The best movies are never what you think they are. You sit down expecting one thing, and then you get that, and so much more. One of the threads most commonly hidden in films, especially genre films, is a real romance. So in honor of Valentine’s Day, here are eight science fiction movies that are secretly romances.
Nitric oxide may be better known for turbo-charging snails, but rather than boosting aggressive behavior, this brain chemical deals crickets a healthy dose of fear, telling them when to throw the towel in and flee a fight.
Fight Club opened in theaters 15 years ago. I was an impressionable teenager at that moment and it blew me away. Fincher's work is spotless—cinematographically speaking. But, as Honest Trailers say, there is a very basic flaw in its plot. Or perhaps this is not a flaw but its biggest strength, as Jesus [Diaz] says.
Fight Club is a work of fiction by Chuck Palahniuk, a famous author who once described his life as "very blue-collar." Fight Club is also a (fantastic) movie, directed by David Fincher, that hit theaters exactly 15 years ago today. Watch it again tonight, but with an extra little piece of knowledge: Fight Club is not…
As we all get excited about the new second part of Fight Club coming out in 2015, let's take a look back at some fun facts that you probably didn't know about the movie. Like how Brad Pitt's outfits were even crazier than you thought and how perfect the blood dripping needed to be.
Chuck Palahniuk is writing the second part of Fight Club. It won't be a new film (yet?)—Dark Horse is publishing this new story in a 10-issue maxiseries illustrated by Cameron Stewart, starting in 2015.
The revelation at the end of Fight Club that Tyler Durden was merely a figment of the narrator's imagination blew more minds than that self-inflicted gunshot wound. But what if you could watch the movie without Brad Pitt's character being there at all?
A lot of writers like to see readers react to their work—it's gratifying. But as Tweetage Wasteland's Dave Pell explains, sometimes what happens on the Internet needs to stay on the Internet.
The Silicon Valley Fight Club has been around for quite a while now, but this documentary shows the grown up nerds actually fighting. They smash keyboards on each other, use vacuums in fights, anything really. It sounds like a joke, I know, but watch the documentary, this club really exists and means a lot to these…
If you picked up the new Fight Club Blu-ray edition, don't panic when you see the menu screen. Edward Norton HAS NOT been replaced with a Drew Barrymore character that makes out with her alter ego to vent sexual frustration.