A South Korean science fiction film based on a French graphic novel, Snowpiercer, is the story of the last members of the human race surviving aboard a train in perpetual motion.
Jed and Matt Eckert awake one morning to find that North Korean forces are invading their Northwestern town.
The Wrath of Vajra Kylin Network, Media Asia Films and Ningxia Film Studio Directed by Wing-cheong Law Written by Zhenjian Yang Starring Yu… Read More »
Cannibal Girls American International Pictures and Cinépix Film Properties Inc. Directed by Ivan Reitman Written by Daniel Goldberg, Ivan Reitman… Read More »
The Penny Dreadful Picture Show Imaginarium Directed by Nick Everhart, Leigh Scott and Eliza Swenson Written by Nick Everhart, Leigh… Read More »
Do not think me a cinematic neophyte for what I am about to confess, but this is my first experience with Dario Argento, and sadly I was extremely disappointed by what I saw.
A cliché riddled action/fantasy film about honor, 47 Ronin follows a group of master-less samurai on a quest to avenge the death of their master by a rival lord.
The vignette feature is something everyone is familiar with. Chillerama doesn’t do anything new with it and somehow manages to miss every mark it sets out to hit.
Jacob’s Ladder TriStar Pictures, Artisan Entertainment & Lions Gate Entertainment Directed by Adrian Lyne Written by Bruce Joel Rubin Starring… Read More »