Not since Two Girls, One Cup (yes, that's the real link. Be careful) has a work of fecal cinema inspired more gagging, satirical interpretations, and, well, gagging than The Human Centipede.For anyone who doesn't already know, it's the story of a demented German surgeon and his quest to create the " ... More >>
When you first saw the 1990 afterlife romantic comedy thriller Ghost, did you think, "This needs songs! Like a number for a ghost telling the Swayze character, 'You gotta let go'. And a mopey power ballad every time the Demi girl looks sad without her man and her pottery wheel"?
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This Friday, A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas opens in theaters near you, where some rather desperate people might very well line up with their tongues out.
I hear the film has a sort of fantasy sequence in Claymation, during which Kumar's boner comes right at your face!
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Kathleen Turner might be cursing and smoking up a storm in a play called High, but she's got nothing on the Sister Act gals.
They're dolled up in glitzy habits and putting on Vegas-style revues in Sister Act, the rote but pretty enjoyable adaptation of the 1992 movie comedy about a down low ... More >>
Stanley Kubrick's 1964 dark comedy Dr. Strangelove is the ultimate film about doomsday, paranoia, political idiocy, and the A-bomb.
Well, someone at Fox News is going to get really paranoid when they take a look at the acting credits my pal Amy Lumet has dug up.