To my eyes, some of the biggest bombs of all time were actually not that bad, or were at least interesting enough to endure as tortured anti-classics, rather than get cast off into the dustbin of history’s forgotten mid-size hits.
The vitality of the Twin Cities’ cultural community is showcased on stage in summer, 2012.
Grab your roller skates. Chanhassen Dinner Theatres is producing the Midwest premiere of the musical “Xanadu.”
The company that owns Mall of America now has its eye on a massive, troubled retail and entertainment complex in northern New Jersey.
Which movies rise above the fray to stand as the truly “best” “worst movies ever”? Which are the cream of the crap? Here are my ten favorite movies that are truly so bad they’re good.