Movie Blog: Top 10 MST3K Episodes EverIn the increasingly distant future — more than a quarter-century ago this Thanksgiving, A.D. — the greatest Thanksgiving gift of all time was unleashed on the world. On Thanksgiving Day 1988, Twin Cities station KTMA aired the first episodes of what would eventually turn into arguably the biggest, most culturally significant cult TV show of all time.
Movie Blog: ‘Friday The 13th’ Ranked, From Worst To BestIt isn't so very often that we get two Friday the 13th months in a row. You don't have to be superstitious to perk up whenever the fateful date approaches. You might just be a fan of some of the cheesiest, least frightening horror movies ever made, the Friday the 13th franchise.
Sound Unseen 2015 Highlights: Reviews In BriefThe Sound Unseen film festival launches this Wednesday, again bringing music-lovers in Minnesota insight into artists both obsurce and beloved, histories of creative titans and audio visionaries, and examples of how art can change the world.
Top 4 Reasons To Try YogaIt's fall in Minnesota and even though the environment is telling you to slow down, we're here to tell you the reasons why you should stay active.
Movie Blog: The 10 Scariest Movies EverMuch like comedy, horror is one of the most subjectively-received movie genres out there. Just as you can't really argue what people think is or isn't funny, it's difficult to convince anyone that they're not scared if they're squeezing the blood right out of your closest thigh.
Movie Blog: 10 Best Fireworks SequencesIt's the Fourth of July, which means fireworks displays galore. But if you happen to be stuck inside this evening, you'll probably want to take in a great display via a classic movie. These are 10 of the top best scenes involving fireworks in movie history.
Movie Blog: 10 Best Movie Fathers Ever
Movie Blog: 10 Worst Movie Fathers EverThough I found myself struggling to come up with a shortlist of candidates as compelling as the collection that formed the distaff side, the horror genre alone ensured that there would be no shortage of contenders.
Day 16 @ MSPIFF 2015: 'The End Of The Tour' (Not) Reviewed
Day 13 @ MSPIFF 2015: 'I Touched All Your Stuff' ReviewedWhen press notes compare a documentary to Errol Morris, what does that typically tell you as a viewer? Does it suggest that you're going to see a film that digs like a termite at its subject? Does it suggest to you a seamless blend of interview footage and dramatic recreation?
Day 8 @ MSPIFF 2015: 'Girlhood' Reviewed
Day 4 @ MSPIFF 2015: 'Clouds Of Sils Maria' Reviewed