6 Imaginary Characters The Audience Could See
Wednesday, May 2 by John Coon

When movie characters possess vivid imaginations, interesting things transpire. The characters dream up imaginary friends or foes who compel them into behavior that is erratic at best and psychotic at…

6 Gothic Movies You Should Watch While Wearing All Black
Thursday, March 29 by Joseph Gibson

Welcome to Gothic Cinema Theater, where the house lights never come up and the trailers cut themselves. Tonight, we're watching six of our favorite gothic movies all in a row….

4 Mindbending Movies Like Inception
Tuesday, December 20 by Jason Cuthbert

These four mind-bending movies like "Inception" are for fans of intricately woven narratives in the fantasy and science fiction genres. Leonardo DiCaprio starred in "Inception" as a criminal with the…

3 Donnie Darko Quotes That Are Just As Confusing as The Movie
Thursday, December 1 by Leah Kayajanian
No Point in Crying Over a Dead Rabbit. Here’s a Donnie Darko Explanation
Tuesday, October 18 by BWalter
This man should be thrown in jail.
7 Movie Parents Who Should Lose Their Kids To Child Services
Wednesday, September 28 by

Good rule of thumb: If you shrunk your children or they are full-sized, but screwing pies, you’re probably not fit as a parent.

Trippy Movies
Sunday, July 24 by Sheldon Reid

These trippy movies are surreal tales captured on film. The directors behind these movies were unafraid to explore the darkest corners of the human psyche or the most absurd stretches…

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Richard Kelly To Direct A Less Batsh*t Crazy Movie
Wednesday, February 16 by

Kelly will take on a more straightforward narrative with his new film ‘Corpus Christi’, though the plot description makes me wonder if deviations into “Fluid Karma” territory are inevitable.

10 Best Small Town Movies
Sunday, December 5 by Herbert Kanter

This list of the 10 best small town movies will help remind moviegoers and aficionados of just how intimate and identifiable the small town film can be to viewers. Such…

12 New Still Photos from Richard Kelly’s ‘The Box’
Tuesday, October 20 by

 The 120-minute Warner Brothers presentation at Comic-Con 2009 made for one of the hottest talking points at the event, not for the Where the Wild Things Are footage or the A Nightmare on Elm Street trailer that finally showed up online the other day… but for Cameron Diaz's potentially massive spoiler slip-up during the presentation for Richard Kelly's third film,The Box, starring Diaz, James Marsden and Frank Langella. We won't remind anyone of the specifics, but suffice it to say that the slip could turn out to have been fairly egregious. The producers have kept pretty mum since, but some new production stills from the film have arrived online, and we have a handful of them for you after the jump. We think you'll agree that the film's 1970s setting, paired with the compositions and unsettling subject matter have turned Richard Matheson's short story, "Button, Button," into some meticulous, cool Kubrickian nightmare.