We take a closer look at four killer bee movies from the seventies and try to figure out whether they are really racist or not.
Featuring a gripping story about a streak of strange events in a big hospital, Coma is a suspenseful and smart thriller that stood the test of time.
Do not have any doubt, Sorcerer is one of the most nerve-wracking and suspenseful movies ever made. A complex and utterly immersive masterpiece.
I could talk all day about how Night Moves is one of the best noir movies, and I do, but what you should do is see this fucking movie.
Get a pack of cigarettes, a bottle of whiskey, and play Le Cercle Rouge, a stylish noir masterpiece offering a look into the desolate world of crime.
If you've never heard of the sexploitation subgenre, The Big Bird Cage is a great way to get to know it. It features an easygoing atmosphere, an exotic setting and just the right amounts of sleaze.
The Mountain of the Cannibal God, a well-balanced adventure movie with an exotic setting and Ursula Anders can be a great intro to the exploitation genre.
Well, this is a back to back review of the classic and its reincarnation from 2005. The original flick, as...
Based on true events, Papillon is one of those great seventies movies that stood the test of time. It took...
If you had to see one Blaxploitation movie, choose Coffy. It's different, stylish, spunky, and starring the queen of the genre Pam Grier.
Authentic, nasty, and visually impressive, A Boy and His Dog is a different type of post-apocalyptic movie that you simply must check out.