Horror Rod Lott Hatchet III
posits that a man whose face has been turned to raw meat can get right
back up and walk around as if nothing happened. Then he gets chainsawed
into even halves, yet even that fails to faze him.
Filmed in 3-D, only the ‘D’ stands for ‘diabetes.’
Comedy Louis Fowler
As someone who is doing his damnedest to lose more than three decades of
weight gain, it has taken years of self-inflicted embarrassment to
fully realize that “all you can eat” isn't a challenge, but a curse.
Brace yourself for an unflinchingly honest love story.
Drama Phil Bacharach
Austrian filmmaker Michael Haneke isn't the obvious choice for a movie
about love at its weightiest and most profound. In previous works like Funny Games, The Piano Teacher and Caché, he has crafted cinematic nipple twists that tweak audiences while examining humankind at its cruelest.
Film buffs run hot-and-cold on Terrence Malick, and his latest may leave them frigid.
Drama Phil Bacharach
Malick either inspires or bores. There isn’t much middle ground when it
comes to assessing the famously reclusive filmmaker who has made only
six features since his 1973 debut, Badlands.
Sci-Fi Rod Lott
When did 1990's I Come in Peacebecome Dark Angel?More importantly, why?
Did some porno cop its title? Now people will confuse it with that one
TV series Jessica Alba did for James Cameron before she became a movie
Action Rod Lott
Mill Creek Entertainment, the DVD format’s current reigning master of
the budget box set, has unleashed two separate martial-arts collections
in Flying Fists of Kung Fu and Kickin’ It Shaolin Style.
Containing 12 films apiece from the late 1970s and early ’80s, they
account for 34 hours and 50 minutes of your potential viewing time in
Overlooked in its time, the cult classic is unearthed and given the Blu-ray treatment. Don Johnson in hi-fi!
Sci-Fi Patrick Crain
There is something truly remarkable about A Boy and His Dog: the ability to remain under the radar despite all its cultural touchstones, owing a debt of gratitude to L.Q. Jones’s adaptation of Harlan Ellison’s novella.