Sometimes, movies are so bad that they are actually enjoyable. All you need is the right friends at your side to help make fun of them. That is one of my personal favorite pastimes, and it was MST3K that showed…

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A blockbuster-sized testament to the fact that everyone loves seeing giant monsters brawl and wreak havoc, Kong: Skull Island hits cinemas this week. This highly-anticipated premiere, which is expected to get Legendary’s MonsterVerse firing on all cylinders, also presents me…

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The director is the only person who is involved in every aspect of making a movie. No matter how great a performance, how well-crafted a script, creative the editing, or cutting edge the special effects are, if the director is…

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Of all the Top 5’s we’re doing this week, the Best Actor category may be the most predictable and also contains the most consensus among the RWT staff. Does that speak to the lack of great starring roles by men in…

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Our Top 5’s continue with a category slightly flipping the script on the recent Oscar-nominations. While the most-likely candidate to win the Oscar this year squeaked into our Top 5, we are still in shock over the snub of our…

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After a creaking start to the first-half of 2016, the movies and performances picked up steam to near breakneck speeds in November through January. Which ends up being pretty funny since this category is heavy with movies from before November.…

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In 2016, if there was ever a category needing a Top 5 instead of a Top 10, it is the Best Supporting Actress category. Multi-Oscar winners continued their incredible run of great performances and some surprising newcomers entered the conversation,…

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With the recent premiere of Denis Villeneuve’s critically-acclaimed Arrival and the forthcoming release of Passengers (2016), now seems like as good a time as any to round up some of the best cerebral Sci-Fi in the galaxy. These films are more…

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When you think of Paul Verhoeven, what comes to mind? Master of provocation? Master of satire? Master of cult classics? One thing is certain, Verhoeven has always been a divisive filmmaker. When first making his way to make films in American…

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A month filled with celebrating the horror genre can only be fittingly celebrated with a look at one of its greatest directors. John Carpenter’s mixture of using empty space, glorious synth scores, and slow-building anticipation set him apart as a…

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