Horror Rod Lott Another camcorder film? Only in part, but at least Lovely Molly comes from the mind of Eduardo Sánchez, who helped kick-start the craze back on a mainstream scale with 1999's The Blair Witch Project,
which he co-wrote and co-directed. So there's that, not to mention this
must be the only one scored by avant-garde indie instrumental act
Unlike the filmmakers’ previous thriller, you won’t break a ‘Sweat.’
Thriller Rod Lott Penumbra is Spanish for "partly in the shadows," which is how we
first find the fourth-floor apartment that Margarita Sanchez (Cristina
Brondo, Dario Argento's Do You Like Hitchcock?) shows to Jorge
Kepler (Berta Muñiz), representative for a prospective renter willing to
pay four times the going rate, and for a full year in advance.
Action Rod Lott
I love the character of Blade. I love the Blade comic books, starting with his debut in Marvel's Tomb of Dracula in the 1970s. I love all three Blade movies — yes, including that third one. Hell, I even love the short-lived Blade series Spike TV aired in 2006.
Action Rod Lott
While it's safe to say Dolph Lundgren will never win an Academy Award, the Expendable's performance in One in the Chamber
runs rings around his co-star who did. (To be fair, that Oscar winner
is Cuba Gooding Jr., whose statuette the Academy likely wishes it could
revoke, but still.)
Comedy Rod Lott
One of many spy flicks released amid the height of the 007 craze, 1965's The Liquidator
may look and sound like a James Bond imitator — what with a winning
animated credits sequence set to a Lalo Schifrin song belted out by
Shirley Bassey — but it's actually a spoof, as quickly becomes clear.
Sci-Fi Rod Lott
Cinema’s current master of disaster, Roland Emmerich (2012), produced but did not write or direct Hell, a post- apocalyptic film smaller in scope than what the man is used to, yet better crafted.