If you like your serial killer movies creepy, thrilling and creepy once again, then Kiss the Girls is your kind of flick. This bestselling James Patterson novel features strong performances and twists from beginning to end. Pay attention and follow the clues to see if you can identify the killer known as Casanova before it’s too late.
- Rob K.
Since the rainy, chilly fall weather is finally upon us, what better time than now to cuddle up on the sofa in comfy pajamas with hot cocoa and tune into a classic. Sabrina is the absolute perfect classic film for a cozy night in. “The rain is very important, because that is when Paris smells its sweetest.” It is romantic tale with a Cinderella-esk air. Watch as Humphrey Bogart and William Holden make attempts to woo the lovely Audrey Hepburn after the "city of lights" transforms her into a Parisian princess. Which bachelor will be lucky enough to win her over? You will have to watch to find out.
- Kaitlin F.
I know this has been recommended before but if you haven’t seen or revisited this iconic film you really owe it to yourself to check it out. It’s one of those rare movies that fires on all cylinders from direction to script to cinematography to music (both score and soundtrack) to casting and every acting performance – even the tiniest of roles – you would be hard pressed to find a more perfectly put together film that’s chock full of thrills and laughter.
- Mike R.
Imagine if Penelope and Stefon from Saturday Night Live were twins? Now imagine them growing apart, getting depressed and attempting suicide. Not where you thought that was going huh? Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader star in this dark comedy about estranged twins, Maggie and Milo. The two hit rock bottom, but there they find one other (remember this is a comedy after all). They reconnect and try to deal with their shit together, highlighting the impressive comedic timing and amazing chemistry between Wiig and Hader. If you're fans of either of the SNL stars, watch this movie. And if not, still watch this movie!
- Steven K.
Get amped for Spectre by watching the Bond classic, Live and Let Die. A rousing opening theme performed by Paul McCartney & Wings is the perfect introduction for Roger Moore’s debut as the suave and sophisticated superspy. Rather than imitate his predecessors, Moore puts the emphasis on humor and charm, making him one of the most affable Bonds in the series. The film has all the trademarks of the franchise; stunning locations (New Orleans, the Caribbean), attractive women (Solitaire played by Jane Seymour), and ominous baddies Kananga (Yaphet Kotto) and Baron Samedi (Geoffrey Holder); to satisfy all Bond fans.
- Matt S.
Let's just say there's a zombie epidemic and our world as we know it is in jeopardy. Let's just say the apocalypse was going down by the end of this week, at the latest. Let's just say that you get to pick one person to save our world so we can remain a species for the indefinite future (or at least until the sequel…). I can't speak for anyone but myself, but I would certainly pick Brad Pitt. He's got the brains. He's got the braun. And he's certainly the last person you'd expect lay down and surrender during a zombie apocalypse. It's called World War Z and it's definitely worth the watch.
- Graham W.
“Mankind was born on earth… it was never meant to die here.” Matthew McConaughey stars as Joe Cooper, a former NASA pilot tasked with finding a new home for all of earths inhabitants. Just imagine being tasked with going through a wormhole that leads to a distant galaxy 10 billion lightyears from Earth. Unfortunately, Cooper has no choice because it’s up to him and a team of researchers to determine which planets can sustain human life. When it comes to space and the unknown you can bet it’s going to be a rocky ride. So strap on your seatbelt and get ready for lift off because we’re traveling places no human has gone to before.
- Derek S.
Halloween may be over, but now is the perfect time for an autumnal hike through the beautiful woods of Maryland. Take a break and travel far from civilization, far away from it all…where no one can hear you SCREAM! In 1994 three aspiring filmmakers set out to document the legend of the Blair Witch, and WERE NEVR SEEN AGAIN! Relive all the terror and fear from the first time you watched this classic horror film way back in 1999! Made on the teeniest of independent budgets ($25,000!), The Blair Witch Project went on to become one of the highest grossing films of the decade.
- Victoria L.