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10 Movies That Make Hitting Rock Bottom Look Like Fun

Maron hits rock bottom tonight at 9P on IFC.

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10 Most Frightening Mothers in Movies

Catch IFC’s “Tough Guys That Love Their Mother Marathon” on Sun, May 10 at 5:30p, featuring Predator, Rambo and Pulp Fiction.


Here’s All the Ways Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Are Connected

Catch a Tarantino Movie Marathon starting Saturday 11a on IFC.


5 Tarantino Sequels We Really Want to See

Catch Kill Bill on Sun, Sept. 14 8p – part of IFC and Alamo Drafthouse presents “Play the Hits” month.

KILL BILL: VOLUME 2, David Carradine, Uma Thurman, 2004. (c)Miramax. Courtesy: Everett Collection.

10 Revenge Movies You Seriously Need to Watch

Sometimes, all you want out of a movie is to see someone you like hunting down and kicking the living hell out of some bastard who’s got it coming.


Quentin Tarantino’s 10 Most Genius Musical Moments

Music is such an integral part of the world of Quentin Tarantino, it’s difficult to think about your favorite scenes from one of his films without hearing a ’70s soul classic or a track from some obscure spaghetti Western score.


What to watch this week on IFC: May 29 – June 3

Whatcha whatcha gonna watch?


The 10 toughest women movie characters

We’re just a few months into 2012, but it’s already shaping up to be the return of female protagonists handing out swift justice to the forces of evil. In January we saw Kate Beckinsale kicks some serious ass as “Underworld: Awakening” opened to wide release and Michael Fassbender, secure in his manliness, admitted that fighting […]


What to Watch on IFC: March 19 – 25

Tarantino’s “Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2” on Saturday starting at 8/7c. Do you need to know anything else?


Five classic chick (action) flicks

The term “chick flick” calls certain images to mind: moonlit kisses in the rain; awkward yet adorable first meetings between lovers; Katherine Heigl. If you’re calling something a “chick flick,” odds are you’re doing it dismissively, as in “My wife is dragging me to that new chick flick.” (NOTE: No one tell my wife I […]