An amalgamation of educational drama and grade-Z science fiction that was the first ever non-documentary film made expressly for IMAX
This 90s Hollyweird product is pretty good, albeit burdened with a crummy third act. These days it’s best known as an early showcase for quite a few future stars
What do ILL-GOTTEN GAINS, a little-seen black and white indie, and CLAUDE’S CRIB, a short-lived USA Network sitcom, have in common?
The chances are, if you’re a horror movie fan then you own some bootlegged videos. You know what I’m talking about.
A slightly above average early 90’s TV movie potboiler from Frank Darabont, future director of high profilers like THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION and THE GREEN MILE
There will never be another year like 1994
The video underground of the early 1990s produced its share of groundbreaking horror films.
The grindhouse and the arthouse: two distinct modes of cinema that would appear to be leagues removed–and for the most part they are.
The greymarket video scene, it seems, is all-but dead.
A much dumber than average brain-switch chiller from France. It contains one shocking sequence but is otherwise fatally clichéd and inert.