Otto Preminger’s “comedy” from 1968. Underground classic or brain-curdling turd?
If you’d like a compact pill of tension: Sleepless Night.
One of these docs invites you in, the other one shoves you out.
If Disney’s 1979 “science fiction” movie, The Black Hole, were any stupider, it would collapse in on itself and the take the entire universe with it.
A bitter ending is better than an endless bitterness.
Cataclysmically, unrelentingly action packed, like a room full of toddlers hopped up on PCP and strapped to power saws, told that only the last of them standing gets the graham cracker
Your brain is on drugs, it’s on fire, and George Miller just drove a truck through it. Yay!
The cult revenge flick is in fact a dark, brooding drama.
Nobody does post-apocalyptic like George Miller. We take a took at the trilogy of 30 years past in preparation for Fury Road.
A pleasant late-in-life stroll with artist H.G. Giger.
A documentary about the trashiest of trashy ’80s movie producers, in all their glory.
Historical newspaper reprint of a young Supreme Being’s initial foray into film commentary.
Films about suicide should probably try harder to not make you want to kill yourself.
Lions and, yes, tigers in Africa terrorize an innocent family whose only crime was to keep 150 pet jungle cats in their house.