Buffy the Vampire Slayer isn’t a bad movie. It just often operates in a very medial area where it’s neither bad nor necessarily great.
Considered by many as the last ’50s noir, Touch of Evil delivers in more ways than one.
Parasite is a dark comedy, but also a very poignant and frank depiction of the realities of our capitalist society.
There’s so much good that could’ve come out of 2016’s American Honey. It’s a modern day road film that would…
1939’s Son of Frankenstein is the final installment of the original Universal Monsters Frankenstein series featuring Boris Karloff as the…
Despite its only real nagging issue, The Man Who Knew Too Much is a lot of fun.
It’s that very dichotomy that makes Dolemite Is My Name so bizarrely unique, much like its subject.
The tight narrative and brisk runtime is still a bit slow by today’s standards, but Creature from the Black Lagoon stretches its thin premise nicely.
Zombieland: Double Tap meshes further into the post-apocalyptic universe, while perfectly standing on its own as an excellent movie.
Not that Rear Window doesn’t give us a spectacular ending, because it does. But what the film has to say remains on the fence between two opposing sides.