Smash Mouth in Rat Race, Madonna in Vision Quest, and more!
Why not bring back Vigo the Carpathian, Temple of Doom's heart-ripping Mola Ram, or Poltergeist II's creepy old preacher?
A gruesome slideshow to drive the final nail into our Best of TV week's coffin.
We all love "Dick in a Box" and "Laser Cats," but what about "Harpoon Man" and "Business Meeting"?
You're probably wondering where Ghost Train falls. Read on.
"Google needs us; Google wants us."
Coach Taylor, Tyrion Lannister, Ron Swanson, and more.
It's a lot.
Hint: one of the things is family.
As well as a bunch of other superlatives honoring Ryan Gosling, Robert Redford, and more.
Including the Tara Reid vehicle Sharknado.
Where do Christmas Vacation, Home Alone 3, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III fall on this ignominious scale?
Yacht rock, Euro-disco and fusion are back, baby.
Mitch Hurwitz tells all: Who decided Carl Weathers should be cheap? Why the Blue Man Group? And has anyone ever eaten a mayonegg?
Step 1: Start with an anti-hero.
For the finale's fifteenth anniversary, everything from ball boy to used-record salesman to cock fighter.
We ranked and GIFed them. What'll be No. 1?
Will You Be Mine (Coal Mine), funny songs?
These are the next Aziz Ansaris, Kristen Schaals, and Bobby Moynihans: stand-ups and performers destined to pop up in prime time soon.
It begins April 17. Get your tickets now!
Calling these movies "spoofs" might be a stretch — they're more like reference factories.
Thwarting apocalypse in exotic locales has become the specialty of Sterling Archer. Here's where he and ISIS have been over 48 episodes.
"Have a drink. It'll make me look younger," and many, many more.
Because there's not really a Pandora station for this.
Selectric typewriters, train schedules, the phrase "I am so over you," and more smug busting of Matthew Weiner.