Unfairly cast aside as tasteless during its time for its depiction of homosexuality, Staircase is a serious film in need of a second critical appraisal.
This bewildering, reckless, and captivating Japanese monstrosity is a colorful, widescreen explosion of cross-genre craziness.
In remembrance of her amazing career and importance to horror fans everywhere, we offer this look back at Betsy Palmer (1926 - 2015) and the film that made her a legend.
Emerging at the tail end of the '60s spy genre is The Scorpio Letters, a modestly attractive and forgettable vehicle.
The charisma of Giuliano Gemma and some stellar action sequences can't save this sub-par spaghetti western.
Fantasia stands alone as a virtuoso tribute to the virtuosity of its music.
Mad Max was a vision so viable it lead to a string of sloppy imitators. Here are 10 films that followed George Miller's post-apocalyptic designs to a fault.
42nd Street invented or perfected all the clichés of the backstage musical.
George Miller’s magnificently crazed half-sequel, half-do-over reimagines the original post-apocalyptic action saga as an even more savage, but yet strangely thoughtful, battle for survival in the wreckage.
The chipmunk-cheeked Joe Shishido leads up this 1967 "borderless action" film from Japan.