The Bowie we see in this weird sci-fi film is more genuine than any other persona he'd adopt over the course of his career.
With early signs indicating that the back half of Hannibal’s upcoming third season will adapt the novel Red Dragon, there's no better time to revisit that novel's first film adaptation.
There's a definite need for a particular strain of horror that's aimed at kids, and Poltergeist proves that it can be done effectively, without pulling punches or watering things down.
A seminal teen drama.
H.G. Wells really is a time traveler who chases Jack the Ripper into the future in this thinking person's adventure tale.
It's the end of the world as we know, and this vision of the end is unfailingly polite.
A hybrid of disparate elements that shouldn't really go together, much like the human-plant monsters who menace the characters.
A bold, unique, singular, visionary work about terrible people I didn't engage with doing terrible things I didn't care about.
Argento tinkers with the giallo formula a bit, resulting in an enjoyable, effective and essentially Argento mystery-thriller.
Described as a "horror-comedy" but neither scary nor funny, it's more of a relic from a distant place (Australia) and far-off time (the 1970s).