M. Night Shyamalan's brooding drama taps our fear of the unknown
"We are not alone!" screamed the ads when this science fiction classic was first released to theaters in 1977.
After viewing Martin Scorsese's raw, visceral film, one must decompress for several hours.
Steven Bach's account details one of the most famous disasters in film history
Before viewing last year's little sleaze-fest Wonderland, be prepared to wallow in a Hollywood-created world of drug addiction, bad hair, crappy clothes and blood-splattered walls.
Most of Spike Lee's work, well hell, all of it, has dealt with the lives of black men and women in America. So it came as a surprise when he decided to make 25th Hour.
With all the summer hoopla surrounding the end-of-the-world saga "The Day After Tomorrow," I'm reminded of this classic British disaster film.
Has film making become so formulaic we can no longer suffer a hero's death?
Why I liked this valentine of a movie....