Hysterical masculine fantasy, Army of Darkness is peak horror comedy with as much tribute to geekdom as it is a celebration of action cliches.
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In the post-Scream teen horror movie glut, Disturbing Behavior is near the bottom of the list.
One of the greatest alien invasion thrillers, War of the Worlds retains its power courtesy of imaginative design and rapid pace.
Clever, tense, and persistently thrilling, Crawl is better than it has any right to be considering the killer 'gator premise.
A modestly eerie spookfest from the indie horror scene, Yellowbrickroad is reissued ten years after the fact with improved VFX and new special features
A satirical lament of the changing American dream, Poltergeist finds the middle class mundanity broken by growing corporate need.
While the science is no less than absurd, When Worlds Collide tells a fantastic tale of humanitarianism and space exploration.
Dona Flor is an off-beat and occasionally insightful sensual comedy from Brazil that made actress Sonia Braga an international star in the 1970s.
A declarative, unmistakable anti-war masterpiece, Platoon remains a fierce political statement.
A satisfying martial arts adventure from Shaw Brothers, Flying Guillotine II hits home with a spectacular death battle and a huge body count.
Utterly ridiculous but embracing the absurd, Barb and Star somehow finds a loving tale of friendship between super villainy and sex.
The star-laden Desperate Hours pits a mercurial Mickey Rourke against Anthony Hopkins with mixed results despite the electric performances and memorable sequences.