Chewbacca actor Peter Mayhew helped to define the iconic role in the Star Wars franchise for four decades.
We turn back the clock to examine the late 80s cult classic Lost Angels starring King Ad Rock.
Looking back at Anthony Michael Hall's Out of Bounds which flopped in 1986.
A look at Wes Craven's Deadly Friend, a movie released in 1986 that that got so much right about the future we currently live in.
A look back at how the animated horror movie Monster House changed a genre.
The overly ambitious Moviepass was extremely popular with moviegoers, but so many factors set it up up for failure.
Some fans think Infinity War was the better Marvel movie, but Black Panther was showered with 7 Oscars nominations.
It looks like M. Night Shyamalan could be creating the ultimate Shyamalanaverse right in front of us.
A look at the critical favorite in each major category, and if that choice is truly worthy of a Golden Globe.
Oprah Winfrey believes Black Panther should win Best Picture at the Oscars, but is it really the most deserving movie?
Does every movie with a holiday setting instantly become a Christmas classic, or should some kind of president be set?
Michael Bay created a maligned franchise in Transformers, but the first movie deserves some love, or at least less hate.
The Exorcist may be the better movie, but The Exorcist III is an underrated gem that makes for the perfect movie to watch this Halloween.
Universal brings the haunted house classic Poltergeist screaming to life with an almost too-perfect new maze that will give you nightmares.
Universal closed down Jurassic Park: The Ride and I finally took a journey to enjoy the attraction for the first and last time ever.
Forget Friday the 13th a minute. The New Kids is a high-water mark of producer Sean S. Cunningham's career thats needs more recognition than it gets.
Guardians of the Galaxy 3 is currently on hold indefinitely while Marvel Studios decides what to do with the franchise.
Considered a lost John Carpenter movies for decades, Someone's Watching Me! makes a comeback with a glorious new blu-ray release packed with extras.
There's so many differences between The Empire Strikes Back comic and the movie that it makes for a whole new experience.