Some interesting magic history, a few neat tricks and lots of David Blaine's self-hating magic style-endurance artist crap.
Starts out with some amusing short stories but never amounts to much. The main plot line is barely existent and the stories are pointless.
Yeah that's right, a novelization of Zardoz. It's just as inexplicable as the movie.
This one is so bad it's good. Another Italian zombie movie. This one has bad overly lit make-up, no plot, ridiculous situations (a bear trap in the middle of the estate grounds), and a 30-year-old playing an 11 year-old with an Oedipus complex to the extreme.
A violent and gritty kung-fu movie starring Sonny Chiba. Terrisan is basically playing a kung-fu version of Tuco from the Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
Early thriller by Lucio Fulci. Moves along pretty well , but the story is predictable with some laughably misplaced moments of violence and a few squirmy kids and sex moments.
Much better than the Royal Tanenbaums. Slow paced and unfunny at times, but worth viewing for the art direction alone.
Low Budget 60s exploitation by Jess Franco. Entertaining, but not quite as stylish as I expected. The soundtrack is excellent and there is one or two memorable scenes.
Documentary about National Spelling Bee. Not a terribly deep movie, but entertaining nonetheless.
Dario Argento murder thriller. Fairly ridiculous plot, but makes up for it in style, pacing and music.
French Gothic horror from the 60s. Some creepy imagery and fairly good pacing for an old movie.
Surprisingly good drug cartel style 80's actioner about a blind martial artist hero played very well by Rutger Hauer.
Some scary moments, but mostly just retread and patchy story telling.
The best sci-fi movie since The Matrix. Fast, funny and intense. My opinion is probably tainted by my liking of the series, Firefly.