A stand-up comedian, Samir, discovers newfound power after putting his life into his act. But then his life begins to change, and not always for the better.
This Brazilian film has plenty of bite, reserved in full for the bourgeois cannibal economy of capitalism.
Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Need your fill of holiday horrors? Father Gore has you covered! Rejoice!
Jeff gets good and bad news about Vivian
The infamous Ozploitation flick BODY MELT is a gory satire of the fitness industry as just another modern horrorshow.
A little more comedy this time around in the first sequel to SLEEPAWAY CAMP. And a lot more Angela!
SLICE is nothing special, though it's full of commentary about modern social divisions, urban renewal, and racists.
Larry Cohen's IT'S ALIVE is one of the first really postmodern monster movies, where the idea of family and parenthood comes under fire.
Dante's film, for all its laughs, is an important satire about suburban living in America during the 1980s.
MOTEL HELL is one horror's best satires, of other movies in the genre, as well as food, the industry surrounding it, and the people who eat it.
One of the strangest films of the '70s, and of Larry Cohen's, GOD TOLD ME TO strikes at belief, faith, & Christianity.