Inferno of Torture is a visually captivating plunge into erotic violence courtesy of gifted Japanese exploitation filmmaker Teruo Ishii.
Romy Schneider's searing portrayal highlights the complex and disturbing portrait of twisted love, L'important C'est D'aimer.
While lacking the usual effusive pace and danger, The Cameraman still represents the best of Buster Keaton's comic style.
A slick slasher from Argentina, What the Waters Left Behind pays homage to the genre's seminal films without feeling unnecessary or derivative.
Dream Demon found itself ahead of its time in depicting emotional manipulation and how social standards impacted women.
Dynamo's self-referential seediness almost works, but everything is held together by well put together action sequences.
German Filmmaker Fritz Lang's exotic pulp adventure film, Tiger of Eschnapur, set in India, dazzles with thrilling set pieces.
Patty McCormack stars as Mommy, willing to kill anyone in her way during these two cheesy b-movie thrillers from the 1990s.
Two classic British comedies directed by the usually reliable Alexander Mackendrick, The Maggie and Whiskey Galore, packaged together for fans.
Content with itself, Elvira: Mistress of the Dark uses this absurd platform to comically lash out at puritan critics in a hokey, enjoyable lark.
A war film without war, Ice Cold in Alex focuses on healing the international divide post-WWII through a smartly composed desert trek.
Interpreting the events of Dunkirk from two perspectives, the British film is suitably angry at how history played out.