My Favorite Coen Brothers movie.
Scorsese's super energized and entertaining crime saga.
Verhoeven+Schwarzenegger=Genre Movie heaven. Get your ass to mars!
David Lynch's beautifully twisted love story by way of The Wizard Of Oz.
Unlike anything else.
Recent Oscar winner Kathryn Bigelow has been making great films for years.
Blue Steel is one of 'em.
The second film by Hal Hartley, and the one I'm most in love with.
Pedro Almodovar's super sexy and entertaining Spanish import.
Teen angst gets totally 90's in this surprisingly moving and entertaining teenage picture.
Watch Christopher Walken and Helen Mirren at their most strange in this mostly forgotten Paul Schrader gem.
Writer/Director Peter Weir's unlikely romance actually really works. It may be in the dreaded Rom-Com genre, but it's really smart and fun.
Top 10 Horror:
It took 4 years to get a release, but once you caught Henry for the first time,
you'll never forget him. A masterpiece in stark cold creepy.
Better than it has any right to be. The Exorcist III has a lot of good, memorable chills.
The Horror-Comedy sequel that ups the comedy and the smarts.
A load of zany post-modern fun.
Adrian Lyne's chilling movie stays with you.
I'd watch it over the Sixth Sense any day.
The secret of Lisa is that it's a fun hybrid of horror and teenage shenanigans.
Director Gary Sherman brings it as always.
Clive Barker hasn't stepped in the director's chair all that much, but when he does, he makes some really effective and wonderfully twisted pictures like this.
William Friedkin's return to the horror genre after the first Exorcist. As long as you don't expect the next horror masterpiece, you'll have good fun with this nutty druid horror tale.
Remember way back when Rob Reiner made good films? Misery was one of his last. It's still pretty gosh darn good.
The crazy sequel to the equally nutty Stuart Gordon film from 1985 lacks some of the punch, but actually is quite fun. And hilarious commentary track by the actors on the DVD to boot.
In between Evil Dead 2 and Army Of Darkness Sam Raimi made this fun, really inventive superhero-horror mash up.
More 1990 love:
After Dark, My Sweet
All The Vermeers In New York
The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover
Cyrano De Bergerac
La Femme Nikita
Henry & June
The Hot Spot
King Of New York
Life Is Sweet
Night Of The Living Dead
Paris Is Burning
Postcards From The Edge
The Reflecting Skin
Reversal Of Fortune
A Tale Of Springtime
Too Beautiful For You
Truly, Madly, Deeply
Vincent & Theo
Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael
Without You, I'm Nothing
Best worst movie: Troll 2
Coming Soon: 1991