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Maximum Overdrive(1986)
Writer-director Stephen King falls short in his debut at the helm with Maximum Overdrive, an absurd tale about a radiation storm that somehow animates machines across the world, causing them to turn on their makers. The film focuses on a group of survivors held captive at the Dixie Boy Diner by a gr...
The Last American Virgin(1982)
3 teenagers are looking to lose their virginity, and two of them end up in a love triangle with a woman they both have a crush on. What starts out as a teen sex comedy ends up as a drama with an ending that's still being debated over a quarter of a century after the film's release.
The Howling(1981)
This groundbreaking, darkly-comic horror film from director Joe Dante changed the look and feel of werewolf movies in ways light-years distant from Universal's horror classic The Wolf Man. The story begins with television reporter/anchor Karen White (Dee Wallace) taking part in a dangerous police op...
The Dentist II(1998)
In this sequel to 1996's The Dentist, Corbin Bernsen returns as Dr. Feinstone, the obsessive-compulsive dentist whose wife's infidelities left him a deranged monster. Picking up on the IRS audit subplot of the original film, The Dentist II tracks Feinstone after his escape from a mental institution...
The Dentist(1996)
In this spoofy horror outing from veteran genre director Brian Yuzna, L.A. Law vet Corbin Bernsen plays Dr. Feinstone, an anal-retentive Beverly Hills dentist with an amusement park of an office replete with Planet Hollywood-worthy, themed exam rooms, piped-in opera music, and a crisp, efficient sta...
Teen Wolf 2(1987)
Jason Bateman stars in this sequel to Teen Wolf as the original's cousin, Todd. Though not a boxer, he receives a college boxing scholarship, and upon discovering that he is afflicted with the same werewolf genetics, transforms from unremarkable to unbelievable.
Tales From the Hood(1995)
This entertaining horror anthology is set in the scariest places in America: its inner-city ganglands. The four stories here are, of course, of varying quality: "Rogue Cop Revelation" and "KKK Comeuppance" are both preachy and average, while "Boys Do Get Bruised" is a well-done tale of magical reven...
Silver Bullet(1985)
In this undistinguished Stephen King horror adaptation, the good residents of Tarker's Mill are dense enough to ignore or explain away a series of violent deaths until a little boy is torn to pieces while flying his kite after dark. At that point, the men gang up and go into the fog-shrouded woods t...
Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker(1991)
In this horror film, malicious toymaker Joe Petto (Mickey Rooney) and his creepy son, Pino (Brian Bremer), terrorize the residents of a small town with the deadly toys they create. After her husband is killed by one of Petto's toys, Sarah (Jane Higginson) and her troubled son Derek (William Thorne)...
Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation(1990)
When a long-running horror series brings in cult director Brian Yuzna (Society, The Dentist), the resulting film is generally a huge change of pace. Sometimes, as in the marvelous Return of the Living Dead III, that is a good thing. In this case, the result is a big, confused mess. Maud Adams stars...
Quote O' Matic
  • Roger Rabbit: What could have possibly happened to you to turn you into such a sourpuss?
  • Eddie Valiant: You wanna know? (Roger nods) I'll tell ya. A toon killed my twin-brother.
  • Roger Rabbit: (frightened) A toon?!? No!
  • Eddie Valiant: That's right. A toon. We were investigating an armed robbery at the First National Bank of Toontown. Back in those days, me and Theodore liked workin' Toontown. Thought it was a lotta laughs. Anyway, this guy got away with a zillion simoleons. We trailed him to a little dive down on Yukster Street....
  • Roger Rabbit: (sobs hysterically) No wonder you hate me! If a toon killed my twin-brother, I'd hate me, too.
  • Eddie Valiant: Come on. Don't cry, Roger. I don't hate you.
  • Roger Rabbit: Yes, you do!
  • Eddie Valiant: No, I don't.
  • Roger Rabbit: You do hate me. Otherwise, You would have yanked my ears all the time.
  • Eddie Valiant: I am sorry that I yanked your ears.
  • Roger Rabbit: (Cheering) All the time you've yanked my ears. Well, Put it there, pal. I am feel so much better. Oh boy, I hope it's another cartoon. (Runs a newsreel) Jeepers another stupid newsreel. I hate the news.
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