A few amusing little notions are streched to the point of diminishing returns in Psycho III.
Jason lives, but 18 other people die in this sixth entry in Friday the 13th series. Body count works out to an average of one corpse every 4.83 minutes.
Class of Nuke 'Em High is a misguided attempt to extract grossout humor from the very real concerns about nuclear power plants.
The rather silly title Willy / Milly caps this charming and substantial kidpic about sex roles.
Tai-Pan is a historical epic [from James Clavell's novel] lost somewhere between 19th-century Hong Kong and 20th-century Hollywood. Despite flashes of brilliance and color, Tai-Pan fails to evoke a…
Despite some graphically brutal violence and a fair bit of 'too-cool' police jargon, No Mercy turns out to be a step above most other films in this blooming genre of lone-cop-turned-vigilante stories.
Trying to save his town, auto worker Michael Keaton journeys abroad to plead with Japanese industrialists to re-open the plant in Hanleyville, Pa, that's been closed by foreign competition. Soon…
Aliens proves a very worthy followup to Ridley Scott's 1979 sci-fi shocker, Alien. James Cameron's vault into the big time after scoring with the exploitation actioner The Terminator makes up for…
The Name of the Rose is a sorrowfully mediocre screen version of Umberto Eco's surprise international bestselling novel.
The first film ever made based upon a Saul Bellow novel, Seize the Day can boast of earnest performances and intent, but is swamped in obviousness and the broadness of its brush strokes. Overwrought…