David Cronenberg's compelling supernatural thriller Dead Zone weaves a wonderful Christopher Walken performance with a superb screenplay.
A satisfying finish and entertaining adaptation for Batman's The Long Halloween in this second and final entry of two parts.
Delightfully crass with a comic heart, Drunk Bus is reminiscent of early Kevin Smith in telling a small time story around likable but miserable people.
Reading just the synopsis, The Kid's every plot point is obvious and the script doesn't turn away from that predictability, but it has enough sweetness to get by.
The Night is a slow but emotionally satisfying and haunting thriller made almost entirely in Farsi.
Kitschy and naively primitive, this pre-space race Flight to Mars skips past the moon to deal in Cold War paranoia deeper into the solar system.
An uninspired martial arts flick from Malaysia, Silat Warriors delivers decent fights but hammy storytelling and predictable cliches.
Stardust is a tantalizing and flamboyant depiction of David Bowie rock star before he'd adopt the Ziggy Stardust persona.
Delightfully cheeky and totally unoriginal, Eight Legged Freaks breaks no ground, but it's written with enough wit to sustain the appropriately short runtime.
Bill Paxton's film debut is an uneven and wacky slasher Mortuary, remembered more for television actresses Mary McDonough and Lynda Day George.
Scream Queen Caroline Williams headlines the creative vampire flick Ten Minutes to Midnight, with attitude and a cheeky sense of humor.
Two sensational, best-in-class fight scenes make Hydra worth it, even if the rest lacks an engaging story.