The Cody family keeps falling apart, as Craig goes wild, and J might have another scheme up his sleeve.
Season 5 returns with a figurative and literal blast, as the Cody family faces life without Smurf, and it’s no less chaotic.
All good things come to an end.
Smurf gets a diagnosis. J is struggling with Angela back again.
The annual Purge is about to commence. Are you prepared?
Only Larry Cohen could give us a crime film mixed with a creature feature that sees a giant dragon-like creature terrorising The Chrysler Building.
An unexpected horror treat, this is one interesting little slasher that zigs then zags, and proves Bill Engvall’s a scary bastard.
The second RAMPAGE film isn’t near what the first was, nor does it do anything different whatsoever.
Jennifer Lynch walks a different path than her director father, although it’s one that is similarly weird. Morbid fascination is clearly a Lynch family trait.
Based on a real life family of robbers in Australia, this film dives deep into crime and the paranoia associated with a family where even the bonds of blood can’t guarantee safety.
This film never gets the credit it deserves. But it’s one of the best post-2000 crime-thrillers out there, directed/written by the one and only James Gray.
Animal Factory. 2000. Directed by Steve Buscemi. Screenplay by Edward Bunker & John Steppling; based on the novel by Bunker. Starring Edward Furlong, Willem Dafoe, Danny Trejo, Mark Boone Junior, Seymour Cassel, Mickey Rourke, Tom Arnold, John Heard, Chris Bauer, Rockets Redglare, Jake La Botz, Mark Engelhardt, Edward Bunker, Victor Pagan, Ernest Harden Jr., AfemoContinue reading “Animal Factory Reveals the Machinery Within the Beast of a Flawed Prison System”