TIME selects the best films starring mediums, psychics and children (always the children!) able to communicate with the dead.
Many Americans can’t be bothered to watch foreign films. The subtitles, you know. Luckily, Hollywood is always ready to jump in with an unnecessary remake. TIME picks the best of the bunch.
Money Never Sleeps, Risk Addiction—it’s often what comes after the colon that ruins a name.
TIME looks at films that revel in over-the-top mayhem. (Warning: The following trailers and summaries deal with sometimes disturbing violence.)
George Lucas isn’t the only filmmaker guilty of giving audiences alternate versions of his movies. TIME takes a look at other cinematic reintroductions.
Movies have constantly taught us that animals want nothing more than to hurt, devour and take us down. TIME takes a look at cinema’s most memorable angry creature flicks.
From a three-way gunfight to a limbless sword duel, TIME takes a look at some of the greatest movie battles ever.
Too many movies make it a point to explain every single plot point. But there’s a certain pleasure to be found in confusion. TIME looks at the best cinematic mind benders.
Take note of these 10 films to see you through until the next World Cup tournament begins in 2014.
In honor of Disney’s classic’s anniversary, TIME takes a look back at the top 10 saddest kids’ movies ever made.
There’s the hero and then there’s the less heralded but equally awesome friend. TIME takes a look at some of cinema’s best wingmen.
Why won’t these film franchises just go away already?
TIME takes a look at some of the absolutely terrible films that have been cynically pitched at female audiences.