Undefended: Movies So Bad, They’re Good.

This week, movies that are so bad that they’re good. A few of these selections will probably be offensive. Joseph Gross 1. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter- Abraham Lincoln fights a vampire on top of a stampede of horses and reveals that his ax is also a shotgun. 2. Battlefield Earth- “Crap-lousy ceiling! I thought I…Read On


Undefended: Greatest Sci-Fi Pictures Of The Last 25 Years.

This week, Interstellar rocketed into the top 20 spots on IMDB’s Top 250. Our writers were asked to make a list of the best sci-fi pictures of the last 25 years. As is the new way of things, first come, first serve. No repeats allowed. Elizabeth Stinnette 1. Back to the Future 2. The Matrix…Read On


Undefended: Greatest Cameos Of All Time

This week, greatest cameos.   Joshua Gibbs 1. Steve Martin in The Muppet Movie: “Would you like to smell the bottle cap? 2. Dustin Diamond in Made: “Did you just let… Screech in the club?” 3. David Bowie in Zoolander: “If nobody has any objections, I believe I might be of service.” 4. Bruce Springsteen…Read On


Weigh In: What Is Quentin Tarantino Good For?

Christian Leithart: I’ve heard people say that Quentin Tarantino is a master of building suspense in a scene. Haven’t seen it, but apparently Inglorious Basterds is a good example. I’ve also heard that in terms of dialogue, plot, and general chutzpah, amateur filmmaking still hasn’t escaped from under Pulp Fiction‘s shadow. Thomas Banks: I’d say…Read On

Undefended: Thieves And Burglars

This week, the best heist/burglar/theft films of all time. No repeats was instructed, but not always followed (perhaps in keeping with the theme of stealing). Heat was assumed by all. Thomas Banks 1.Sleuth (Olivier/Caine version) 2. Ronin (which also should be assumed) 3.To Catch a Thief 4. Arsene Lupin (John Barrymore version) 5.The Great Muppet…Read On


Undefended: Hot Button Issue Movies

This week, five films that deal well with hot button issues. Five films that aren’t preachy, and yet treat on contemporary social and political issues with a light touch. For each film, please put in parentheses that subject you believe the film does well with. Remy Wilkins 1. 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days (One…Read On