Long before Stephen Dorff went Somewhere with Sofia Coppola, he made his screen debut in 1987’s horror oddity The Gate.
I’m a compulsive. It’s no surprise that my list is full of movies about compulsion.
Here’s a conspiracy theory for you: Ishtar is intentionally terrible.
It belongs in the same bucket as another unfairly maligned 1986 mythical fantasy with a bad script, The Golden Child.
Legal Eagles is a comedy, if you believe its ad campaign, but it’s funny in all the wrong places.
Today marks the start of Ryan Kelly and Adam Zanzie’s Spielberg blogathon.
Unfortunately, I had to make my escape from Noir City after Friday’s showing of Slattery’s Hurricane, so I missed the final two days of the festival.