The Gumshoe Kid, alternately titled The Detective Kid, is a charming little comedy that pays homage to the private eye genre.
Bill Murray delivers a smart, sardonic and very funny valentine to the rotten Apple in Quick Change. Pic became Murray's directing debut (he shares the chores with screenwriter Howard Franklin) after…
Men Don't Leave is a quietly moving tale of a widow (Jessica Lange) and her struggle to support her two sons in shabby Baltimore surroundings.
An unauthorized sequel to the Walt Disney classic Snow White, Happily Ever After is a well-crafted but uninspired animated fantasy. Lou Scheimer's Filmation banner began work on the pic in 1986…
Chopper Chicks in Zombietown is a surprisingly funny B-movie spoof with a feminist edge. Writer-director Dan Hoskins has a great deal of fun scrambling genres. It's a classic story of bikers invading…
Good intentions are roughly served in this uneven actioner that displays some compassion for the stateside Vietnam community while exploiting its violent elements.
Previously filmed in 1929 by Paramount as The Marriage Playground, Edith Wharton's 1928 novel The Children comes to the screen as a somewhat dated enterprise. Story of a middle-aged man's infatuation…
The specter of a menace who invades one's home turf and can't be ousted is universally disturbing, and director John Schlesinger goes all out to make this creepy thriller-chiller as unsettling as it…
Lambada's peripheral dance segs don't add up to $7 worth of lambada. Still, director/cowriter Joel Silberg keeps the story lively on a cartoonish-level.
Originally titled Wings of the Apache for the Apache assault helicopters prominently featured, Fire Birds resembles a morale booster project leftover from The Reagan era. A paean to Yankee air power…
Belated sequel to the 1982 cult horror film, Basket Case 2 is a hilarious genre spoof. Here Frank Henenlotter's paying homage to Tod Browning's 1932 classic Freaks.