Forty year old Guy Trilby must win a spelling bee. That's Bad Words. Really. That's all of it.
Canadian actor Michael Koch plays the songwriting genius in a portrayal that captures the singer's struggles with alcohol and other personal demons.
The movie simply requires a willing suspension of disbelief that makes it a more pedestrian science fiction film than it aspires to be.
Guiron's stumbling kaiju fare is decisive in settling this 1969 feature into a pit of schlock fantasy where it struggles to keep even the youngest invested.
SOS is enough of a cinematic, special effects driven ruckus to earn its place.
Jon Brewer directs this affectionate documentary on the life and career of Blues legend B.B. King, impeccably narrated by Morgan Freeman
All Cheerleaders Die will not change your life but its satirical edge and fun energy makes it a must-see for horror watchers.
The vibrant world of The Grand Budapest Hotel has been thoughtfully built with careful consideration for every element.
Toho's all-out spectacle is satisfying, a rare example of a character's marketable dying moments not succumbing to fan betrayal or egregiously built-in marketing
Dr. Phibes Rises Again has its moments and some of the cooler motifs from the first film are used once again.
Space Godzilla's work is for naught. It's not even fun.
Operation Petticoat is a delightful comedy starring Cary Grant and Tony Curtis.