Gorgo has never been one to receive the credit it deserves.
On Approval's humor comes mostly in the form of dry exchanges between the two ladies and two gentlemen, in the best manner of British comedy.
Magical Mystery Tour is not a great film by any means, but the staying power of the music itself overcomes the sheer banality of the story and dialog.
Fans yearning for a nostalgia fix will probably enjoy this competently crafted movie.
Deadly Spawn acts as an entry gate into the realm of no-budget horror, a genre where even the hilariously campy Critters is considered too grandiose for inclusion.
Aside from questionable edits and dubious camera angles, King of the Monsters is more ingenious than most give it credit for.
As a kid, you view Godzilla as a monster movie. As an adult, you view Gojira as art.
For all of the kooky, enjoyable science, Crack in the World is never afforded an energetic spark,
The animatronic prop is no less convincing here than it was in the original, even if the antics begin stretching the plausibility about a talking, loveable robot.
... it fails so miserably it's fascinating that anyone thought they could just toss anything on screen and sell it.
Crater Lake sits in that late '70s genre of, “don't go near the water,” which for some reason seemed awfully prominent back then
It's the guts and bravery that brought old Hollywood to life, captured here with almost no regard for personal safety.