TURBO KID. Kitsch, enthusiasm, and immense fun
Turbo Kid is a complete work, saturated with the right dose of kitsch, enthusiasm, professionalism, story, blood, and imagination.
BLIND FURY. Gem of a movie
If there were a plebiscite for the most popular actor of the VHS era, I’m sure Rutger Hauer would rank very high, very high indeed.
ROAD HOUSE. Truly masculine cinema
The core of the story is truly masculine cinema, where there’s plenty of ass-kicking, a few bodies drop, and perky boobs are in abundance.
SEX EDUCATION: Season 4. Let's Talk About Emotions [REVIEW]
Everything that is good comes to an end eventually…
THE BLOOD OF HEROES. Post-apocalyptic championships
I had the urge to become a Juggers player and spike a dog skull on a pole myself.
ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY. New level of quality
The director seems to have won some kind of battle with the studio because he may not have been allowed to create a full-fledged war film in the Star...
MONSTERS. Gareth Edward's post-apocalyptic low-budget science fiction
It quickly becomes apparent that Monsters is a road movie.
THE PROMISED LAND. Historical drama with a discrete allure
The new historical drama starring Mads Mikkelsen has a certain indescribable allure, an attractive concentration of events.