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  • Posted 04/25/2012 11:37:47 EDT

    All they have to do is remake the original Dr. Who movie from the 1960s that starred Peter Cushing as Dr. Who, recapped parts of the first season, and introduces the Daleks. It could introduce a gener more »

  • Posted 10/16/2011 03:14:54 EDT

    Anthology Horror Movies The Monster Club (Amicus Films - 1981):  The setting is at an exclusive London nightclub for monsters only. The linking element is that the horror writer Ronald Chetwynd-Hayes more »

  • Posted 09/02/2011 12:31:43 EDT

    In Response to Re: Which fall shows will you watch?: [QUOTE]Cant wait to watch AMC's "The walking dead" . I also cant believe it didnt make this list. Posted by Coopa20[/QUOTE] This lists new shows fo more »

  • Posted 09/02/2011 12:30:14 EDT

    Playboy Club seems to be an attempt by the foundering Playboy Magazine empire to cash in on its brand and image. Pan Am is obviously set up to compete with Playboy Club or grab some of its viewers. Un more »

  • Posted 07/14/2011 03:59:32 EDT

    "Rutles: All You Need is Cash" This film was expanded from pre-filmed skits originally written and performed by Eric Idle on "Rutland Weekend Television" and "Saturday Night Live". It was about four b more »

  • Posted 07/14/2011 03:03:46 EDT

    National Lampoon's "Animal House" spoofed the 50s / early 60s College nostalgia movies that came out around that time. It set the bar for college movies that followed. It also did for fraternal organi more »

  • Posted 07/14/2011 01:04:01 EDT

    I liked the last season of "Yes Minister".  "Yes Minister" was a very clever BBC show about the relationship between the politician who runs a ministry, his personal assistant (Personal Secretary), an more »

  • Posted 05/27/2011 11:45:17 EDT

    I have to go with his iconic role in Conan the Barbarian. He might have been a big slab of ham in that film and James Earl Jones was on autopilot, but everybody else was acting way over their heads. T more »

  • Posted 05/27/2011 11:19:03 EDT

    Associated Press movie critic Christy Lemire lists her . What do you th more »

  • Posted 05/09/2011 05:12:17 EDT

    In Response to Re: What TV shows are you watching this spring?: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: What TV shows are you watching this spring? : Hah, I better look it up. Didn't the people who did SeaLab also more »

  • Posted 05/02/2011 06:22:14 EDT

    Archer on FX, a rotoscoped and cell-animated cartoon spoof on 1960s spy shows and the James Bond 007 franchise from the makers of Adult Swim's Frisky Dingo. It is one of the sickest, funniest shows on more »

  • Posted 04/21/2011 01:35:04 EDT

    In Response to Re: Your favorite cult movie?: [QUOTE]Who did Lost Highway?  Quite bizzare, but intriguing.  Perhaps I was younger, but I got a good kick out of how the main character is answering the more »

  • Posted 04/21/2011 01:28:36 EDT

    Total Flops with a cult following: Any movie by Ed Wood. Any ripoff of Gremlins (Ghoulies, Critters, etc.) Any film parodied by MST3K Creepers - A teenaged Jennifer Connelly gets her start in an Itali more »

  • Posted 04/21/2011 01:15:54 EDT

    Mainstream hits with a cult following: Airplane! - "Don't call me Shirley." The Blues Brothers - "We're on a mission from God." Brazil (AKA Monty Python's "It's the 1984 Show") Gremlins and Gremlins 2 more »

  • Posted 04/20/2011 11:54:17 EDT

    I can't believe Ralph Bakshi isn't on the list. Coon - Protests pulled it from theaters for racist content. Nobody will ever release it to DVD / Blu-Ray because of the controversy.  But it is the only more »

  • Posted 04/15/2011 03:03:57 EDT

    Honorable  mention: Death Race 2000 - Vehicular homicide is America's new national sport in a future decadent police state. Death Race was a gritty remake without the cultural and political satire. On more »

  • Posted 04/15/2011 02:42:04 EDT

    There was only one Anime / Animated film listed: Akira is overrated as an anime film. It's too crowded a plot to really enjoy. Most people love it for the bike fight sequences in the beginning. Ghost more »

  • Posted 04/15/2011 01:17:57 EDT

    Some Like It Hot. It has it all: Marilyn Monroe as a sweet bimbo with a heart of gold, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis in bad drag, zany humor, George Raft as a tough gangster nicknamed "Spats", a bad Car more »

  • Posted 04/15/2011 01:06:04 EDT

    Charlie's Angels. The movies were way better than the show, say what you will about them. I think they were made due to Tatantino's threat to make Fox Force Five, the faux pilot starring Mia Wallace ( more »

  • Posted 04/15/2011 12:32:06 EDT

    Hollywood has had a tendency in the last two decades to remake movies and turn cult TV shows into feature films. What do you think are the worst remakes? Why do you think they failed? Was it the writi more »

  • Posted 04/15/2011 12:25:43 EDT

    Kurosawa's Hidden Fortress was the inspiration for Star Wars, making Star Wars a remake of it. They have a lot in common - a pair of cowardly comedy-relief servants, a princess that needs rescuing, a more »

  • Posted 12/05/2010 02:50:58 EST

    In Response to Re: Best video games of the year?: [QUOTE]I am a FPS fan from way back. So, COD Black Ops, but I also have Halo, Reach and am a big fan of the Halo series. So, as soon as I make my way more »

  • Posted 09/23/2010 11:51:19 EDT

    There really shouldn't be a replacement for Michael Scott, per se. There should be a new character introduced that represents a new flavor of idiot boss. The British version showcased the worst traits more »

  • Posted 09/16/2010 04:29:57 EDT

    PCU I loved the Communications major who developed the "Caine-Hackman Theory", which states: At any moment in time, at least one cable or broadcast TV channel will be showing a movie that stars Michae more »

  • Forum Post: SF/F who to read?

    Posted 09/09/2010 01:22:45 EDT

    Michael Moorcock is another groundbreaking writer. He is famous for his linked "Eternal Champion" series, each character a facet of an archetypal Hero who is involved in the struggles between the cosm more »

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