A group of teens witness an alien invasion. Ambitious zero-budget semi-professional found-footage zombie/alien invasion mash-up with good moments but an inability to sustain coherence through iffy script and acting. Followed by The Darkest Dawn.
Enjoyable comedy that sees a group of gaming friends caught up in a real murder mystery. Some laugh out loud moments here, with a strong cast that make good on some flimsy material at times. Worth a look!
A framed lawyer and a maverick cop team up to expose a medical conspiracy. John Woo blends Hong Kong heroic bloodshed with his SF-underscored US actioners in this enjoyably overwrought chase movie. Guns, trials bikes and doves all present and correct.
A mechanic turned drug mule has to battle the prison system to save his pregnant wife from the dealers he owes. Slow-paced but inexorable, this crime drama/horror mash-up isn’t for everyone, but is both brilliant and brutal if you can go with it.
A meteorologist and a US Treasury agent combat thieves using a hurricane as cover for a robbery. Underpowered mashup of Twister and Hard Rain with some good moments – Ralph Ineson’s baddie is fun – but an over-reliance on cliche and CG storms.
Immortal warriors battle across time; matters come to a head in contemporary New York. Daft but entertaining SF/fantasy hybrid, with decent performances, flashy direction and now-quaint visual effects. As 80s as it gets.
A retired rock singer has to rescue his kidnapped wife. Oddball comedy-thriller with some good ideas and performances, but awkward logic and a lack of actual action. A bit of a mess, but not without its moments; Banderas seems to be enjoying himself.