• Locke


    A gripping and intoxicating film from Steven Knight about a night on the road where a man talks to various people on his car phone as he's coming home where his life begins to unravel as it features a tremendous performance from Tom Hardy.

  • Demolition Man

    Demolition Man

    Set in 2032, Marco Brambilla's action film about a 20th Century police officer and a 20th Century criminal being frozen up and then waking up in the 21st Century is starting to feel real as this reality of eating plant-based meat (fucking disgusting), drinking broccoli smoothies while singing "I'm an Oscar Meyer Weiner", no smoking, no sex, no chocolate, no spicy food, no profanity, no toilet paper, and no pornography feels so prophetic of what the world is becoming. Please…

  • Jason and the Argonauts

    Jason and the Argonauts

    An exhilarating and visually-exciting film from Don Chaffey that features incredible special effects work from Ray Harryhausen in this story of an explorer who is tasked to find the Golden Fleece for a king in the hope he can reclaim his throne as he endures all sorts of monsters and creatures.

  • The Final Girls

    The Final Girls

    A witty and inventive horror-comedy about a young woman and her friends who attend a revival screening where they end up being part of the film as a young woman tries to save the woman her mother played many years ago as it features great performances from Taissa Farmiga and Malin Akerman.

  • Rio


    A delightful and witty comedy where a rare blue parrot goes to Rio to meet its mate in order to breed a new flock only that he couldn't fly and he and his mate are being snatched by evil bird smugglers with a fun soundtrack and funny stuff that the kids will like.

  • Happy Gilmore

    Happy Gilmore

    A great comedy from the 1990s that explores a wannabe hockey player who becomes a golfer to help raise money to buy his grandmother's house back as he deals with one of the greatest villains ever created in cinema. Shooter McGavin.

    "That's 2 thus far Shooter". "Oh you can count. Good for you" "And you can count... on me waiting for you in the parking lot!"

  • Stripes


    One of the greatest comedies of the 1980s as it follows a couple of losers who decide to join the Army to make their lives better only to become the new poster boys of what the American Army should become with a rag-tag group of misfits that include John Candy, Judge Reinhold, Sean Young, PJ Soles, and Warren Oates as their drill sergeant.

  • Titane


    Definitely a film not for the faint of heart or for the casual film goer as Julia Ducournau's body-horror story of a showgirl/serial killer who goes on the run after being impregnated by a car is this strange yet exhilarating film that is about a woman dealing with her identity and helping a lonely firefighter cope with loneliness as she pretends to be his long-lost son as it features great performances from Agathe Rousselle and Vincent Lindon. Read Full Review.

  • Little Man

    Little Man

    An idiotic and ridiculous yet hilarious film about a pint-sized criminal who pretends to be a baby for a young couple so he can retrieve a diamond he stole while he learns about the ideas of love and family while helping a bunch of kids beat the shit out of that stupid anti-vaxxer Rob Schneider in an un-credited cameo as a man in a dinosaur costume. My mother liked that a lot.

  • Mirror


    While it doesn't have much of a plot nor a conventional narrative in favor of using collages and imagery to explore a man looking back on his life. The film does remain an astonishing triumph from Andrei Tarkovsky who delves into his past as a child as it relates to his relationship with his mother as well as the world around him in a film that isn't easy to watch but it is rewarding in its presentation.

  • Just Mercy

    Just Mercy

    A riveting and mesmerizing drama based on the real-life wrongful conviction of Walter "Johnny D." McMillian and Bryan Stevenson's determination to exonerate him as it is told with such sensitivity by Destin Daniel Cretton with great performances from Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx, and Brie Larson.

  • Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

    A tremendously fun and thrilling film from Steven Spielberg that is one of his best films as well as a great action-adventure film with some humor as it stands as a fitting end to a great trilogy (though we know a new one might come soon) as it has the titular character go on a quest to find the Holy Grail with his father as it features great performance from Harrison Ford and Sean Connery as Henry Jones Sr.