The Movie That Taught A Generation Of Misfits To Let Their Freak Flags Fly
The 2003 movie musical Camp showed theater geeks how to own their outcast status. Director and writer Todd Graff, the cast, and Stephen Sondheim tell BuzzFeed News how the film no one wanted to make turned into a queer cult classic.
How "Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead” Went From D.O.A. To Beloved Cult Classic
Nearly 25 years after its unceremonious release, the stars and the creative minds behind the dark comedy talk to BuzzFeed News about hating the title, the stars who backed out (like Jennifer Love Hewitt), the franchise that almost was, and the loss of one of their own.
Eugene Levy And Catherine O'Hara Look Back On Their 40-Year Friendship
After meeting as up-and-coming comedians in the early '70s, Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara brought their signature brand of humor to Hollywood and — over the next 40 years — became a beloved on-screen duo. They look back on four decades of friendship, collaboration, and kissing.
The Crazy Story Of How "Clue" Went From Forgotten Flop To Cult Triumph
That a high-concept, fast-talking farce based on a board game was a box office bomb in 1985 is no huge mystery. But figuring out how it became an enduring favorite is a Hollywood whodunit for the ages. (The prime suspect: you, in the living room, with the remote control.) UPDATED in Dec. 2015 after a recent interview with Tim Curry.