Sultry, steamy, and seductive, Double Indemnity's grand dialog paired to its noir roots defined the '40s entire slate of thrillers.
Frank Perry's methodical, creepy criminal melodrama Man on a Swing sees a steel-jawed Cliff Robertson matching wits with a demented Joel Grey.
While energetic, Hero's dated (if influential) new wave style clumsily tells a story of Hong Kong's independence.
Anthony Perkins is an evil delight in the Hammer-esque throwback Edge of Sanity, devilishly sexual and saturated by drugs.
2LDK is a raw, violent and darkly biting satire about two actresses fed up with each other, going for the jugular.
Relentless and extreme torture porn from Italy, Xpiation produces a taut narrative and oddly compelling characters.
An engaging and revealing documentary about Jay Bennett, a musician who had a massive influence over Wilco's early output.
An unending parade of non-stop action and masterful kung fu set pieces mark the vintage action classic Monkey Kung Fu from the legendary Shaw Brothers label.
A clever, enjoyable kung-fu romance is at the heart of Shaolin Mantis, and comes well prepared for the tragic fighting to come during a lengthy final chapter.
Legendary Weapons of China is an '80s kung fu classic from the Shaw Brothers which infuses spectacular, high-flying martial arts with supernatural moves.
Long, ponderous, and thoughtful, A Walk in the Sun represents the authentic war experience both at its most grueling and dull.
Betrayal and revenge serve as the core story to Flag of Iron, but it's a film defined more by its creative fighting methods than its plot.