Soundtrack Sunday highlights particular film soundtracks for your listening pleasure.
1999's psychological horror film Ravenous was a terribly underrated and unique take on the genre. Its post-Civil War setting and use of Native American wendigo lore are territories that haven't been pillaged by Hollywood yet and
Seven minutes and eight seconds. That’s how long it takes for Alec Baldwin’s character, “Blake,” to deliver his oft-quoted, career defining monologue in 1992’s Glengarry Glen Ross, a film adaptation of David Mamet’s two act stage play.
There Will Be Blood is very loosely based on the Upton Sinclair novel OIL!, in fact, if Paul Thomas Anderson wasn't such a swell guy, he probably could have gotten away with not citing the novel at all. That being said, the novel's version of
GODZILLA returns to theaters today, and in honor of the King of the Monsters and his penchant for wrecking everything around him, we've compiled a list of our favorite movie scenes of mass destruction.