If Crossfade were a superstar DJ, we wouldn't perform a single show without four cases of cherry vanilla cola, two bottles of Black Label whisky, a picture of our mom, a pink umbrella, and a drumming monkey. That's not even too bad. Just take a look at the ridiculous requests from some of your fav ... More >>
Record fairs are like hypercompetitive, cut-throat, life-or-death archaeological digs. But instead of some swarthy scientist digging up the missing link between man and ape or some rugged Indiana Jones type discovering lost civilizations, you've got über-nerds frothing at the mouth, damn near re ... More >>
Knight RiderSay what you will about '80s TV shows -- the one-dimensional characters and ludicrous plot devices -- but they just don't make theme songs like they used to. If you were alive and watching television in the '80s, then you've most likely got the intro music to classic shows like Knight ... More >>
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Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south.
The Mummy franchise has seen better days.
A rare traveling show gives life to the finds of a man who might have been the inspiration for Indiana Jones.
Its very own temple of doom, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull digs Indy into a deep hole.
The season of big-budget bangs uses its brain.
The Heat keeps finding ways to lose.
Sequels, prequels, and threequels headline Hollywood 2007
The year's most shameless B movie delivers exactly what it promises
Harrison Ford runs smack into a Firewall, poor guy
The new Castlevania is the last nail in the franchise's coffin
Serenity spins a classic tale way out West
Sky Captain zooms back to a tomorrow that never was
Like America's current leaders, Viggo and Hidalgo try to "enlighten" the Arabs with Western justice
Aiming for a familiar audience, the films of summer hope for more hits than misses
Sci-fi conventions are where movie stars go to burn brightly one more time