We welcome the New Year by learning why you don't let your kid pick their own babysitter and something about ghosts.
Shine up your saddle shoes and confront your growing feelings about your brother-in-law as we watch Park Chan-Wook's debut film in the States.
What problem can't salt solve? Apparently every problem in this movie.
We take a look at a movie where everyone can only express themselves through song. Also something about a barber, murders, and pie, but mostly the singing thing.
The Ghost of Verne Gagne took corporeal form long enough to request this week's movie. Get ready for even more incorrectly identifying characters than ever before and it's mostly not our fault for once.
Put on some headphones for this one, you sure don't want to have anyone overhear what happens in this movie. Unless you really need to be kicked out of CVS forever.
We pay tribute to Sid Haig this week with one of his first movie roles, as a bald weird guy. We know, it's hard to believe.
We celebrate Father's Day in the only way that seemed right, coincidentally watching a made for TV movie from Japan in 1967 that features the word Son in the title.
In what might be a surprise to nobody, this is a slasher movie that takes place at a summer camp. Don't worry, it has it where it counts.