1-colossal080911.jpg Amazing Colossal Man: In case you're watching this film without knowing what it's called, somehow, this shot is a helpful reminder. 2-jetsons081011.jpg The Jetsons: See, in the future, we won't have to read actual newspapers. We'll just read the TV. 3-daughter081011.jpg Frankenstein's Daughter: The drug in this film has side effects that include becoming Frankenstein. How they slip that warning past consumers in commercials is beyond us. 4-first-man081011.jpg First Man into Space: This is a 1959 horror movie about monster-making space dust. This was before we spent a bunch of time in space and discovered it was remarkably boring, for the most part. 5-zone081011.jpg Twilight Zone: Time Enough at Last: It makes sense that the lone remaining representative of humans is an insufferable jerk. SpaceMonster081011.jpg Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster: We can't help but imagine Frankenstein going aggro on the paparazzi that must follow him around, writing newspaper headlines. 7-quartermass081011.jpg The Quartermass Xperiment: In the early '50s, there was a lot of horror oriented around astronauts turning into monsters. Although, this was less scary to audiences than films about astronauts turning into communists. 8-devils081011.jpg Devils of Darkness: We can't help but wonder if any low-budget horror filmmakers ... 9-darkness081011.jpg Devils of Darkness: ... ever considered just telling the entire movie through spinning newspapers. 10-mars081011.jpg Mars Needs Women: This is probably the least effective tourism slogan of all time. 11-boa081011.jpg Boa vs. Python: Sadly, this headline did not lead to a giant python jumping out of someone's toilet. Cthulhu081011.jpg Call of Cthulu Do not open up weird portals on creepy islands. This should be taught in public schools, it's so important. 13-teenagers081011.jpg Teenagers from Outer Space: Why is it that bad movies always seem to tell part of the story with newspapers? Oh, right, they have no budget. 14-prisoner081011.jpg The Prisoner: Subheadline, "Sick of being Treated like No. 2" Martians0810112.jpg Santa Claus Conquers the Martians: "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. Unfortunately, that's the good news." 16-Potter081011.jpg Harry Potter: Since the Prophet's news headlines magically changed, why did they need to print two editions per day? 17-Beetlejuice081011.jpg Beetlejuice: If you get eaten by sandworms and you are already dead, what exactly happens? 18-Spidey081011.jpg Spider-Man 2: The Bugle really liked to call Spidey evil. Then again, according to the corner headline, it also calls people with back pain stupid. 19-Superman-3081011.jpg Superman 3: All the puns and exclamation points in the universe couldn't make this film funny. 20-Superman081011.jpg Superman: The Movie Do the citizens of Metropolis say, "Look, up in the sky! It's a bird!" every time a bird flies by? 21-killers081011.jpg Killers from Space: Who cares about yesterday's news? Killers are attacking! From space! This newspaper needs more investigative journalists. 22-justice081011.jpg Justice League: The writer and copy editor probably got into a huge spelling argument over this headline. 23-Futurama081011.jpg Futurama: This is pretty low-tech news for 1,000 years from now. Can't they just watch it on TV, like the futuristic Jetsons? 24-supernova081011.jpg Futurama: This is pretty low-tech news for 1,000 years from now. Can't they just watch it on TV, like the futuristic Jetsons?