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.
Richard Stanley’s awesome post-apocalyptic sci-fi tale chronicles the bloody rampage of a self-repairing cyborg that was just meant to be a cool Christmas present.
Remember a time when Mel Gibson just acted crazy with this 1997 man-on-the-run thriller co-starring Julia Roberts and Patrick Stewart.
Cinema and Japanese puppet theatre clash and burn in this middling experiment starring Josh Hartnett, Ron Perlman, Woody Harrelson and Demi Moore.
Horror and comedy go great together in this cautionary backwoods tale about how sometimes a little misunderstanding could lead to someone’s face getting chopped off.
Mario Van Peebles’ uneasy mix of blaxploitation, western and hip hop makes for a rough ride into the sunset.
Law students, take note: don’t take a job at the morgue, lest you become tormented by a serial killer and a cranky Nick Nolte like poor Ewan McGregor.
Ashton Kutcher is gone but his time traveling legacy lives on as Chris Carmack keeps messing up reality as he tries to solve his girlfriend’s murder.