In terms of the shot-on-VHS genre, Ozone is among the best in its class, if you know what you're getting into.
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Telling how Showgirls went from bomb to cult hit, You Don't Nomi looks back at Paul Verhoeven's film with an engaging critical eye.
A well-crafted spy thriller set in the turbulent world of 1960s London, Batman's butler Alfred Pennyworth gets his own origin story.
Still a satirical masterpiece (if only it were less real), Dr. Strangelove loses none of its staying power over sixty years later.
A plodding, generic Western with Neal Bledsoe and AnnaLynne McCord, A Soldier's Revenge runs too long.
Ultraman Ace doesn't change the basic formula, but begins the franchise's charge toward an interconnected superhero story.
The seventh sequel to a forgettable early '90s action flick, Sniper: Assassin's End only bores in developing the next iteration.
A slick slasher from Argentina, What the Waters Left Behind pays homage to the genre's seminal films without feeling unnecessary or derivative.
An eerie, thoughtful examination of post-war Japan, H-Man uses numerous tropes for its horror, but succeeds in mood, theme, and visuals.
Pulpy sea-faring adventure from Hammer, The Lost Continent never finds a groove before trotting out hokey mutant monsters.
John Hughes remixed his formula when writing Pretty in Pink, a story letdown by its ending that chooses to ignore the message.
Satoshi Kon's affecting and inviting portrait of three homeless, Tokyo Godfathers, is a humanistic triumph, moving beyond regular anime conventions.