Produced by Roger Corman, 1979’s Rock n Roll High School was a musical comedy where arguably the biggest Ramones fan Riff Randall tries to meet the Ramones to give them a song she wrote, also called “Rock n Roll High School”, and eventually gets the help of the band to take over her school.
2020 (and a new decade) kicks off with an apparently terrible new version of The Grudge as the only new movie in theaters this weekend.
2020 begins with a slew of horror, including a new spin on The Grudge, the return of Bad Boys with Bad Boys for Life, World War I epic 1917, the latest from Guy Ritchie with The Gentlemen and more in January.
There weren’t a lot of truly awful films in 2019 but these 5 were particularly egregious, whether they were utter disasters or, more often than not, just extremely boring and generic. Here are Zach’s picks for the Top 5 Worst Movies of 2019.
With their home no longer safe, the Abbott family has to head out into the larger, alien infested, world to try and survive in March’s A Quiet Place Part II.
Faking his own death, billionaire tech mogul One decides to use his resources to form a vigilante team of other “ghosts” to take down evil around the world that governments won’t touch.
Zach gives his picks for the top 10 best movies of 2019
Rise of Skywalker continued to dominate the box office in the final weekend of 2019, dropping about 60% from its opening last weekend and currently outpacing The Last Jedi by about $6 million.
2004’s Garth Merenghi’s Darkplace was full of brilliant and hilariously weird sequences but one of the best occured in the sixth and final episode when the episode turns into an 80s music video for the synth jam “One Track Lover”.
The final weekend of 2019 has three well-recieved films opening or expanding wide, including two potential Oscar contenders and the latest animated feature from Blue Sky Studios.