Godzilla vs. Mothra, Freddy vs. Jason, D Cup Debbie vs. The Dildonic Duo ... they're all classics. But there are plenty of other versus films we've never had a chance to see, and that's sad.
Some actors find themselves in the same oddly specific situations in different movies. Not because they're typecast, but seemingly by pure coincidence.
Censorship is one of those thankless jobs that never goes as well as the dictator or Baptist Preachers expect. We asked you to show us how badly it can backfire using some of the most innocent entertainment ever made. The winner is below, but first the runners up ...
Before getting into the article, I will say that the single most important rule about Die Harding is that John McClane needs to be an average cop out of his element, and not a super cop
CHRISTOPH shoots all the SLAVE TRADERS and FOUR GALLONS OF BLOOD spurt onto the screen, followed by SIX MORE GALLONS of BLOOD.
Sometimes important stuff is cut from films, and sometimes that stuff includes character moments and backstories that kind of change the whole way you look at the film.
When a character delivers a classic movie line, the rest of the characters typically respond with reverential silence, or a witty complimentary quip of their own. They're being controlled by the writer who penned the amazing line, so they know better than anyone how brilliant that line was. We asked you to give those characters responses worth sayi
Since the 1980s, Robosaurus has defended your constitutional right to watch robot facsimiles of extinct animals eat sedans.
As much as I think 2012 was a great year for movies, it's also another in a long line of years where some of my favorite types of movies were absent.
Sometimes, real life does in fact resemble a Michael Bay movie, only minus the giant robots (usually).
It takes creative and downright clever ways the forces of political correctness would have ruined some of your favorite movies.
Actors are crazy, yes, but these actors adopted a special kind of "woo-hoo" and turned it into genius.
Why should Disney be have all the fun when it comes to remaking classic stories with adorable anthropomorphized animals in the leading roles?