Perhaps a tad too overcomplicated, this still satisfies as a slightly less than b-picture level actioner.
Perhaps Fear in the Night will never look or sound better, always like a nagging, half-forgotten celluloid memory.
It's not the worst picture ever made, or even the worst Spaghetti Western, but its many low-points bury its few high-points.
Flicker Alley's new Blu-ray/DVD combo We're in the Movies: Palace of Silents and Itinerant Filmmaking provides a glimpse into obscure corners of film history.
While his life was filled with many career triumphs, the late Richard Attenborough will always be remembered for these ten examples of his undeniable talent.
This YA tearjerker could have worked, and it should have worked, but it had it's own demise already written into its DNA.
Is two-thirds of a decent Sin City sequel enough? After nine years of waiting, almost.
This is a horribly unfunny comedy by someone celebrated for reinventing the TV drama.
Good Sam juxtaposes the reality its characters live in with a sort of Shirley Temple optimism.
Frank is an enjoyable, offbeat comedy about the least approachable band ever, the Soronprfbs, and how their newest member aspires to make them more likeable.