Meir Zarchi's shocking I Spit on Your Grave has an undeniable power despite its reprehensible rape elements and graphic brutality against women.
Category: Blu-ray Reviews
While inconsistent and Eddie Murphy struggles to hold things together, The Golden Child's high points happen consistently enough.
The dueling action stars face off some 20 years (or more) too late, and Iron Mask never settles on where it goes when they're not around.
Another Saturday morning delight with silly musical fun, Josie and the Pussycats comes from Hanna-Barbera's peak in the late '60s and early '70s.
A human jellyfish hybrid is a unique idea stuck in an arduous, plodding, impossibly dull movie, Sting of Death.
Jaws of Death hates everyone and everything, and while certainly different in the sharksploitation genre, it's a dull mess.
A dark, grisly thriller from Hong Kong's early exploitation scene, Untold Story combines brutal gore with a nasty sense of humor.
While typical in its thriller format, Unhinged finds the means to stand out by involving modern social issues in a smart way.
Bill and Ted Face the Music for a goofy but enjoyable last ride into the sunset, this time helped out by daughters that take after their dads.
A one-sided but often moving reality documentary, 1275 Days follows the story of a teenage boy facing life in prison.
Men good, women bad, or at least that's Mutiny's final lesson in telling a classic, same-y Hollywood high seas tale.
The Dog Doc is a touching but one-sided portrayal of a controversial veterinary practice that embraces expensive alternative treatments