Set in the segregated South, Girl on a Chain Gang plays much differently with audiences today than it did upon release in 1966.
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Newly restored to its original color, one of the earliest Technicolor musicals The Dancing Pirate features Oscar-nominated dancing and lively fun from the 1930s.
Monster from Green Hell is clumsy, cheap, and often comatose, but it's hardly the worst irradiated big bug flick.
A mostly engaging musical biopic from the Big Band era starring the The Fabulous Dorseys playing themselves.
Tuhan Bay is great and the visual atmosphere never loses its grip, but Amazing Mr. X slogs to a finish.
With much of the horror sourced from sheer boredom, Frankenstein's Daughter feels desperate to hold on to classic horror's last vestige of relevancy.
Kitschy and naively primitive, this pre-space race Flight to Mars skips past the moon to deal in Cold War paranoia deeper into the solar system.
Ron Van Clief knocks-off Bruce Lee’s murderers – sort of Bringing together blaxsploitation, Brucesploitation, and Hong Kong martial arts in a weird ‘70s symbiosis, Black Dragon’s Revenge offers an …
Vincent Price and Agnes Moorehead Star in this Tame 50’s Murder Mystery A serial killer known as “The Bat” terrorizes an elderly mystery writer as he looks for a …
Powerful drama remains relevant after 60 years For 1954, Salt of the Earth is an intensely powerful commentary, supported with racial tensions, woman’s rights, worker’s rights, and union-driven might. …