Behind a young family’s home in Maine is a terrible secret that holds the power of life after death. When tragedy strikes, the threat of that power soon becomes undeniable.
A group of cowboys from a traveling circus stumble upon a forbidden valley infested with prehistoric creatures.
Two siblings foraging for food and shelter in a ruined city meet a man who will make them a dangerous offer to survive the outside world.
Based on the short story “Story of your life”, Twelve mysterious spacecraft appear around the world and a linguistics professor Louise Banks is tasked with interpreting the language of the alien visitors.
A recently widowed man’s son calls a radio talk-show in an attempt to find his father a partner.
A documentary about Steve Aoki, one of the most eminent DJs working today.
Five friends travel to a cabin in the woods, where they unknowingly release flesh-possessing demons.
Explores the history of racial inequality and the reasons behind the enormous number of incarcerations in the United States.
After getting in a car accident, a woman is held in a shelter with two men, who claim the outside world is affected by a widespread chemical attack.
The first in Romero’s ‘Living Dead’ series and the ultimate B movie.
A potentially insightful film on the struggles of anorexia that fails to resonate with a lasting impression.
With the current climate of ubiquitous true crime stories comes an account of alleged murderer Amanda Knox. The film is not nearly as interesting nor as captivating as it should be.
Based on the 41 volume Buddhist/samurai historical novel ‘Great Bodhisattva Pass’ and planned as a trilogy of films, ‘The Sword of Doom’ feels like an unfinished piece of work.
An exceptional heist neo-western set in the modern American frontier.
An inspiring account of how two men on the brink of irreversibly destroying their health, clean up their diet and change their lives.
A blockbuster, terror epic of a ghost story but lacking the near perfect, raw potency of the original film.
Sadly underrated, ‘Annabelle’ is an effective prequel but this depends on how susceptible to inanimate, allegedly supernatural objects you might be.
The film’s ingenious premise appears to be its own undoing.
James Wan is one of the most promising modern horror film directors and with ‘The Conjuring’ the bar is set high with a full spectrum of talent on display.
Director Chan Wook Park adds to his growing collection of graphic and provocative cinema. This time around he seems to let violence take a backseat to sexuality and what results is a stunningly contemporary and classical period film. It’s a thought provoking study on the nature of uninhibited carnal desires and unlike his previous works, both tone and narrative style is quite Japanese in nature.
As the name suggests, this documentary takes a look at the lives of performers after they have quit the business.
More a detailed biopic of Ray Kroc and how McDonald’s became a billion dollar global food empire than the actual founders who masterminded the whole revolutionary speedy system.
Overall, ’Forks Over Knives’ is a better-than-average documentary film but its message is so imperative that this should be compulsory viewing for everyone.
Hailed as one of the first big-budget films to address the AIDS virus, ‘Philadelphia’ relies on its top-notch cast to chart a course through difficult themes.
This is one of those films that people are either going to love or hate. It hit all the rights spots for me to the point where I can’t believe some of the terrible reviews this film has garnered.
An endlessly frustrating and overlong heist film with paper thin characters. The picture relies on the innumerable cast members’ signature nuances instead of crafting credible backstories to develop the narrative. You just never truly care for the characters or their motives.