Pet Sematary marks the first time Stephen King has adapted his own book for the screen, and the result is undead schlock dulled by a slasher-film mentality - squandering its chilling and fertile…
Solid family fare with plenty of yocks, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is Chevy Chase and brood doing what they do best. Despite the title, which links it to previous pics in the rambling…
Despite a dauntingly uninviting title, Melancholia proves to be a stimulating contemporary thriller about an idealist from the 1960s who decides to take violent action in support of his…
Last Exit to Brooklyn is a bleak tour of urban hell, a $16 million Stateside-lensed production of Hubert Selby Jr's controversial 1964 novel. But it doesn't hold a scalpel to the lacerating…
Jules Feiffer and Alain Resnais make strange bedfellows - the product of their union is this stillborn satiric comedy about an American cartoonist in Paris.
This blatantly excessive directorial debut for Eddie Murphy is overdone, too rarely funny and, worst of all, boring.
Paramount's latest cynical excursion into sadistic violence is lifted slightly above its generic mire by the stylish efforts of debuting director Rob Hedden.
Haunting, mordantly amusing, deliciously sexy, Enemies, a Love Story is Paul Mazursky's triumphant adapation of the Isaac Bashevis Singer novel about a Holocaust survivor who finds himself married to…
Dealers though well produced, is a less than enthralling pic about a yuppie high-flyer and his glamorous mistress.
Gary Oldman's bravura performance as a victimized patient in a Deep South prison hospital for the criminally insane, circa 1950s, fails to cure the film of its manifold structural and stylistic ills…
Howard Brookner (who died after completing this first feature) and Colman DeKay interweave four of Damon Runyon's famous Broadway short stories [The Bloodhound of Broadway, A Very Honorable Guy…