"And no matter how much it begs, never ever let it tweet after midnight."
It highlighted for me how we can all make buffoons of ourselves in the face of diversity.
Similar turf issues bother Charlie Berg of San Diego. "When you fly in coach," he grouches, "why is it always the person
This holiday season, should you pass by a pug, fawn or black, big or small, left or right left lifted, include him in your reindeer games. He's not a misfit, and he's not a toy. He just wants to love you.
Fans of the 1985 cult classic "The Goonies" have been asking for a sequel for years, and Chris Columbus, who wrote the screenplay
Thirty years ago! Scary! Yet inspiring. (Certainly most millennials I encounter are ripping off that era as fast as their iPad-laden hands can grab.) For your pleasure and edification, I was there (and then), and I reflect.
Despite the fact that it has a Christmas setting, "Gremlins" was released in June due to the lack of summer movie competition
"I hear they're going to make another one soon," Dante told Empire. "I can see why -- it would be stupid to let that title
Horror films are almost immediately associated with the trope of killing the token minority -- the colloquial understanding that "the black guy dies first." With Halloween in mind, we took a look at 25 horror movies randomly selected from the most popular films across Rotten Tomatoes and Netflix.
After watching hours of gruesome deaths completing our scientific research, we found that offing minority characters is less
The original "Gremlins" boasted an all-star creative team -- directed by Joe Dante, written by Chris Columbus and produced
"I hear they're going to make another one soon," Dante said. "I can see why - it would be stupid to let that title go to
YouTube's favorite horror directors Michael Gallagher (Totally Sketch, "Smiley") and Tony V (BlackBoxTV) dish on the scariest
This week, depending on where you live, you could spend time with a sadistic murderer with a penchant for elaborate death traps in The Collection, or with a sadistic murderer with a penchant for weeding out who's been naughty and who's been nice in the Xmas-themed Silent Night.