So, I finally saw "The Room." Now I know why I waited so long.
A truly awful film that even its star denounced as "a big lie," Antonioni's bizarre 1970 counterculture epic has some interesting implications.
See the bizarre result when a 1960s company that manufactures TVs tries to tell us what they think the future will be like.
One of the most classic and beloved monster movies of the 1950s actually contains some pretty regressive and reactionary messages, if you think about it.
This bizarre and enigmatic film has been polarizing audiences for over 50 years. What does it mean?
In 1962, a think tank wanted to see if they could dig a big hole with a nuclear bomb. What could possibly go wrong?
Did you watch bad SF and monster movies on Saturday afternoons in the 70s and 80s?
Worst science fiction film ever made? Hardly. In fact in many ways it's quite visionary and progressive.
The most expensive musical of all time tanked at the box office and destroyed Diana Ross's career. But there's more to it than you think.
The most advanced airliner in the world was almost too good to survive in the dysfunctional world of air travel economics.