Jim Gavin’s tale of working-class malaise returns for more delightfully quirky alchemy.
“Genre people always end up knowing the most about movies.”
Featuring brief clips of Dud’s mentor Ernie and twin sister Liz.
The Golden Age of Television has all of a sudden become The Era of Too Much TV.
Director Julius Avery eschews the camp and gimmicks of the splattergore genre.
Fans of John Carpenter’s The Thing and Heavy Metal Magazine will certainly rejoice.
It should be noted that Cloverfield 3, aka God Particle, has yet to be released.
The sequel to the cult hockey comedy too often favors sports movie cliches over its offbeat humor.
Matt Spicer’s fanged L.A. satire shines for its performances, even as it aims for easy targets.
A ramshackle wedding dramedy that misses on most of its laughs and its pathos.
Doug Glatt laces up the skates and throws down the gloves once more.
The Mad Max and Lethal Weapon star is heading to the small screen.