Resident Evil dies like it lived: big, dumb, and weirdly enjoyable.
Behind every great book adaptation is a forgettable first try.
For the 100th Doomsday Reels column, we look at the grimmest screwball comedy in the history of film.
Is it possible to like a movie and find it super dull at the same time?
A dystopian movie that feels a bit too close to home.
It's 'Lars and the Real Girl' for the post-apocalyptic era.
"If I die, I'm gonna die historic on the island of Sodor!"
'Highlander: The Source' is a stern reminder that movies can be far worse than 'Highlander 2"
Whether it comes from outer space or the distant past, no amount of editing can fix 'Highlander 2.'
Protracted Silence: The Movie
Roger Corman's 'Death Race 2000' finally gets the follow-up it deserves.
Abandon all thought, ye who enter here.
Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love This Ridiculous Nonsense
The third Resident Evil movie is accidentally decent.
The second Resident Evil movie is far more faithful to the games on which it was based but twice as bad.
This month we're going to look back on a terrible series of movies that just refused to stop being made.
Celebrate a belated Christmas with some adorable children who want to murder everyone.
Dreamworks made an alien invasion comedy that's too cutesy for its own good, but it's not without merit.
A satire about pollution, corporate greed, consumerism, and the implied near-extinction of the human race. You know... for kids!
If madness had a soundtrack...