An “experimental” horror movie that’s about vampires, sort of, and… other things? What things you ask? I’m not sure.
A movie that looks deep into its own soul and finds only horror.
Your reader poll winner is a high-flying martial arts extravaganza that I think was the first subtitled movie I (and lots of other people) saw in a theater.
A big old sword and sandals epic that revived the genre and became a personal favorite of mine.
A very different kind of sports movie, or maybe a very different kind of romance.
An absolutely gorgeous romance about missed opportunities set in 1960s Hong Kong.
This comedy/drama about a teenage Rolling Stone writer hanging out with a 1970s rock band is probably the 2000 movie I’ve watched the greatest number of times.
Francis Ford Coppola recently released a re-edited version of the least-acclaimed film of his famous mafia trilogy, but how much of a difference does it make?
Meryl Streep’s all-timer of a performance can’t make me ever want to watch this movie again.
In which we learn that it’s possible to be nostalgic about something yet not remember it as perfect.