Straight to Hell Returns is a screwy and unsound blast.
Criterion’s release is exactly what their Eclipse line should be doing and should be at the top of every cinephile’s wish list this holiday season.
The film is rigid in its insistence on making the Pevensie children grow up by waging magical battles with fantastic creatures.
Time Life’s exhaustive The Six Million Dollar Man: The Complete Collection is a time capsule only diehard fans will want to dig up.
Best Worst Movie doesn’t actually build much of an argument on behalf of Troll 2 eclipsing the reputations of Mommie Dearest, Xanadu, or even The Room, but it’s made with genuine affection.
Skeptics should give Death of a Snowman the benefit of their patronage before dismissing it as clever trash.
Criterion’s new release is a must-own and a welcome step in the film’s canonization as a brainy and blisteringly strange cult classic.
VCI’s new release is a lousy transfer of a very sharp giallo; rent it before buying.