A cult masterpiece from Japanese director Teruo Ishii, Shogun's Joy of Torture explores the darker side of punishment during the Edo period.
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A smart take on a familiar sci-fi premise, Invisible Man vs The Human Fly engages with multiple social issues to fill its story.
Sought after as an early example of Japanese tokusatsu films, Invisible Man Appears is interesting only for its moves to outwit censors.
Choosing to explore the tensions between Korea's borders through unlikely friendship, JSA ends in humanist tragedy.
While overburdened with schmaltz and coated nostalgic, Cinema Paradiso finds new meaning amid a changing movie marketplace.
A comedy horror masterpiece, Tremors' creative streak is ceaseless, even when leaning on familiar tropes.
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.
Environmentalism enters space in Silent Running, a film never shy about its point of view or its theme's importance.
Alejandro Jodorowsky's latest project documents the director's radical and controversial Psychomagic, a therapy he personally developed.
As pure an '80s adolescent fantasy as anything else during the decade, The Last Starfighter is a clever, wild spectacle.
Alejandro Jodorowsky's most garish and notorious film, Holy Mountain takes viewers on an uneven acid trip with New Age spirituality.