Review: “Salvador” Is A Daring Piece Of Maverick Filmmaking

A thrilling and violent look at the chaos of war as seen through the lens of an amoral photojournalist...
Posted On 24 Jan 2019

Review: “Born Of Fire” Boggles The Mind

Prepare to have your mind boggled in Jamil Dehlavi's Born of Fire...

Review: “Missing” Turns Political Turmoil Into A Personal Affair

Missing charts a wife and father's attempts to discover the whereabouts of a missing journalist in 1973 Chile...

Interview: Director Michael Lehmann Celebrates 30 Years Of “Heathers”

Dan Stephens speaks with Heathers director Michael Lehmann about why the film became a cult hit...

Review: “Dreamscape” Is Full Of Captivating Ideas

Dreamscape might be stuck in the 1980s but it's full of captivating ideas...

10 Great Moments That Make You Love “Die Hard” Over & Over Again

We celebrate 10 moments that remind us why we love this classic Hollywood action film time and time again...

Jim Henson’s “The Dark Crystal” Is A Last Hurrah For Practical Effects

In a last hurrah for practical special effects, Jim Henson gives us 1982's puppet-filled world of The Dark Crystal...
Posted On 27 Apr 2018

“Maniac”: A Potent, Torturous Illustration Of Madness Evoking Evil

As unwashed grindhouse cinema goes, it doesn’t get more odorous or potent as William Lustig's Maniac...