Category: Reviews

Alfred Hitchcock’s THE BIRDS

Okay, I’ll admit it: The Birds never scared me—not even as a child. Still, on the 55th anniversary of the picture’s release, Alfred Hitchcock’s...

Leatherface

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre series is probably one of the most erratic, shapeless movie franchises ever. After so many reinventions and reboots, it’s strange...

PUNK: ATTITUDE

What is “Punk Rock”? To some its merely great rock ‘n’ roll, to others it’s an attitude or lifestyle. Punk Rock DJ/Historian/Filmmaker Don Lett’s...

Steve Martin in THE JERK

I was born a poor black child…” After being a stand up comedy sensation in the late 70s, Steve Martin decided to take his...

An American Werewolf in London

Writer-Director John Landis is well known for his classic comedies like The Kentucky Fried Movie (1976), National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978) and The Blues...

Onibaba

An old woman (Nobuko Otowa) and her daughter in law (Jitsuko Yoshimura) are trying to survive in feudal countryside of Japan in the 15th...

Dark of The Sun

The visceral cinematic explosion begins as soon as the blistering, psychedelic opening credits roll in this 60s classic. Director Jack Cardiff was previously a...

Broken Flowers

With Broken Flowers, Director Jim Jarmusch (Ghost Dog, Coffee and Cigarettes) shows us again that less can sometimes be much more. Bill Murray plays...