From silent vampires to animated murders to sharks that won’t die, TIME chronicles the best from more than a century’s worth of big-screen scares
As Banned Books Week begins, TIME looks at 10 works considered too sexy, profane or anti-religious by school systems across the U.S.
“I apologize. I know I left some of your favorite shows off this list. How do I know that? Because I left some of my favorite shows off this list. The happy and unfortunate fact is that there are far more than 100 great shows, …
Movies robots aren’t just mindless automatons. They can often be metal marvels with their own charismatic personalities. TIME looks at cinema’s long tradition of smart silver screen machines.
Every movie fan loves a bad guy (or gal). TIME’s Richard Corliss picks cinema’s best.
From medieval and gothic romances to recent classics, the politics of love transcend time.
From a sheik’s son to a gay cowboy, these films get a heartfelt nod from TIME’s Richard Corliss.
On Valentine’s Day or any day, play these songs for that special someone and your feelings will be passionately clear.
The album may be dead, but it’s certainly not forgotten. TIME’s critics have chosen the 100 greatest and most influential musical compilations since 1954.
Critics Lev Grossman and Richard Lacayo pick the 100 best English-language novels published since 1923—the beginning of TIME.
TIME’s Richard Corliss updates our All-TIME 100 list of the greatest films made since 1923 — the beginning of TIME — with 20 new entries