“Crocodile Dundee” Is The Perfect Fish-Out-Of-Water Story

2016 marks 30 years since Crocodile Dunee was first released. This perfect fish-out-of-water story still holds up brilliantly today...

“River’s Edge” Is An Unsettling Document Of Apathy Searching For Stimulation

Tim Hunter's film is a startling slow-burning document of teenage apathy and its destructive corrosion of basic rights and wrongs...

“Return Of The Killer Tomatoes” Is A Tasty Treat

The killer tomatoes are back for more carnage and mayhem. How does this sequel stand up within the hit-and-miss genre of horror-comedy...

“Wild Orchid” More Like A Noxious Weed

Mark Fraser looks back at an American work from the late 1980s which helped give erotica a bad name...
Posted On 16 Jul 2016

30 Years Of Ferris Bueller: Revisiting John Hughes’ 1980s Classic

Neal Damiano celebrates 30 years of John Hughes' seminal classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off...

“Bride Of Re-Animator” Is A Desirable Fantasy Of Mutilation & Power Struggles

Bride of Re-Animator sees the brilliant Jeffrey Combs reprise his role as mad scientist Dr. Herbert West...

Cautionary Tales: Remembering “Less Than Zero”

Neal Damiano revisits Less Than Zero, a 1987 film that perfectly "captures the mood and scene of Los Angeles" during the eighties...

“The Mutilator” Is An Agreeable Relic From Slasher Film’s Heyday

We take a look at Arrow Video's new collector's Blu-ray of Buddy Cooper & John S. Douglass' cult slasher classic The Mutilator...