The final article on this journey through 1990s cinema takes us to the very best the decade has to offer.
Join me on a journey to define 1990s cinema by looking at 25 films representative of its style.
Join me in the fourth installment of my journey through the bizarre cinema of the 1980s.
Rampaging monsters, lecherous nerds and an out-of-control freight train hitch a ride on our journey through 1980s cinema.
Part II of my look at 1980s cinema serves up a fantasy epic, space history and an eerie and disturbing horror film, among others.
Part I of my series on what the cinema of the 1980s means, and where best to see it.
Mel Brooks's classic send-up of Hitchcock is more than just a light comedy. It's a keen essay on the nature of psychological film.
It was here that "Moose Murders," a play so bad it closed after one performance, premiered--and closed--in 1983.
Two movies about cheesy low-rent amusement parks illuminate similar subjects in remarkably different ways.
The middle decades of Warner Brothers' history serve up a great mystery, an enduring children's film and one of the greatest comedies ever made.