The Spoiler Room shares their own varied picks for the best cinematic love stories of all time. Continue reading THE SPOILER ROOM Opens Their Hearts and Shares Their Favorite Romantic Films
Take off with us as we look at some of the biggest movies playing 35 years ago, including: ALL THAT JAZZ, CRUISING, SATURN 3, MIDNIGHT MADNESS and more! Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: It’s Showtime!
Espionage, romance and John Ritter in spandex are just some of the subjects covered in our weekly look at the films people went to see 35 years ago. Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: You Always Hurt the One You Love
Looking back at the films released 35 years ago, including: Richard Gere in AMERICAN GIGOLO, Judy Davis in MY BRILLIANT CAREER, Barbara Steele in SILENT SCREAM, Dom DeLuise in FATSO and other assorted psycho killers and cuddly animals! Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: Whisper to a Scream
A look at the films released this week 35 years ago, including: a high-octane thriller, a classic film about post-war Germany, a sickly-sweet family film, a legendary rock concert and the first film starring Nastassja Kinski. Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80’s: A Jungle Out There
Always late, but never disappointing, these were my favorite films of last year. Hey, better late than never, right (Don’t answer that.)? Continue reading At Last! Scott’s Best Films of 2014!
Listen in as the Spoiler Room discusses the best and worst films of 2014! Continue reading The Spoiler Room Talks About the Best and Worst Films of 2014!
A special sneak peek at a new series that will look at the films of the 1980s, right from the beginning. In this installment, we have a sex comedy, an indie action smash and a genuine cult classic. Continue reading SCOTT’S FILM GEEK JOURNAL: A Look At the Shape of Things to Come
I hate beating up on people. Having said that, here are the worst films of 2014. Continue reading Good Riddance! The Worst Films of 2014
One of the best films of 2014 stars Kristen Stewart. Get over it. Continue reading CAMP X-RAY, or: Compassion Is a Revolutionary Act