It turns out, some sequels only exist by feeding off the carcass of the original's now-mangled plot.
Movies rely a lot on the viewers' suspension of disbelief. But thanks to the Internet, that disbelief is being shattered.
Great inventions can come from anywhere. Even the last place you would ever expect.
I'm not saying these movies are necessarily terrible -- I'm saying their theme songs are so excessively and even unfairly good that they make the film look like shit in comparison.
You're shitting the bed, Hollywood.
People in movies can be pretty dumb.
Half the fun of watching a movie is later poring over the DVD frame by frame for hours and hours so that you can pick up on the Easter eggs hidden within.
The following iconic movie characters, for reasons too obvious and straightforward to even mention, all ended up gathering at an abandoned summer camp one spooky weekend.
Thanks to the advent of the Internet, it turns out extras are doing a lot more than just filling space, often times even stealing the scene.
The following people and their bone-chilling exploits are totally real, and at least three-quarters of them are totally still alive.
Do I see myself in the same rarified atmosphere as Alfred Hitchcock or the incomparable Orson Welles? Let's answer that question with an anecdote.
Freddy Krueger's music video: a spooktacular bootique of questionable decisions that reduces Freddy to a variety show host playing hide-and-seek with his rapping nephews.