Jerry and Marge Go Large pours on endless charms and thrives, but tries too hard to build conflict.
Opening Night Movies about movies are not abnormal. Movies about the creative person’s mindset are unusual though. 5-25-77 smartly focuses there. It’s hard to pin down another film that …
Murky good versus evil roles hampers Invincible Shaolin, but the finale is worth waiting for.
A tiresome, patience-sapping bigfoot flick, Creature from Black Lake tries even the most forgiving movie watcher.
Explosive Korean action with an anime-like penchant for over-the-top violence, The Witch 2 is a satisfying sequel for a popular cult gem.
A dry, haggard documentary, You Can't Kill Meme takes a potentially fun topic about Internet memes and runs off the rails.
An absorbing, introspective peek into Nick Cave's life and creative process by the man himself, staged more as high-flying performance art than your standard music documentary.
Lower budget and lower style, Five Superfighters is a minor entry in Shaw Brothers' kung fu offerings, but still offers great fights.
Jeff Lieberman's cult gem Satan's Little Helper is an off-kilter horror film with deliciously wicked taste.
Playfully screwball in tone, Mad Monkey Kung Fu keeps the antics rolling, funny enough to never notice the incredible acrobatics on display.
A working class rebellion story, Return to the 36th Chamber uses comedy to emphasize that shortcuts create weakness.
A fable of rebellion, personal struggle, and sacrifice, The 36th Chamber of Shaolin represents the kung-fu genre's greatest themes.