Category: Reviews

THE EVIL DEAD

I think that most horror fans would agree that Sam Raimi’s 1981 ultra-low budget horror film The Evil Dead stands as one of the...

Overnight Sensation: THE KING OF COMEDY

Martin Scorsese’s The King of Comedy (1983) is a film that has often been overlooked by many critics and average movie watchers. Yet those...

THE OUTSIDERS 30th Anniversary

This week (March 25th) marked 30 years since The Outsiders was released theatrically. In tribute to this American classic directed by Francis Ford Coppola...

CRIMEWATCH: City of Industry

Recently I discovered a film called City of Industry (1997) directed by John Irvin whose credits include The Dogs of War (1981), Raw Deal...

TWO-LANE BLACKTOP

Over the years there’s been lots of movies that I’ve heard great things about then finally watched and either was a) impressed by them...

CRIMEWATCH: China Girl

Tony (Richard Panebianco) is a good hearted kid from Little Italy who attends a dance club one night. He seems to move through the...

The Man with The Golden Arm

Frankie Machine (Frank Sinatra) has just been released from prison. During his time in the big house he successfully kicked his addiction to smack...

127 HOURS

127 Hours comes from Danny Boyle who is a very good director. His works are very varied, ranging from 28 Days Later (2002) an...

Sergio Leone’s DOLLARS TRILOGY

Every film fan has those extra special movies that stay with them through the thick and thin. These are the kinds that you may...

CRIMEWATCH: Grand Slam

Professor James Anders (Edward G. Robinson), a school teacher in Rio de Janeiro has retired after 30 years. Upon leaving he flies to New...