3D can't save Friday the 13th: Part III's routine, derivative murder spree, although the movie does offer a passable finish.
Introducing adult Jason Vorhees to the world, Friday the 13th: Part 2 is aimless and illogical slaughter without a plot.
As pure an '80s adolescent fantasy as anything else during the decade, The Last Starfighter is a clever, wild spectacle.
Friday the 13th unapologetically borrows from Halloween's success, but adds a careful, well considered angle to differentiate itself.
Alejandro Jodorowsky's most garish and notorious film, Holy Mountain takes viewers on an uneven acid trip with New Age spirituality.
A lousy CG crocodile munches on some idiots in Black Water: Abyss, and it's not fun, even for a few minutes of the overlong runtime.
Inside the Rain is an endearing and occasionally funny dramedy that explores the hazards of bipolar disorder in quirky fashion.
A better message than movie, Cut Throat City delves into the post-Katrina landscape and how inequality offered no out other than crime.
While beginning strong, the Diabolique remake falls apart by its embarrassingly stock finale.
The roughly animated misfire To Your Last Death boasts star power in its voice cast and not much else.
Jesus Shows You the Way to the Highway is a massively original mash-up of exploitation tropes in a retro-futuristic spy thriller that is loads of fun.
Insufferable people in an insufferable story, The In Crowd fails in even the tiniest ways when trying to pare down the sexual thriller to PG-13.