A man is murdered but nobody helps. A year later, the brutal killer returns.
Nina drives her son Dorian to an HBCU, but along the way they're stuck in a loop with an angry white cop.
George P. Cosmatos uses OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN to explore the effects of a capitalist rat race on the individual and their family
SLICE is nothing special, though it's full of commentary about modern social divisions, urban renewal, and racists.
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?
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.
A movie that has a lot going for it, that gets wasted. Like a shitty pipe dream.