Indiana Jones Returns – Too Little, Too Late?

For those who came of age in the 1980s during a time of sleek consumerism and homogenous globalization, Indiana Jones was something of an idol. Harking back to a time when the jungles of South America and the Pyramids of Egypt were truly a world away, the Indiana Jones trilogy excited in us a feeling of adventure that has been rarely seen before or since.

Box Office Flops – More Than Meets the Eye?

There’s something oddly satisfying about seeing a big-budget movie flop. Whenever we hear about these ambitious, special effects-laden extravaganzas going down in flames we get an odd feeling of schadenfreude.

40 Years of Star Trek – Looking At The Past and To the Future

A brief look at Star Trek’s past, present and future on it’s 40th anniversary. How influential was Star Trek and where does it go next?

Can Survivor Rekindle Ratings with Controversy

As the original reality TV show Survivor goes into its 13th season by returning to South Pacific, they show faces some of the toughest challenges yet, declining ratings and racial controversy.

Aladdin and the Lamp

The version of Aladdin that you’re doubtless most familiar with is Disney’s 1992 film adaptation.

Performers Regret

Anyone who has been a public speaker or performed in public knows the sinking feeling of crushing embarrassment after the performance. It’s when you’ve gotten off stage and are on the way home and start to think about what you said or didn’t say. We’re much harder on ourselves than anyone else is and we’ve all been known to obsess a time or two. Even if no one else knows, its that regret that comes when you know you messed up or didn’t do your absolute best. Relax, even the pros do it, and over time, with practice, those awful feelings get fewer and fewer and grow into “Yes! I feel great! But even if you’re not there yet, just remember, most people couldn’t even get UP and do what you do!

Bloody Mallory – A Bloody Good Time

A strange blend of horror, comedy, and camp, Bloody Mallory is one of the more original films to come along in some time. But does that make it worth the price of a rental? Join me for an in-depth look at this example of oddball filmmaking.

ABC Tells Former President Bill Clinton to Stick It

The Movie Path to 9-11 has been condemned by Bill Clintons Administration; including Madam Albright and Bill Clinton himself because they claim it falsely accuses the Clinton Administration or portrays them as being very weak on International Terrorism.

Amazon Kicks It Off with Movie Downloads

Amazon announced the launch of their new video download service – Amazon Unbox. This new service will allow users to download video from thousands of TV show, movies and more using Amazon’s online store.

Science Fiction DVDs

Can there anyone who truly doesn’t love movies? I am a big fan of silver screen, which is assisted with mystic surround sound and an ambience of something big and worthy. Movie Theater going is a special something experience.

The 10 Most Popular Movies Of All Time — A Cheat Sheet (Part 2)

Are you a movie dunce? Do you not know your Corleone from your Kurosawa? Would you recognise a lightsaber if it hit you in the face? Well, don’t panic. To help you catch up on your movie knowledge here’s the second instalment in your 2-part crash course in the top 10 movies of all time, as voted by the readers of the Internet Movie Database. Careful, though… here be spoilers.

The Changing Face of Movie Rentals

Renting movies on VHS or DVD is, by far, the most popular form of entertainment in America. More Americans regularly rent movies than go to professional baseball, football, and basketball games combined! What’s not to love? With television screens growing bigger by the year and movies going from the theatre to VHS and DVD faster than ever, it’s no wonder movie rentals are at an all-time high. It’s also a lot cheaper than watching in the theatre, especially when you add in soaring gas prices and the $2.50 it takes just to get a small bag of popcorn!