Xavier Gens delivers a political piece of brutal body horror with FRONTIER(S)
Generally disregarded by the mainstream, John Carpenter's THEY LIVE ('88) is a prophetic piece of sci-fi cinema.
To save Tulip from Angelville, Jesse's got to arrange a new heist: at the bank where Madame Boyd's souls are stored.
Camille gets to know Dt. Willis more, as she tries to fend off the dark memories of Wind Gap.
Clive Barker's NIGHTBREED explores the difference between experiences in the city, focused on those with power v. those without.
THE DEN touches a nerve because of how much time we spend in our daily lives attached to screens.
STREET TRASH is just a B-movie with nothing to say. Or, maybe it says a lot of things about NYC in the 1980s. Maybe?