Time travel and destiny intertwine in this engaging and moody sci-fi thriller from the Spierig Brothers
A group of devoted filmmakers is caught up in the clash of two rival yakuza clans in this over-the-top comedy crime thriller from writer/director Sono Sion.
The Last Supper looks stupendous, but that’s about all this dull historical drama has going for it.
Game of Thrones delivers with another season of intrigue, death, and backstabbing in the quest for the Iron Throne.
A sensuous and erotic film, director Robbe-Grillet keeps viewers off balance by blurring the domains of time and the line between reality and fantasy.
Track the Man Down is a classic British crime drama with a very dark plot, periodically lightened up by some comic relief, and bolstered by a strong cast.
The Other is a subtle early-seventies horror/thriller that is refreshing in its thoughtfulness and lack of gore.
The Weapon is a tense British thriller that uses London as the atmospheric backdrop to its many plot twists and turns.
A B-western in the best Hollywood tradition that receives a great restoration and generates enough suspense to keep viewers on the edges of their seats.
World for Ransom is a fairly lame Cold War film noir that was shot on a very low budget and definitely looks the part.