Orson Welles's last film, completed 33 years after his death, is a worthy capstone to his amazing career.
Sparked by two movies that were popular in 1984, the meaning of the "PG-13" rating hasn't been clear since.
The last few decades of Warner Brothers history offer up extreme highs and extreme lows, but cinema continues to change.
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.
The first decades of the Warner Brothers story shine with classic movie musicals, historical epics and gangster pictures.
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.
Dear Hollywood: You and I have been friends for a very long time. Since I was born, really. Movies have been such a huge part [...]
Today, May 25, is a hallowed day for science fiction geeks everywhere. On this day in 1977, 37 years ago, the original Star Wars premiered. After [...]
There are bad movies, and then there are bad movies. I occasionally blog about bad films, or films considered to be bad which really aren't. The Conqueror, [...]
Curtis Han is a friend of mine on Twitter, and an aspiring author for JukePop Serials. He is one of the first young authors to [...]