25 Years Ago: Weezer Draw From Opera to Make Classic ‘Pinkerton’
Rivers Cuomo funneled loneliness and self-disgust into follow-up to 1994's Blue Album.
Why ‘The Bionic Woman’ Outshines ‘The Six Million Dollar Man’
The spin-off premiered on Jan. 14, 1976, and soon eclipsed its predecessor.
Why ‘Thunderball’ Was a Thorn in James Bond’s Side for 40 Years
The 007 film involved many people – and multiple lawsuits.
50 Years Ago: The Rolling Stones’ ‘Gimme Shelter’ Chronicles an Era’s End
Panned upon release, the misunderstood documentary takes an objective and clear-eyed perspective of the Rolling Stones' tragic Altamont concert.
55 Years Ago: ‘Thunderball’ Takes James Bond Fun to New Heights
Jetpacks, shark tanks and underwater battles were just some of the film's most memorable ingredients.
How ‘Unbreakable’ Helped Build the Modern Superhero Movie
M. Night Shyamalan's 'Sixth Sense' follow-up forged something new, something that took its comic book roots seriously.
How ‘Skyfall’ Became One of the Best James Bond Movies Ever
Film brought together the best elements of the franchise's past and future.
5 Years Ago: ‘Spectre’ Revives James Bond’s Most Iconic Villain
The fourth 007 film with Daniel Craig tied to classic '60s movies but failed in its execution.
50 Years Ago: ‘The Partridge Family’ Blends Music and Family
Sitcom based on the Cowsills ran for four years on ABC.
How Queens of the Stone Age Almost Left ‘Little Sister’ Behind
Track left over from 'Songs for the Deaf' session helped give them new life after turmoil.