Malta looks great, but that's the only positive in the infinitely dull Final Justice.
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Astonishingly terrible, Dirty Laundry doesn't have a single successful gag that qualifies it as a comedy.
The cult slasher House on Sorority Row has only grown in esteem and popularity since its 1983 debut.
While mostly an uneventful, low budget horror yarn, there's enough attention to The Dark's script to give it a unique timestamp.
A softened documentary on Cannon Films, Go-Go Boys skirts the serious drama involved in the studio's history, but provides a glossy overview that plays like cliff notes.
An easily missed low-budget buddy action movie, Drive deserves recognition on a wider scale for its kooky humor and genuinely pure Asian-styled action.
Guncrazy loses itself in violence, ruining attempt to humanize two murderers on a rampage out west.
Rutger Hauer commands Split Second, a moody sci-fi horror feature with enough comedy to keep things lightened.
Knocking off better films and dismissing Hong Kong cinema's progress, Bloodfight tries to win an audience with action, but it's not enough.
Abysmal, boring, and unwatchable, Ironheart represents the worst of the video store VHS era, made by people who knew better.
The Point is primarily remembered today for its wonderful songs penned by music legend Harry Nilsson.
Absurd and even ludicrous, Mind Games fears changing social norms when using a college kid to terrorize a middle class family.