Tim Pawlenty: So obscure, it's not even funny.Hey everybody, check it out: Tim Pawlenty came in first place at something. Our former governor took the number-one spot in GQ's list of the top 25 least influential people on planet earth, right up there with Hank Williams Jr., MSNBC's Ed Schul ... More >>
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Ever wonder what would have happened if Ed Wood been the one to film Hitchcock's The Birds? The resulting movie may have looked a little like the low-budget, stock-footage laden, pending cult classic Birdemic: Shock and Terror.
Missed last month's live mockery of Plan 9? It's coming again this October.
'The Notorious Bettie Page' never pins down the pinup
George Lucas gets his 'Revenge' in Cannes
T&A and the ol' Ultra-V make for the ideal American film festival
Schwarzenegger tries killing us softly; 'Rollerball' earns a red card
Audiences storm the stage. Actors suffer gastrointestinal distress. Backstage confessions of theater gone terribly, terribly wrong.
Tim Burton's outsider art survives even the brute commercialism of Planet of the Apes
Randy spouse-swappers fill The Crowded Bed; a hemophiliac learns to love in Shivaree
John Travolta delivers the Scientology sermon of Battlefield Earth
The Mpls/St. Paul International Film Festival swaddles the Cities in cinema
1999 brought a cinematic bounty to the art house and the multiplex alike
Once again, director Tim Burton messes with reason and pledges allegiance to fantasy in Sleepy Hollow
The annual case of contagious hype and acquisitions mania at the Sundance Film Festival
Tim Burton's Mars Attacks! throws a cream pie in the face of our independence.
This year's New York Film Festival kept movie buffs reeling.
Independence Day restores order to the millennium.