A bit slasher, a bit sci-fi, The Kindred is kitschy creature feature filmmaking with an early lesson in genetic engineering.
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Ahead of its time, Canadian Bacon's fired up satire spreads itself thin, but doesn't miss any potential targets on the the way.
Hollywood producer Don Murphy's first and only effort as director, Monday Morning is a strange mishmash of violent sensationalism and a weirdly naive perspective on clashing high school kids.
The Arrowverse spin-off Legends of Tomorrow ends its seven-year run with a few changes in cast but delivers hearty laughs in a satisfying swan song.
A thoughtful and intelligent Biblical epic movingly captures early Christianity through the eyes of a former criminal seeking redemption, Barabbas.
A shy teen goes on a wondrous fantasy adventure in the visually creative and haunting anime masterpiece Children Who Chase Lost Voices.
Fortune Favors Lady Nikuko is a cute, poignant story with endearing characters that marches to its own beat.
An incredibly slick Jeff Bridges performance and a ravishing Michelle Pfeiffer light up the screen in this bittersweet conflict, The Fabulous Baker Boys
Ants meanders around a posh hotel, barely offering any excitement during its soapy TV drama.
Oliver Stone powerfully lays out the case against the Warren Commission's primary narrative in this astounding examination of JFK's assassination, JFK Revisited.
Anime Ode To Hollywood Lovable characters and effervescent storytelling make for anime greatness in Pompo the Cinephile. Almost uniquely made for film lovers of all ages, it’s a delightful …
A stellar retelling of a universally applicable disaster, A Night to Remember ranks among the best true story adaptations ever made.