My name is Chaz. A former co-worker (Dave) always misheard my name as "Chad." Complicating matters was a third co-worker, who was in fact named Chad. So Dave habitually called me the "other Chad."
Based on the real-life "strip search" fast food prank call case from 2004, this is a must-see film.
Sort of like Wrong Turn meets Godzilla, this horror throwback is a lot of fun.
Starring two non-acting musicians, James Taylor and Dennis Wilson, this thoughtful street-racing drama rewards patient viewing.
Jennifer Lawrence fans will want to see this, but there are better horror options out there.
A ton of new bonus material makes this much more interesting than the average catalog reissue.
The veteran "heavy mellow" composer has re-recorded his most famous album, reinterpreting it as a solo piano piece.
Largely overlooked in theaters, now is the time to see one of the year's best films.
The Emmy Award-winning series continues with the search for relics from the Vaults of Iacon.
An occasionally poignant, but ultimately unfocused, high school reunion drama starring Channing Tatum.
A few inspired gore scenes can't redeem this cruddy low-budget horror flick.