Michael Gallucci is the managing editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. His previous gigs include editor-of-chief at Diffuser.fm, managing editor of Cleveland Scene and writing about music and movies for All Music Guide, American Songwriter, the A.V. Club, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites. @mgallucci
James Bond Movies Ranked Worst to Best
From Connery to Craig, with everything in between (yes, those two films too), a look at 007's highs and lows.
Terminator Movies Ranked Worst to Best
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Top 15 Movies of Summer 1979
Muppets, aliens, James Bond and America's favorite fictional boxer were on the big screen that hot year.
Top 25 Movies of Summer 1984
One of the busiest and best film seasons ever gave us some instant classics.
Indiana Jones Movies Ranked Worst to Best
Only a handful of his adventures have graced the big screen. Which are the keepers?
Mel Brooks Movies Ranked Worst to Best
The director, writer and actor made some all-time comedy classics. He also made some stinky duds. We line 'em all up.
Superman Movies Ranked Worst to Best
Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. But which Superman movies leap over the others?
Tom Petty Confirmed Dead: Daughter and Family Spokesman
Tom Petty died at age 66, following a day spent fighting to overcome an apparent heart attack.
Watch ‘Weird Al’ Final New Video, ‘Mission Statement’
We're finally at the end of "Weird Al" Yankovic eight-videos-in-eight-days campaign.
Lemmy Pancake Is Cooler Than Jesus Potato Chip
Joining a hallowed group that includes the walnut that looks like Chewbacca, the chicken nugget that looks like Abraham Lincoln and, of course, the potato chip that looks like Jesus, comes what is undoubtedly the coolest food item that looks like somebody famous.
Map Shows Which States Have Great Taste in Music, Which Don’t
A new map put together by Music Machinery details the most popular music in each of America's 50 states. And it not only serves as a gauge of what poor taste in music some of our countrymen have (really, West Virginia?), it also reveals there's a handful of them listening to s--- we never heard of.