Nazis v. Werewolves, and a tale of giving the world the finger.
The latest INTO THE DARK instalment takes clear aim at America’s disastrous response to immigration.
Alexandre Aja’s remake of the 1970s Wes Craven original has big, scary, political balls.
George P. Cosmatos uses OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN to explore the effects of a capitalist rat race on the individual and their family
Generally disregarded by the mainstream, John Carpenter’s THEY LIVE (’88) is a prophetic piece of sci-fi cinema.
We see the unsettling earlier years of Andrew Cunanan, as well as the tragic story of his father, Modesto.
Marilyn & Lee Miglin cross paths with Andrew Cunanan.
The life of a young immigrant woman, undocumented in NY becomes dangerous after she takes a mysterious yet lucrative job offer.
Dante’s film, for all its laughs, is an important satire about suburban living in America during the 1980s.
A fantastic found footage horror which contrasts the old v. new American Dream in a ghost town, where a group of friends gets lost.
Walt Disney World, like you’ve never seen it. From American Dream to full-blown nightmare.
Loosely based on multiple murderer John List, THE STEPFATHER gets uncomfortable horrific in its attack on the American family.