Michael Myers has been giving us nightmares since the original “Halloween” premiered in 1978. So it’s no easy task we’ve given you–deciding which movie in the franchise is the scariest!
“The Shining,” “Cujo,” “Carrie”… they’ve all left their (scary) impression. But which one is the absolute scariest? There’s only one way to find out!
The Godfather received 11 Academy Award nominations. So did The Godfather, Part II. Heck, even The Godfather, Part III racked up seven Oscar nominations. Clearly, this trilogy has the respect of the industry. But what do you think?
if you could cat an Emmy ballot, which reality competition series would be your pick? Vote for “Dancing With The Stars,” “Project Runway,” “So You Think You Can Dance,” “The Amazing Race,” “The Voice” or “Top Chef”!
The “Back to the Future” movies might be one of the best trilogies of all time, but which one really puts out 1.21 gigawatts of power? From meeting Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) to hoverboards, they all have reasons for winning… here’s your chance to decide!
In the lead up to the Emmys, we’re talking to actors and actresses, showrunners and reality show hosts and producers to get the true stories of what goes on behind the scenes. On CLOSE UP WITH THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER, you’ll hear from Emmy-nominated actresses like Amy Schumer (Inside Amy Schumer), Kate McKinnon (Saturday Night Live),…
From East to West, DEUTSCHLAND 83′s thrilling season kept us on the edge of our seats, but which episode was your favorite? Read the recaps then vote in the poll below.
Always wanted to be an Emmy voter? Well, now you can! Vote for “Better Call Saul,” “Downton Abbey,” “Game Of Thrones,” “Homeland,” “House of Cards,” “Mad Men” or “Orange Is The New Black” in our poll.
Wish you were an Emmy voter? Well, now you can be. Cast your vote for Claire Danes (“Homeland”), Elisabeth Moss (“Mad Men”), Robin Wright (“House of Cards”), Taraji P. Henson (“Empire”), Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”), Viola Davis (“How to Get Away with Murder”).
Are you more into “Spy Kids,” “El Mariachi” and “Machete” or “Pulp Fiction,” “Jackie Brown” and “Reservoir Dogs”?
We gotta give it to John McClane (Bruce Willis): “Yippee-ki-yay” is pretty much our fired-up and ready mantra. But we also love Samuel L. Jackson as Zeus (“as in father of Apollo”) in Die Hard With A Vengeance and the way McClane can take down a helicopter with a car (Live Free or Die Hard).…
In honor of the Supreme Court ruling making same sex marriage legal nationwide, we’re throwing a wedding. Pick your favorite LGBT movie couple — from Ennis and Jack in “Brokeback Mountain” to Angel and Jesse in “Rent.”
Neither hero goes looking for a fight, but once they’re in–watch out! Rocky can take one hell of a beating and stay standing, but Rambo can really dole it out like nobody’s business.
Everyone wants to be a comic book superhero, right? The hard question is: Which one? Well, know we know because the you took the quiz and the results are in! Find out if Batman, Wolverine, Aquaman or Spider-Man is the ultimate hero.
Take a look below at the 10 places you can see Jon Hamm — from “Friends with Kids” to “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” — then vote on your favorite.
“BEHIND THE STORY” Poll: Which Impression by “The Mindy Project” Star Ike Barinholtz is the Funniest?
Ike Barinholtz, who plays Nurse Morgan Tookers on The Mindy Project, has the gifted ability to lean into a comedic impression, as seen in his appearance on BEHIND THE STORY: “The Mindy Project”. So which impression is the best? Tell us in the poll below.
Tatiana Maslany plays a variety of clones on Orphan Black — all born in 1984. Leading drastically different lives, the clones are anything but the same. So which one is your favorite? Tell us in the poll below.
Philip Seymour Hoffman, James Earl Jones and Samuel L. Jackson are the frontrunners.
BABYLON. The Office. 30 Rock. Cheers. Park and Recreation. Television has not shortage of great workplace comedies. But how would you be cast in one? Wonder no more! The results are in and — surprise, surprise — it looks like 26% of you are…
As we’re all anxiously awaiting Channing Tatum’s return to his role as Magic Mike in the tantalizingly-titled sequel “Magic Mike XXL,” let’s take a look back at some of the awesomely awful stripper movies of days past. From Elizabeth Berkley’s Razzie-winning performance in “Showgirls” to Jennifer Beals’ welder-stripper-modern dancer wannabe, these are the movies we just love to … well, love.
Everyone’s favorite “21 Jump Street” star made the leap to the big screen with everyone’s favorite ’80s slasher flick “A Nightmare on Elm Street.” But what’s the best Johnny Depp movie? That, dear readers, we leave you to decide.
Babysitters in the movies have it rough. They try to fend off everything from psychotic killers to lecherous fathers while keeping their charges alive. And they don’t always succeed. But which sitter had the worse lot?
Determining the best Cary Ewles’ best comedy … inconceivable! That’s why we’re leaving it up to you, dear readers. Let’s settle this right here, right now.
There were many famous guest stars to show up on Law & Order, but maybe the most iconic (at least in New York City) were former mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg who starred as, you guessed it, NYC mayors!
THE RETURNED zombies are unlike any other group of undead people – they’re French and fashionable. Peter Jackson’s zombies in “Dead Alive” are not quite as disciplined (or attractive), but they are from New Zealand. Who will win this showdown?