A familiar tale told with a unique PTSD angle, No Escape's hopelessness and occasional dark humor give it a small spark.
In the post-Scream teen horror movie glut, Disturbing Behavior is near the bottom of the list.
Nicolas Cage probably hopes you forgot his terrible performance in Vampire's Kiss.
With limited tension, Frost only has so much to offer the single location thriller genre.
The star-laden Desperate Hours pits a mercurial Mickey Rourke against Anthony Hopkins with mixed results despite the electric performances and memorable sequences.
Pass on the cheesy slapstick of Bigfoot of Bust, which recalls the heights of Cinemax's late-night films from the 1990s and 2000s.
Drive is an energetic, funny, absurd action lark and one of the best of its kind from the 1990s.
Ahead of its time, Canadian Bacon's fired up satire spreads itself thin, but doesn't miss any potential targets on the the way.
Hollywood producer Don Murphy's first and only effort as director, Monday Morning is a strange mishmash of violent sensationalism and a weirdly naive perspective on clashing high school kids.
An incredibly slick Jeff Bridges performance and a ravishing Michelle Pfeiffer light up the screen in this bittersweet conflict, The Fabulous Baker Boys
Some forty years after the cult original classic, the tepid Dark Night of the Scarecrow 2 goes through the motions with uneven writing and low-budget effects.
An engaging and revealing documentary about Jay Bennett, a musician who had a massive influence over Wilco's early output.