Director Michael Winner, who usually leaves nothing to the imagination (censors permitting), does it again with Death Wish revisited. Charles Bronson, as the avenging vigilante Paul Kersey, is turned…
Lensed in black-and-white and outfitted with a 'straight' mystery score by Miklos Rozsa and authentic 1940s costumes by Edith Head, this spoof of film noir detective yarns sees Steve Martin…
George Romero, collaborating with writer Stephen King, again proves his adeptness at combining thrills with tongue-in-cheek humor. He links five tales with animated bridges in the style of the comics.
The opening is promising enough as child Conan witnesses the brutal deaths of his father and mother at the whim of the evil Thulsa Doom (James Earl Jones). Conan Jr grows up as a slave who eventually…
Story is set in a small Texas town in 1975. Five women, who were part of a James Dean fan club, hold a 20th anniversary reunion, in the local Woolworth 5 and Dime. Sandy Dennis and Cher play…
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Class of 1984 is pure exploitation with plenty of action and a manipulative plot [from a story by Tom Holland] designed to have audiences cheering on the blood.
Rather roughly lensed in b&w and 16mm tale traces the odyssey of two San Francisco Chinese taxi drivers as they search for an older partner who's vanished with their funds. As in Antonioni's…
Paul Schrader's reworking of the 1942 Val Lewton-Jacques Tourneur Cat People is a super-chic erotic horror story of mixed impact.
Maybe Raquel Welch will have the last laugh after all. Cannery Row, pic from which she was ignominiously dismissed, gets somewhat better as it lurches along from vignette to vignette, but this…
The script, based on the  French Jacques Brel-Lino Ventura starrer L'emmerdeur, directed by Edouard Molinaro and written by Francis Veber, is one of the rare Wilder projects not initiated by…