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Ranking: Every Horror Movie Sequel From Worst to Best

Artwork by Cap Blackard (Buy Prints + More) Rank and File finds us sorting through an exhaustive, comprehensive body of work or collection of pop-culture artifacts. This time, we sift through the slush pile of horror sequels and separate the terrible from the terrifying. There’s perhaps nothing more pure than a stand-alone horror movie. Well, a

Ranking: Every Marvel Movie and TV Show from Worst to Best

This feature originally ran in April 2015 and will be periodically updated and re-published with the latest Marvel releases. Welcome to Dissected, where we disassemble a band’s catalog, a director’s filmography, or some other critical pop-culture collection in the abstract. It’s exact science by way of a few beers. This time, we sort through the best and

Zombie godfather George A. Romero left behind unused scripts and a forgotten movie

George A. Romero, Everett Collection Fifty years ago, director George A. Romero created the zombie genre with his terrifying debut, Night of the Living Dead, tipping off an essential career that gave us genre classics like Marvin, Dawn of the Dead, The Crazies, and Creepshow. Last year, however, he tragically passed away, but he may have

Ryan Reynolds to star in a movie about a video game NPC

Ryan Reynolds is all over the damn place these days. Not that that’s a bad thing. In addition to alienating audiences as Marvel’s wisecracking Deadpool, the actor is slated to star in a live-action Pokemon movie, shepherd a Clue remake, and produce a stoner spin on Home Alone. Now, he’s teaming up with Stranger Things executive

Halloween: Resurrection is the Worst Horror Movie Sequel Ever

Subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | Podchaser | RSS “Trick or treat, motherfucker!” Welcome back Huskers to another episode of Halloweenies, a limited series on the Consequence Podcast Network. If you recall, McKenzie Gerber, Dan Caffrey, Justin Gerber, and Michael Roffman are carving out one Halloween movie at a time leading up to the October 19th release of

Classic Film Review: True Romance Remains A Sweet, Distinctly Male Movie

When True Romance was released in theaters 25 years ago this week, “a Tarantino movie” wasn’t something audiences and critics could rely on as shorthand. You say that now, and it evokes a very particular kind of image: dialogue packed with references to pop cultural arcana, brutal-yet-stylish violence with a particular emphasis on the body-ripping power of

A movie about the Thai cave rescue is already in the works

It’s been less than 24 hours since the last remaining members of a boys soccer team and their coach were rescued out of a flooded cave in Thailand, and already there’s a movie in the works. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Pure Flix Entertainment has begun development on a feature-length film inspired by the Wild Boars