It’s no mystery: ‘Nightfall’ is a superlative thriller.
Thriller Rod Lott
As Simon Lam gets older, he gets better. The veteran actor has appeared in such in seminal HK action films of the 1990s as Once Upon a Time in China (opposite Jet Li) and Bullet in the Head (directed by John Woo); in the aughts, he graced audience and critical favorites Election and Ip Man.
CFN Gazette staff
A Tulsa man found himself SOL early last week, and all because nobody believed his
story about being stuffed into a septic tank against his will with no
other recourse but to watch people relieve themselves in the bathroom.
Sci-Fi Rod Lott
In the trash classic The Incredible Melting Man,
the titular creature — aka astronaut Steve West (Alex Rebar), returned
home from a botched mission to Saturn as a walking pile of goo — claims
his first victim less than 10 minutes after the MGM lion roars, but only
after he's given a nurse such a shock that she jumps through a glass
door. What’s not to love?
Comedy Rod Lott
Thanksgiving brings Vince Vaughn's Delivery Man to theaters, but you can see it now, more or less, in Starbuck, the 2011 French dramedy that serves as the source material for the American remake.
Documentary Rod Lott
For someone who claims to be so uncomfortable in front of the camera, Bert Stern never shuts up in Original Madman,
the documentary about him. And I'm sure glad he didn't, as the story of
his life is a must-absorb for anyone interested in film, fashion,
photography, art, design, advertising, popular culture, counterculture
... oh, hell, let's say American history in general.
Comedy Rod Lott
Tenants of a low-rent apartment building have some problems: The electricity has been shut off; their pets are disappearing under mysterious circumstances; and worst of all, they're stuck in a horror comedy that's not the least bit amusing: The Mole Man of Belmont Avenue.