All Reviews

12 Monkeys (1995)

The great Terry Gilliam's dystopic (of course!) vision of a future where we can't tell what's real or not seems disturbingly prescient.

Donovan’s Reef (1963)

Though it seems to exist mainly as a reason for Johns Wayne and Ford to do a whole lotta drinkin' and fishin' on the studio's dime, "Donovan's Reef" is undeniably well-made and breezily entertaining.

The Web (1947)

Vincent Price, Ella Raines and Edmund O'Brien star in this unheralded film noir about a twisted love triangle that's now out in a handsome Blu-ray edition from Kino Lorber.

Willow (1988)

The underappreciated fantasy film from George Lucas and Ron Howard delighted the young audiences it was intended for, poked fun at its critics -- by name -- and is now set for a Disney+ reboot.

Big Fish (2003)

Tim Burton's lone outstanding, heartfelt film of the last two decades may not seem like a natural fit with his horror-tinged oeuvre. But in some ways it's his most intimate, personal movie.


Director Joe Carnahan returns with his second flick of the year - the bloody/funny good time that is "Copshop."

Prisoners of the Ghostland

"Prisoners of the Ghostland" is obsessed with Nicolas Cage's balls ... I just wish the movie itself was more nuts.

Review Twofer – Censor/The Last Matinee

Nostalgic international genre efforts both entertain.