A TV reporter asked Django Unchained creator Quentin Tarantino how he's so sure that there's no link between enjoying movie violence and enjoying real violence.
Tarantino could have replied, "Because movies are illusion. Mine, especially, is a satirical riff, a romp, a ride, with some self-consciou ... More >>
Not sure if he's the one who should be outing anyone, but here's what the American Psycho author (above) has been tweeting:
"Has anyone heard that Stanley Kubrick was gay? Info from two very good sources that despite wife and kids he had a long-term male partner."
"I don't care who's gay and who ... More >>
I just made the comparison, and it's absolutely shocking.
Here are the top 10 box office films of 1968, domestically, in descending order.
2001: A Space Odyssey, Funny Girl, The Love Bug, The Odd Couple, Bullitt, Romeo and Juliet, Oliver!, Rosemary's Baby, Planet of the Apes, and Night of the Livi ... More >>
American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis, who is only the second most annoying novelist on Twitter, doesn't mince words. He's generally full of Very Definitive Opinions about movies, TV, and other culture stuff, and last night he cottoned onto a new subject: bullying.
Contentious, isn't i ... More >>
It's almost Halloween, and if you're like me, you've been spending your free time watching scary movies and thinking up costume ideas. These sorts of movies are usually known for blood, boobs, and bad jokes, but the music that accompanies them is important, too. For instance, high-pitched s ... More >>