Using a killer robot movie's framework, Automation uses that to explore real world fears over lost jobs and a changing workplace.
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A look at pro wrestling through the eyes of star Vampiro, Nail in the Coffin tears down an industry by focusing on a man who can't leave it.
Kevin James takes on a brutal villain's role in Becky, a film willing to ask what happens when society forces kids to grow up too fast.
Honest and only slightly exaggerated, Brutal Massacre successfully spoofs low budget filmmaking, and it's enough to root for the fictional crew.
Compelling and engaging at times, the dark Canadian indie Dead Dicks offers a unique premise ripped from the Twilight Zone.
Guy Pearce takes over First Snow to contemplate life and mistakes, but it's not engaging to actually watch.
The Prince is a sexually explicit coming-of-age tale for a young man in prison that explores dark themes and unflinching violence.
Street Survivors is a decent, if self-serving, dramatic account of the crash that killed members of Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1997.
In his final feature length silent, Buster Keaton graces Spite Marriage with all of his classic storytelling methods and comic mastery.
Kirsten Dunst plays a superb Marie Antoinette in this gorgeous costume drama outfitted with modern touches like a rock soundtrack and sympathetic storytelling.
Admire the spirit of a filmmaker trying to keep Japanese kaiju alive, but God Raiga vs King Ohga is otherwise unwatchable.
A hokey but entertaining serial from Hollywood's Golden Age, Jungle Queen features Nazis colliding with the Allies in Africa.