An old, almost forgotten and erased indie movie that never got quite enough attention that it deserved. It is not an easy movie. It's not a movie for the masses. But it's still hauntingly beautiful in its own aspects.
This Movie May Be More Than Just What You See at First.
A vampire movie worth watching, showing Johnny Deep in a whole new kind of way. Taking you back to the past, starting in 1760, with the main character Barnabas, a young gentlemen turned into a vampire a locked away until 1972, where he finds himself in a new world.
A well made if somewhat fictional version of real events.
Quentin Tarantino's latest movie is a typical spaghetti western with a Tarantino twist. Does it work?
In the tradition of underworld crime dramas such as The Godfather, Andrew Dominik's Killing Them Softly is a tense and gripping tale of gangland politics, yet reaches for more with sharp allegory and moments of biting satirical jabs at the bureaucratic mishandling of the recent financial crisis.
From Martin McDonagh comes another brilliantly developed movie with the characteristics similar to that of In Bruges.
The first film adaptation of Judge Dredd is probably made for Sylvester Stallone's career, but it tones down the character by making him a generic hero with a wimpy sidekick and a love interest, fighting a bunch of hammy villains.