wes Anderson Blogathon! This post is part of my first blogathon. When I saw [...]
It's finally time!!!! Here is the first entry in the Wes Anderson Blogathon. Mike Ladano reviews the film "Rushmore," which is one of Anderson's earlier [...]
Mental Home, a moody doom/prog metal band from Russia, is a highly underrated band with a lot of very interesting music.
A power metal anthem celebrating freedom is entirely appropriate today.
Composer James Horner scored some of the biggest movies ever--and some emotional moments of my life.
The decline and fall of the most fearsome terrorist group in the Western world.
The 1990s Clinton-apocrypha story "Primary Colors" could have a brand new chapter in 2016.
This was one of the many great songs that came out of the New Orleans metal scene in the late 1990s.
Why is language almost invisible in many films? Here are three where it's not--and they're really terrific films!