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The cult slasher House on Sorority Row has only grown in esteem and popularity since its 1983 debut.
A wonderful, patient children's adventure, Flight of the Navigator is steeped in NASA's shuttle era popularity and a bit of Cold War paranoia.
While not one for depth, Oh, God! You Devil is an easy, comedic watch that makes full use of George Burns.
A comfortable retread, Oh, God! Book II lacks the creative vision of a higher power from the first movie and feels more like something from movie day at a …
One of the most memorable finishes from '80s horror turns the average genre flick One Dark Night into something special.
While clumsy and lacking the original story's bite, Something Wicked This Way Comes still maintains the core themes.
Gentle and delightful, Oh, God! is easy viewing with soft comedy provided by an enjoyable John Denver, with the assist by George Burns.
A young Sean Astin outshines the veteran cast in this ridiculous but fun action thriller from the early 1990s, Toy Soldiers.
A classic of American cinema, George Stevens' A Place in the Sun remains one of the silver screen's most tragic romances.
An imaginative peek inside the vividly animated dreams of a young girl struggling with a new step-sister, Dreambuilders is sweetly enjoyable for the European family film's intended audience.
The memorably unique Brotherhood of the Wolf smoothly marries the artistry of Hong Kong action flicks with the trappings of a period costume drama.