The memorably unique Brotherhood of the Wolf smoothly marries the artistry of Hong Kong action flicks with the trappings of a period costume drama.
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David Cronenberg's compelling supernatural thriller Dead Zone weaves a wonderful Christopher Walken performance with a superb screenplay.
The Night is a slow but emotionally satisfying and haunting thriller made almost entirely in Farsi.
Delightfully cheeky and totally unoriginal, Eight Legged Freaks breaks no ground, but it's written with enough wit to sustain the appropriately short runtime.
Kindred is a boring, witless and mostly contrived "thriller" about a pregnant woman held against her will.
Easily one of the oddest straight adaptations of King Kong, the 1976 version focuses on a goofy sexuality that's neither successful or comfortable when trying to settle on tone.
Smart and stimulating, Prince of Darkness begins with a striking concept, but falls apart as it descends into horror tropes.
Breaking down myths of Reagan-era policies, They Live isn't always so clear, but it's a smart, calculated smear of a world burdened by inequality.
Better than its reputation, War of the Colossal Beast finds an interesting, engaging story angle to separate itself from others of this type.
While still a routine slasher in formula, reinventing Friday the 13th's Jason Vorhees as a plausible survivalist killer works.
Freddy vs Jason exploits exploitation, sending the '80s slasher genre out in a vicious and unrelenting finale.
Knowingly stupid, Jason X takes a few opportunities to embrace what it is, but then falls into a rut where it takes this scenario seriously.