From “St. Elmo’s Fire” to “Repo Man,” these 80s classics show surprising depth.
Witches, carny freaks, haunted hotels… American Horror Story gives fear a stylish twist.
As page turns transformed into ticket sales, many of the seventies’ bestselling novels found their stories doing bloody well on onscreen.
This town loves making movies about itself. For example, “Sunset Boulevard,” “I Love You Alice B. Toklas,” and “Tangerine.”
Formulaic and silly as they they could be, there’s no denying the fun in Elvis’ best films. With romps like “Viva Las Vegas” and “Clambake,” Elvis was also the King of rock ‘n roll movies.