Here we go again… again.
The swan song of the Killer Tomatoes is the least funny and most bizarre film in the franchise.
The Killer Tomatoes franchise finally becomes what everyone assumed it would be in its third installment.
Chaos reigns when the Killer Tomatoes meet the 1980s.
If we’re going to spend October looking at bizarre things that can kill, let’s ketchup with the original “this is an actual movie?!” premise.
In Germany, no one can hear you scream.
Is Garm Wars: The Last Druid as awful as its title?
Finally the battle of the sexes is told the way it was meant to be, with laser guns and a sasquatch.
The sequel to Bimbos B.C. is almost watchable!
Don’t let the name fool you, it’s actually pretty bad.
Blade Runner 2049 proves that even a lousy and unnecessary sequel made decades too late can be a great film.
With the upcoming release of Disney’s second Star Wars spinoff, let’s take a look back at the first one.
Who would have thought that the Polish would have something to say about the horrors of war?
They can't all be The Hunger Games.
Can a movie be both forgettable and a must-see?
Move over Annie Hall, the real best romantic comedy of the 1970s is here!
A throwback that celebrates and improves upon the direct-to-VHS post-apocalypse movies of the 1980s.
Avoid the Noid in the derivative post-apocalyptic future of 2307: Winter's Dream.
A politically-charged nightmare about two people in Brooklyn on the first day of the second civil war.
It's gonna make all them wild beasts look tame tonight.