The plot may make no sense, but this gory, psychedelic fever dream still retains its power after all these years.
If he acts like a rich white dude and talks like a rich white dude, does it matter if he has no idea what he’s doing?
A small, emotional film from Communist Hungary about the unlikely friendship between two women from different worlds.
This all-encompassing sequel involves at least two separate movies that never quite meet.
This early slasher film defined the tropes of the genre and started a string of sequels that’s still happening
Francis Ford Coppola’s mafia epic is now fixed in American culture.
Mel Brooks takes a western pastiche and pushes the boundaries of comedy about racism. Oh, and it’s super funny.
Before “Star Wars,” George Lucas made this ancestor of a million teenager movies.
Robert Altman’s magnum opus provides a cross-section of humanity at a time not-so-different from our own, plus a full hour of country music performances.
This classic 70s horror film laid bare the fragility of our modern world through being so, so weird