Haphazard and barely stitched together, Space Monster Wangmagwi holds historical significance and little else.
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An aged Julian Sands makes his comeback to genre flicks in Ghosts of Monday, which throws everything at you with a dash of style
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 classic novel about a growing boy and the dogs he loves, Where the Red Fern Grows, receives an earnest, wholesome adaptation.
Excellent special effects highlight Resonator, an entertaining follow-up to Stuart Gordon's From Beyond.
Analog Love is a heart-warming look back at the personal cassette era and how it helped shape music fans' lives for the better.
Italian exploitation master Joe D'Amato has disco singer Amanda Lear host a provocative survey of nude dancing and burlesque performances in Crazy Nights.
Donna D'errico has fun as a sexy alien babe in the outrageous and campy sci-fi comedy, Escape from Area 51.
Narek on the Other Side Note: This Blu-ray is exclusive to the Disney Movie Club With the Disney touch, Watcher in the Woods plays to the studio’s usual audience, …
A wonderful, patient children's adventure, Flight of the Navigator is steeped in NASA's shuttle era popularity and a bit of Cold War paranoia.
An interesting Star Wars-related topic makes Elstree 1976 stand out, even if the finished product can't sustain itself.