Feminism and Body Horror have combined forces and the result is a beautifully gory amalgam.
A modern day Hitchcockian tale with a twist that will frustrate and shock
Stallone plays it safe in a prison actioner that cements his reputation as one of the biggest action stars of the 1980's and 90's.
Hidden in the long shadow of Wes Craven's success lies the lost opportunities of The Hills Have Eyes Part 2.
The Incident is a thought provoking and incisive look at confrontation and collective community responsibility
Schramm, digs into the neurons and synapses of a deranged and troubled killer which makes this film an intelligently banal masterpiece
Jeanne Herry’s drama features three personal stories as they traverse the bureaucracy and heartache of the adoption process
Aretha Franklin has been the inspiration and influence for some of the most impressive collection of female artists and it is easy to see why.
The beauty and poise of ballet is expertly expressed is this thrilling, but poetic depiction of the defection of Rudolf Nureyev.
Fred Schepisi's The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith broke new ground in social commentary as well as |Australian Cinema and remains controversial after 40 years.
The shocking events of 1969 rendered through the experience of three women who believed what Charlie said
Betty Smith's 1943 novel, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is beautifully adapted by first-time director Elia Kazan.
Amicus Films proves, once again, that they are pioneers in Horror Anthologies.