Pet Sematary feels like a good time horror film wrapped in the Stephen King charm, but it is terrors run deep and its implications devastating.
Newly restored, Life is Cheap… But Toilet Paper is Expensive can be overwhelming, and even unpleasant – but it’s incredibly unique.
Out of all of the Batman movies I have seen, the 1989 version is the best, and director Tim Burton captures the moody magic of Batman with a deft hand.
Jake Tropila takes a look back at Licence to Kill, the second and final James Bond film starring Timothy Dalton.
Fun Down There defies the conventions of storytelling through its radical depiction of a couple who is non-monogamous on screen – and to do it so calmly is unheard of.
With conspiracies theories and boogeymen on the rise, Joe Dante’s The ‘Burbs may be more relevant now than ever before.
If you were alive in the 80s, you know that this decade brought the ultimate…
A happy accident spit out the low-budget Hollywood machine, Teen Witch is compelling in a way that no individual person could pull off on their own.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation isn’t the finest Xmas movie you’ll ever see, but it’s disarmingly heartfelt at times.
In our latest entry of The Nominated Film You May Have Missed series, we discuss the 1989 Robin Williams drama Dead Poets Society.