Filmmakers keep trying in vain to create the next iconic horror movie villain. But with a ludicrous movie title and a murky concept, this film belongs in the doldrums section of the horror genre.
This silly movie from 1941 anticipates World War II, and blends rote comedy tropes with propaganda -- but also includes stunning dance, Cole Porter songs, and a ravishing Rita Hayworth.
Even the most ardent fan will be over the moon for Arrow Video's comprehensive new release of the Jake and Magge Gyllenhaal-starring cult classic.
"Unforgettable" knows exactly what kind of popcorn movie it is aiming to be, with an entertainingly camp performance by Katherine Heigl.
Norman is a zero, a nebbish, a cipher -- and yet, he could turn out to have courage and substance if only he could gain some traction in a world that refuses to believe in him.
The 1942 Hepburn/Tracy film "woman of the Year" -- the first of their nine pictures together -- is out now in a 2K digital restoration with lots of juicy extras. Thank you, Criterion!
How many egotistical idiots does it take to turn an arms deal into a full-fledged gun battle? English writer/director Ben Wheatley's sixth film answers this question with great fun, hilarity and expert craftsmanship.
Like all of the fine documentaries produced by the newest Disney-branded film label, this true life adventure captures remarkable natural footage and crafts it into a charming, palatable story for audiences of all ages.
"The Promise" may not be as cheesily ridiculous as its 1979 namesake, but it's still a stilted and mostly ineffectual love story. Only its depiction of historical atrocities give this movie punch.
A new Arrow Video Blu-ray box set houses two films with the title "House" in it, both of course from the great decade of the 1980's.