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Juggalos, Team Breezy, Little Monsters: What's in a name? From Trekkies to Twihards, Vulture lists a few standard conventions to follow or flout when it comes time to give your fandom an official name.
Found footage movies can be so good.... or SO BAD. Upon the release of "Paranormal Activity 4," Film.com ranks the Top 5 and Bottom 5 of the subgenre. Did they get it right?
This could very well be the best cult horror comedy about an evil, foul-mouthed, blade-wielding turkey this year. Moviefone stares in awe at the trailer for "ThanksKilling 3" (you didn't miss "2," as it never existed) and sits down to a table of other ridiculous horror movies.
Okay, yeah, they probably could've done better than "Don't Ever Cross Alex Cross." The Playlist targets movie marketing teams with a list of the ten worst poster taglines of all time, from "Slow Justice is No Justice" ("Faster") to "Hombre means man ... Paul Newman is Hombre!" ("Hombre").
Speaking of Alex Cross, how well do you know your trench-coat-wearing, magnifying-glass-toting sleuths? Follow the clues and get on the case with BuzzSugar's Name That Movie: Detective Edition.
We're intrigued by any film that has review pull quotes containing the words "brittle" and "flaky." "Starlet" explores the unlikely friendship between 21-year-old Jane (Dree Hemingway), and 85-year-old Sadie (Besedka Johnson), two women whose worlds collide in California's San Fernando Valley.