Being Stanley Kubrick’s exhilarating portrait of a young man, drinking moloko plus, readying for a night of ultraviolence.
Pack a bag for Alejando Gonzalez Inarritu’s multi-character international drama starring Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Rinko Kikuchi and Gael Garcia Bernal. Watch instantly.
Nothing can prepare you for director Takashi Miike’s jaw-dropping grand guignol revenge fantasy. A gruesome tale you can watch instantly.
South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s good-natured mix of porno and superhero film makes for a slight but extremely likable diversion.
Dennis Christopher bicycle-races toward adulthood in director Peter Yates’ terrific coming-of-age tale co-starring Dennis Quaid, Daniel Stern and Jackie Earl Haley. Watch instantly.
Kim Basinger’s six-year-old niece is the key player in an epic battle between good and evil in this absurd religious horror film that could really use a sense of humor.
If you surrender yourself to the idea that Uwe Boll actually believes that he makes good films, you’ll find much to enjoy in the many video game installments of his “cinema of delusion.”
Frank Marshall’s unfairly maligned adaptation of Michael Crichton’s novel is actually an entertaining old-fashioned B-movie jungle adventure, complete with a talking gorilla and angry hippos.
Thank Big Brother that the actual 1984 wasn’t anything like this disturbing adaptation of George Orwell’s dystopian sci-fi novel.
Shannon Elizabeth throws the ultimate Halloween party in this clumsily over-the-top remake of the 1988 horror comedy.