It turns out HBO is actually pulling some of its punches when it comes to 'Game Of Thrones.'
Sometimes the same movies that we mock for replacing plot with explosions hide important details so well that we wouldn't have picked up on them with a dozen repeat viewings.
You'd be amazed at how thoroughly movies have turned you into a dum-dum.
There's a very good chance many of us are still gonna end up paying to see some of the following movies, despite all the warning signs.
We decided it was high time classic movies got the modern Hollywood treatment.
These days, broadcast TV is having to fight for ways to get more advertisements into your eyeballs, whether you like it or not. And things are starting to get weird.
If you can even remember the pre-internet days, Asylum is basically the Cracked to Hollywood's Mad Magazine. We wanted to know how our film counterpart operates (and if they're at all interested in making some list-based movies).
Tim Burton is kind of a weirdo. And when he adapted 'Charlie And The Chocolate Factory' for the big screen that it became apparent that he is deeply unhinged.
Hollywood loves to pilfer and then tweak in a sad effort to make a concept seem unique.
Here are five times when directors decided the best way to help an actor capture a moment was by recording them out of character.
If the universe operated by any of these Hollywood rules, life on Earth would become a nightmarish carnival of death and destruction.