With last week being the 30th anniversary of the release of 'Ghostbusters', and this week is the 25th anniversary of 'Ghostbusters 2', now is a perfect time to look back at the long legacy of one of the greatest movie franchises of all time.
I know we said we were only going to do this as a trilogy, but it was pointed out that we missed such Christmas classics like 'Miracle on 34th Street' and the much loved Christmas specials, so here we go again.
It's another 12 things you didn't know about some of your favorite Christmas movies! That's right, we're doing a trilogy! And don't worry, we're not going to make the mistake of doing prequels next year.
We had so much fun with our first list of 12 things you didn't know about some of your favorite Christmas movies, and received such a great reaction to it, we've decided to follow in Hollywood's footsteps and take the next logical step, a sequel...
Christmas films like A Christmas Story and Christmas Vacation go right along with mistletoe, carols, and cookies as staples of the holiday season. And in celebration of the 12 days of Christmas, here are 12 bits of trivia you may not know about some of your favorite Christmas movies.
Last week we gave you ten things you may have not known about the classic films that shaped Halloween and modern horror movies, Dracula, Frankenstein, and The Wolf Man. In creating that list, I called the lead characters from those movies "The Unholy Trinity", and it got me thinking as to…
When it comes to horror movies, I feel like the classic Universal monster movies don't get their due respect. Yes, by modern standards they are tame, but they are still the movies that laid the ground work for those modern horror films.