The debut film from Sam Raimi is a bravura bit of cinematic inventiveness and one of the most entertaining American horror films of its time.
Cruise bounces through this romantic spy adventure with smooth-talking charm, ninja spy skills, and Diaz transforms from damsel in distress to partner in action with enthusiastic glee.
Neil Marshall’s nerve wracking, claustrophobic survival thriller about six spelunking women turns into a gripping horror film featuring the creepiest cave dwellers to skitter across a screen.
Brad Pitt completely commits to the part of a man who is born old and grows younger through a sweeping survey of 20th century history.
The English-language debut of South Korean auteur Park Chan-wook is a vampire movie without a vampire. At least not in the mythic sense of the term.
A monster movie adventure powered by creative kids, a love of movies, and a foundation of mystery and wonder from school kids old enough to make their own zombie movie on super 8 film and young enough to get so excited by it.