Despite a witty, albeit theatrical, script by Tom Stoppard, prolific German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder does not quite bring off the spirited linguistic innovations, wit and penetrating…
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? is a happy combination of the macabre and the merry. It's a fast-moving, witty film, beautifully cast with a large group of international professionals who…
It's a backhanded criticism, but there's something too classy about this version of the Harold Robbins novel. It's too tame. And too solemn.
In his sequel to It's Alive, Larry Cohen aims squarely at the same audience, which should be attracted back for more of the murderous babies.
Capricorn One begins with a workable, if cynical cinematic premise: the first manned space flight to Mars was a hoax and the American public was fooled through Hollywood gimmickry into believing that…
A hodge-podge of flash forwards, flashbacks, and even some flash sideways, The Night the Prowler tells the story, as one pundit put it, of a female slob's search for self-identification.
Revenge of the Pink Panther isn't the best of the continuing film series, but Blake Edwards and Peter Sellers on a slow day are still well ahead of most other comedic filmmakers.
Charlton Heston is back in jeopardy. He's 60 miles off the coast of Connecticut stuck with 41 other sailors on the edge of an ocean canyon in a nuclear submarine, waiting for Stacy Keach to organize…
By the end of The Driver you can almost smell rubber burning, there are so many screeching tires. This may be the first film where the star of the show isn't an actor or even a machine but a sound…
Steady readers of the National Lampoon may find National Lampoon's Animal House a somewhat soft-pedalled, punches-pulled parody of college campus life circa 1962. However, there's enough bite and…
Deathsport is Roger Corman's futuristic science fiction gladiator picture. And what is a futuristic science fiction gladiator picture? It's a film set 1,000 years into the future, post neutron wars…