These Movie Bootleggers Make The Best Hooch
Thursday, May 2 by Gregory Wakeman

  For some reason on October 28, 1919, Congress passed the Volstead Act, which prohibited the manufacture, sale, or transportation of intoxicating liquors within the United States. Of course, the…

The 6 Best Steadicam Shots in Film
Monday, April 15 by Gregory Wakeman

Visionary directors like to use the steadicam shots to show off their skills to the world. The likes of Paul Thomas Anderson, Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Orson Welles, and Brian…

5 Movie Police Interrogations That Broke The Criminal
Friday, October 12 by Gregory Wakeman

Is there a scarier place than a police interrogation room? You’re either there because you’ve a) committed a crime that you are about to be put under increased pressure to…

The 5 Most Brutal Al Capone Movies
Saturday, August 25 by Gregory Wakeman

There are gangsters, and then there is Al Capone. The deadliest mobster that America has ever seen turned Chicago into the crime capital of the world, and he ruled the…

The 8 Craziest Cops In Film
Friday, May 11 by John Coon

  Cops are sworn to serve and protect their local communities. Sometimes, that requires doing something a bit more crazy than hitting the local coffee shop and loading up on…

Blast Radius: 5 Amazing Movie Explosions
Friday, February 17 by Joseph Gibson
6 Incredible Films Based On TV Shows
Thursday, February 2 by Joseph Gibson

TV shows aren't necessarily known for inspiring classic films. But occasionally a good (for purposes of this article, read "incredible") movie based on a TV series manages to crawl its…