Our latest classic film review from Marialena is of this visually stunning cult favorite supernatural neo-noir.
A rather lame “we’ve seen all this before” reunites Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler in a brainless mystery-comedy
The gritty side of Queens, NY is explored as a private eye searches for a missing woman who was intimately involved with a local politician in this strong indie film debut.
‘Happy Death Day 2U’ is not as clever as the first film but it is a worthy sequel to the franchise opener.
Dan Gilroy has crafted a dark satire, replete with horror-film elements, on the Los Angeles contemporary art world
This camgirl thriller from Blumhouse is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat and provide plenty of thought-provoking scenes.
This Nordic-Noir crime thriller is a lukewarm entry in the ‘Dragon Tattoo’ franchise that sacrifices dialogue and storyline to car chases and and fiery explosions.
A dark neo-noir that has a decent cast but comes up short in the script and direction departments
A classic film noir starring Bogart and Mary Astor directed by John Huston
A dark comedic thriller that features strong leads and stylish direction