A familiar tale told with a unique PTSD angle, No Escape's hopelessness and occasional dark humor give it a small spark.
A box office flop starring a young Brad Pitt and a sultry Kim Basinger, the Roger Rabbit-inspired Cool World mixes animation and live-action for an interesting failure.
All-Star Shakespeare Stuart Burge’s handsome production of Julius Caesar has been unfairly maligned for years thanks to a dull performance by Jason Robards and inevitable comparisons between it and …
In the post-Scream teen horror movie glut, Disturbing Behavior is near the bottom of the list.
A modestly eerie spookfest from the indie horror scene, Yellowbrickroad is reissued ten years after the fact with improved VFX and new special features
While the science is no less than absurd, When Worlds Collide tells a fantastic tale of humanitarianism and space exploration.
Dona Flor is an off-beat and occasionally insightful sensual comedy from Brazil that made actress Sonia Braga an international star in the 1970s.
A satisfying martial arts adventure from Shaw Brothers, Flying Guillotine II hits home with a spectacular death battle and a huge body count.
Nicolas Cage probably hopes you forgot his terrible performance in Vampire's Kiss.
Relentless in its teardown of Christian political influence, Rain's deliberate staging dilutes the themes, but for 1932, mounts a furious progressive ideology.
With limited tension, Frost only has so much to offer the single location thriller genre.
The star-laden Desperate Hours pits a mercurial Mickey Rourke against Anthony Hopkins with mixed results despite the electric performances and memorable sequences.