There’s no denying that Quentin Tarantino has made some great movies, though a consensus on which ones are great may be difficult to reach. The director’s work is nothing if not polarizing, featuring the kind of over-the-top violence and dialogue that might make other directors blanch — and those complicated feelings certainly extend to the man himself. To celebrate the opening of the director’s latest film, Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood, the Polygon staff banded together to rank his work. The variety in the nine submitted lists is proof that Tarantino is impossible to nail down — every film made it into at least somebody’s top three, and the resulting ranking, from worst to best, reflects that breadth of opinion, and of love. [Ed. note: The following list contains spoilers for each film therein.] 10. Death Proof Death Proof follows two groups of women trying to have a good time, and the awful man who gets off on killing them. It was released as … [Read more...] about The best and worst Quentin Tarantino movies, ranked
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We all know that there’s a big difference between the movies that win awards every year and those that find success at the box office. Don’t get us wrong, the films that everyone are proclaiming ‘the best of 2018’ right now are well worth watching, but they’re already getting a lot of love - what about the flicks we enjoyed that won’t make it onto any best of 2018 lists? Maybe they’re guilty pleasures full of laughter but little else, or perhaps they just weren’t that well-known. Whatever the reason, we’ve listed the movies we loved the most this year below and we want you to do the same. Read on to find out which films brought us the most joy this year and offer your own most loved movie of 2018 in the comment section below. Tag It could have been the couple of glasses of wine I had after a long day, but I can’t remember the last time as laugh as much as I did when I watched Tag. I remember being intrigued by the … [Read more...] about What movies did you love the most this year?
Horror movies ride the trends. Some years are swamped with slasher flicks. Sometimes we get zombie apocalypse after zombie apocalypse. Other years are all about shaky-cam ghosts. For our money, the best horror comes from years in which there is no prevailing sub-genre. Rather than trying to cash in on the zeitgeist, it’s just people making the spooky stories they most want to see. So far, 2018 has been one of those years, and with a wide variety of creators comes a wide variety of thrills. We’ve seen high-quality horror in a huge number of sub-genres. Splatterfest or arthouse? Sci-fi or period piece? No matter what you’re in the mood for, 2018 has an offering for you. Here are all the movies so far that smacked us upside the head with their terror or lingered in our brains long after the screen went dark. And, do not fear: We’ll update again before the end of the year. If you’re looking for more recommendations, check out our list of the best movies of … [Read more...] about The best horror movies of 2018, so far
October is here, and Amazon Prime Video has a whole slew of brand new content for you to binge, from movies to TV series to original content. There is a long list of new stuff being added, but we have a few suggestions for you to check out. Here's what you have to look forward to in the upcoming month.Because Halloween is right around the corner, you're probably looking for a few scares, and Amazon Prime has you covered. Coming on October 1 is Clive Barker's Nightbreed. Craig Sheffer plays Aaron Boone, a rebel who is drawn to a place called Midian, where deformed monsters live. Boone becomes one of the monsters himself, and a serial killer tries to make Boone a scapegoat. It is Barker's most underrated film as a director or writer. Additionally, the Jim Carrey horror/thriller The Number 23 hits the service, and while it is not a good movie by any means, it is an entertaining movie to watch.As far as Prime Originals go, The Man in the High Castle returns for Season 3 on October 5 and … [Read more...] about Amazon Prime Video: New TV Shows And Movies Coming October 2018 (US)
There is perhaps no bigger comic book-inspired cinematic enigma than Sony's "Venom" movie, which will arrive in theaters this October.After a seemingly pointless teaser trailer release in February that had plenty of star Tom Hardy, but absolutely no Venom, the grumbling began as to whether Sony, which needed Marvel Studios to save Spider-Man on film, could be trusted to spin-off a new Marvel movie franchise by itself.That first teaser likely served as a gentle reminder to the comic book movie faithful that yes, this movie is actually being made. For the first full trailer, which debuted in late April, Sony was going to have to bring it with a Venom money shot.And it delivered.It took until the final moments of the trailer, but there was Hardy, rising from the ground, in black, symbiotic ooze with creepy all-white eyes, instantly going from prey to predator.There he is. Venom. One of Spider-Man's most popular villains, brought to life by the '90s comic book artwork of artists such as … [Read more...] about Now that we’ve seen Tom Hardy’s Venom, do we want to see the movie more or less?