The best of the silver screen

This category covers everything related to moving pictures, including genres and the movies that define them, famous trilogies or series, and basically anything film-related. We’ll throw some TV shows in here too for good measure. They are arranged in no particular order.


Zombie Movies

One of the more consistent genres of film. You know what you’re getting with these

Original Star Wars Trilogy

OG Star Wars Trilogy

A nostalgic trilogy that launched a media empire and the term “fan boy”

Icon of a Clone Trooper from the Star Wars prequel trilogy

Star Wars Prequel Trilogy

The prequel trilogy that had more blue screen and Jar Jar Binks than anticipated

Harley Quinn

DC Extended Universe

DC’s brooding and hit-or-miss answer to the incredibly ambitious Marvel universe

Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel Cinematic Universe

Cookie cutter to start, but most ambitious franchise in history by the end

Davey Jones from Pirates of the Caribbean

Pirates of the Caribbean Movie Franchise

The swashbuckling series packed with star talent and epic world building

Icon of Pierce Brosnan as James Bond

James Bond Movies

“Shaken, not stirred”, Bond girls, iconic British cars, and tons of gadgets

Icon of ET

90s Kids Adventure Movies

Like E.T. or the Goonies, these movies capture the fun and adventure of being a kid

Icon of the Creature from the Black Lagoon 1954 movie

Monster B Movies

Low budget films known for their terrible special effects and campy villains

Icon of Bane from The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Trilogy

The trilogy that spawned a new era of grittier, more realistic comic book movies

Icon of Gimli from the Lord of the Rings trilogy

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

A brilliant take on a classic story, doubling as an epic commercial for New Zealand

Icon of Bombur from The Hobbit movies

The Hobbit Trilogy

A prequel sequel that got a little carried away with CGI and runtime

Icon of Tom Hanks in Saving Private Ryan

Gritty War Movies

Realistic, intense, de-saturated war movies, usually depicting World War II

Icon of a Spinner from the movie Blade Runner with neon signs in the background

Cyberpunk Movies

Movies known for their postapocalyptic settings, lots of neon, and sci-fi elements