The sleaziest action slop to reach theaters in the '80s, Road House is schlock nonsense as only the decade could produce.
Category: 4K UHD Screenshots
4K UHD Reviews with full resolution UltraHD screen shots
Lively, hilarious, and energetic, Freaky conquers the slasher genre with a great premise and self-aware social consciousness.
Double Jeopardy rarely breathes during its cross-country chase that delves into parental instinct, revenge, and determination.
Behind a formulaic script, As Good As It Gets finds the human angle, making the most of its cast and logical script.
Sorrowful and propelled only by lust, The Last Picture Show documents the waning days of the iconic American dream.
Choosing its own path, Dawn of the Dead's remake alters the theme for a post-9/11 world, but lacks the same punch.
A relentless zombie movie stuffed with allegories on class, Train to Busan never slows down to breathe.
At times overt and forced, Woman King still makes a potent point in a generally fictional take on this historical story.
Pure New York, Taking of Pelham One Two Three is a suspenseful, intense delight loaded with personalities.
Crummy low-budget horror, Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things is saved by its hilariously overdone dialog.
Hokey and phony sci-fi, Invaders from Mars makes the complex post-war political fears distilled enough to reach even young children.
Mocking the busy camp of Schumacher's Batman, Mystery Men is an equally goofy delight that scores enough to work.