Ryan Stewart has been writing a column for us called Cinema of the Caribbean for almost six months now. I always wondered why nobody seemed to question the title of the feature, in which Ryan never, ever actually discusses Caribbean cinema. Now, for some reason, this week's installment has our readers suddenly storming the gates of Cinematical Headquarters, demanding answers. Here's the story:

When Ryan first started writing for us, he said he wanted to do a weekly column in which he made a case for films from outside "the canon" that he considered classic. I said, "Great! Come up with a name for the column." He said, "What about New Classics?" I rejected that title, because a) it implied that he would be talking about contemporary films, and most of the time, he's not, and b) it's the term TNT uses to talk about movies like Runaway Bride. So, I said, "No, not New Classics. Come up with something else." We bickered about it for awhile, and finally he was like, "Okay, I've got a name, but I'm not going to tell you what it is." When I saw the first piece titled "Cinema of the Caribbean", I wasn't quite sure where he was going with it, but I figured that since I'm not always the sharpest tool in the sharp tool pile, it was probably just me. Then we started getting emails from Caribbean film organizations.

Honestly, I'm surprised our general readers haven't spoken out until now. What would you name Ryan's column?