Flatliners' creative concept transplants '90s counter-culture into the medical world with evocative results.
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An early take on a "geeks inherit the earth" story, True Romance turns its movie-adoring hero into a character in a pure Hollywood thriller.
Anthony Perkins is an evil delight in the Hammer-esque throwback Edge of Sanity, devilishly sexual and saturated by drugs.
A pure Shaw Brothers delight, One-Armed Boxer is a mixture of nonsense, nationalism, and near constant brawling.
Revenge and patriotism blend to give The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter the needed fuel for its outstanding fight scenes.
12 Monkeys' disturbed, surreal take on psychosis and truth perfectly fuses to a high-end studio sci-fi production.
RoboCop remains a startling, meaningful dark satire that's lost none of its power or entertainment value over the decades.
King Hu's groundbreaking martial arts classic from Shaw Brothers Come Drink With Me helped lay the foundation for future kung fu flicks.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein stays close to the source material, but it loses itself in overly theatrical production tricks.
The greatest of all werewolf movies, American Werewolf in London is hilarious, but also a sharp allegory of anxiety and trauma.
A joyous, flawlessly done tone highlights the playful Dirty Ho.
While initially a playful marriage tale, Heroes of the East soon becomes an aggressively nationalist film favoring Hong Kong styles.