Category: Movies


The Horror (of Kids in Horror Movies)

The original IT was rated R, and just five minutes in you could see why. As such, children were strongly advised against seeing the movie.


Downton Abbey’s Triumphant Return

Brad Pitt, Sylvester Stallone and a PBS period-piece drama duked it out on the big screen this weekend. And the PBS adaptation won. Handily. Fans


Culture Clips: Rock’s Inescapable Decline

“Rock is dead!” That opinion has been bouncing around the culture practically since the rowdy genre was born. The Who actually had an unreleased album


America Re-Reads Chapter Two

Moviegoers just can’t get enough scares in September. IT: Chapter Two earned its second-straight box-office victory, devouring an estimated $40.7 million in North America en


IT Haunts No. 1 … Again

Make way for the king. Stephen King, that is. IT Chapter Two, the sequel to 2017’s record-setting IT (both of which were based on King’s


Angel Hasn’t Fallen Yet

In a decidedly sleepy weekend at the box office, the Gerard Butler actioner Angel Has Fallen flapped over a legion of holdovers to claim its


Angel, Overcomer Both Overperform

Fallen Angel? Hardly. The new Gerard Butler actioner, Angel Has Fallen, actually fluttered straight to No. 1, soaring high above its competition with an estimated


Culture Clips: The Play Nice Edition

Pink’s tired of all the negativity on the internet. Lashing back at online natterers who don’t like how she and husband Carey Hart are parenting


Good Boys Awarded With Win

Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw are two of the toughest hombres around. You wouldn’t think they’d be knocked off their high cinematic horse by a

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