From Italian neorealist classics to recent Oscar contenders, the best movies now streaming on Max (formerly HBO Max) run the gamut.
The Muppets have squared off against everyone from Johnny Cash to Celine Dion.
The 1997 sci-fi film was a solid hit with audiences, but the POTUS had a problem with how he was portrayed in the movie.
Disney’s 'Frozen' might have come out in 2013, but it’s still a hit with kids (and Disney adults) to this day.
The controversial sci-fi horror film wasn’t a hit with critics or fans in 1982, but “Halloween III: Season of the Witch” has morphed into a cult classic over the years.
The last half-century or so has given us some of the best musical movies of all time.
The movie, which hit theaters September 19, 2003, was a surprise hit: It was made for $22 million but grossed nearly $96 million, kicking off a film franchise that brought in nearly $550 million. Here’s what you should know.
Feel like getting good and scared? Check out some of the best horror movies streaming on Hulu this month.
Director John Landis wrote the script for ‘An American Werewolf in London’ when he was just a teenager—but for years, no one wanted to make the movie.
The 'splatstick' horror classic was shot inside of a junior high school and owes its very existence to Stephen King.
Alex Proyas's 'The Crow' was marred by tragedy when its star, Brandon Lee, was killed in an on-set accident just days before filming wrapped.
The iconoclastic director behind ‘Mulholland Drive,’ ‘Twin Peaks,’ and more cult classics once drew a comic strip about a furious dog and dislikes large furniture.
Director-screenwriter Frank Darabont wanted to bring Stephen King’s ‘The Mist’ to the big screen for years.
The movie was released on September 22, 1995 to barely any fanfare—but somehow, years later, fans discovered it and have helped keep its memory alive.
“[Television] won’t be able to hold onto any market it captures after the first six months. People will soon get tired of staring at a plywood box every night.”
The decade of excess was all about blockbusters like 'Top Gun' and franchises like 'Star Wars' and 'Indiana Jones.' Which sounds familiar.