A Pre-Code curiosity, Maniac delivers.
The festival favorite finally gets a home video release!
The French New Wave considered it one of Hitchcock's best; Montgomery Clift stars as a man conflicted between religion and his own self-interests.
Pirates, ghosts, and books of Henry, oh my!
This gangster film is a reminder that Pacino and Depp really had it in them.
"There is a depression after an answer is given…It was almost fun not knowing."
"Is it the story of the little girl who lived down the lane? Is it?"
"I'm not me."
After years of setting up the four main characters, the new series does the Defenders enough justice.
"You know about death, that it's just a change, not an end."
David Lynch provided Stanton with one of his greatest and most important roles of the legendary actor's career.
Nearly 50 years since its release, the 1968 classic thriller still shocks and has plenty to say.
The unwarranted sequel to the mega-hit Grease shines on its own if you look hard enough.
Aronofsky's biblical epic is one for the ages.
This Oscar winner is a horror film for the ages.
Sean Baker paints rainbow color in a sea of capitalistic grey.
Lucky solidifies Harry Dean Stanton's legendary status.
Don't expect smarts in the new spy-action sequel.
The new film from Darren Aronofsky manages to shock but is ultimately lacking where it counts.
Does the new It have what it takes? Rockie takes a look at It and sees what It is all about.