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NIGHT OF THE COMET, Kelli Maroney, Catherine Mary Stewart, 1984

For all You Eclipse Lovers: We Remember What Happened in ‘Night of the Comet’

40 years later, what more can you ask of a 1980s’ end-of-the-world B-film?

Swayze & Gyllenhall in Road House

Swayze Vs. Gyllenhaal: Which ‘Road House’ Throws a Better Punch?

We review them both; see who we think is victorious.

GHOSTBUSTERS, Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, 1984.

‘Ghostbusters’ at 40: Is it the Most Quintessential ’80s Film Ever?

As the original 1984 cast reunited 40 years later for ‘Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,’ I finally watch the original.

PSYCHO, Janet Leigh, 1960

How Does ‘Psycho’ Hold Up Over 60 Years Later? I Have Some Thoughts

Until today, I might have been the last person left in America who has never seen a Hitchcock film.

TAXI DRIVER, Robert De Niro, 1976

Is the Classic Film ‘Taxi Driver’ More Disturbing Now Than Ever?

With ‘Taxi Driver’s Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster and director Martin Scorsese all up for Oscars we did a review of the 1976 film.

BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, Luke Perry, Kristy Swanson, 1992, TM &

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Who Did It Better? The Movie, Or the Show?

Buffy vs. Buffy: How much does it bite compared to the series?

RED DAWN, from left; Darren Dalton, C. Thomas Howell, Charlie Sheen, Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze, Brad Savage, Lea Thompson, 1984,

Red Dawn: An ’80s Classic Or an Outdated Dud?

Having been born on the Soviet side of the Cold War, I thought it was time to finally watch the 1984 film Red Dawn, which follows a group of Colorado teenagers, named the Wolverines after their high school’s football team, as they fight against a Soviet/Cuban invasion at the start of a fictional World War […]

The Sound of Music, Julie Andrews, 1965. TM and Copyright

‘The Sound of Music’ 58 Years Later: How Does It Hold Up?

58 years after its release, the Oscar-winning musical based on a real family who lived in Austria at the beginning of World War II is still a popular and beloved film among American audiences.

THE BIG LEBOWSKI, Jeff Bridges, Steve Buscemi, John Goodman, 1998,

‘The Big Lebowski’ Is Officially A ‘Classic’ Movie, But Is It Good?

25 years later, does “The Dude” really still abide in this cult classic?

TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, Debra Winger, Shirley MacLaine, 1983

‘Terms of Endearment’ Is the Perfect ’80s Time Capsule

‘Terms of Endearment’ turns 40 — how does it hold up for a first-time viewing?

THE PRINCESS BRIDE, Cary Elwes, Robin Wright, 1987.

‘The Princess Bride’ Is Now a Millennial, But Still a Fun, Family-Friendly Movie For All Ages

As you wish!

1988's Beetlejuice had the honor being the first DVD Netflix shipped, in March 1998

Bureaucracy, Modernism and Striped Pants: 35 Years Later, How Does Beetlejuice Hold Up?

Celebrate Halloween With Weekend Marathon of Beetlejuice!

GREMLINS, Zach Galligan, 1984, reading in bed with Gizmo

‘Gremlins’ Turns 40 — How Does it Hold up?

Campy horror flick about tiny gremlins leaves many questions. Plus will there be a sequel?