We've pulled together 10 classic black and white movies that every film fan needs to see at least once in their life.
Articles by Eric Rhodes
Die Hard and Lethal Weapon are both classic action franchises but which is the best? We give our arguments on both sides.
Tim Burton's 1989 Batman movie is iconic to a generation of Dark Knight fans. But in how has the film aged poorly and in what ways is it timeless?
With the Batman movies still going on, it's hard to forget Batman Begins. In some ways, it's aged poorly; in others, it's still timeless.
Starring Danny Glover and Mel Gibson, Lethal Weapon was extremely popular — but there's a lot you may not have known about the films.
The Animatrix was an animated addition to The Matrix franchsie and believe it or not, there are many reasons it's the best one.
Depp takes what’s on the page of a script and then goes full tilt interpreting the character. The result is generally a memorable character.
The original Die Hard is an undeniable classic and it's now over 30 years old, but there are still things about it you probably don't know.
Every Halloween, The Simpsons parody our favorite spooky stories in Treehouse of Horror. These are the best episodes ever.
Married With Children may be a classic sitcom, but no one knows what they were thinking with these awful episodes.
Married With Children ran for 11 seasons from 1987 to 1997. There are many excellent episodes that stand out. These are the best, according to IMDb.
It is time to boldly go where no man has ever gone before and rank some out of this world space flicks.
To see your own future or future civilizations, or maybe ride that flying car from The Jetsons. Some of the best Sci-Fi movies involve time travel.
Not only are some of the films on this list are pretty terrible spin-offs, they’re considered some of the worst films ever made.