Reggie teams up with two fellow travellers to find Mike. Decent series continuation with some neat asides about middle America. For fans only by this stage, but a few striking moments for newbies as well.
Reggie and Mike stalk The Tall Man across America. Straightforward sequel to the 1979 original, retaining a little of the first movie’s dream logic, but focusing more on road movie thrills and on upgraded makeup effects set-pieces.
When a standing stone is disturbed, an Irish village is terrorised by an ancient creature. Patchy horror with some interesting folk-horror moments and one impressive stunt, though let down by clunky execution and an especially poor monster.
A slacker builds a cardboard labyrinth in his living room. Deliberately quirky horror-comedy, which takes its single idea as far as can reasonably be done. Inventive and fun, this doesn’t outstay its welcome.
A family impacted by grief begins to experience mysterious occurrences. Splendid slow-burn horror about loss and faith. Lots to enjoy, with a creepy atmosphere well-sustained, and some fine variations on old genre ideas.
How about a different opinion? Here’s Xussia’s.
A late night train is attacked by werewolves. Straightforward Brit B-movie, playing its few cards admirably straight. Makes the most of its single carriage location, and throws in some very decent practical effects.
Innovative and visually breathtaking sci-fi, with Reeves and co discovering they are the last humans surviving through a computer simulation. Still lots of fun 20 years later.