We'll have an interview with the director sometime soon (mostly to talk about money stuff), but I just wanted to put it out there that this film is worth watching and is only a measly $5. You can buy it here. And, hey, if you buy it and end up not liking it, I'll personally write and mail you a letter of apology. But I won't have to do it because the film is fun and good and an affordable way to stay in for a night if you're looking for something to watch.
January is absolutely the best time of year for movies. Nothing good comes out until spring, but all of a sudden we have this mountain of intel on last year's best movies, courtesy of awards voters and best-of-2012 lists.
When I went to watch Jurassic Park in 3D the other week, I realized that I have a different understanding of the movie than I did watching it as a kid, or rather, I watched it through the lens of an adult rather than as a child.
Do you have a tradition of watching Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas every Halloween? Did you watch Home Alone on Thanksgiving when it came out 22 years ago, or have a Lord of the Rings movie marathon with your family when you celebrate whatever you're celebrating in December? We asked some of our contributors to share some of their most memorable holiday movie-watching experiences. What, nobody has a Human Centipede tradition?