Out Of Sight

January 23, 1999 // 0 Comments

"Out Of Sight" is an engaging film that nicely blends various elements from different genres like thrillers, dramas and romances, and as a result creates an appealing mix of emotions, visuals and plenty of tension. The film explores a feeling we [...]

A Perfect Murder

November 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

Alfred Hitchcock created some of the most fascinating and gripping thrillers in cinematic history, films that still hold up astonishingly well today, some thirty of more years later. Some of his films have become such classics of movie history that a vast [...]

L. A. Confidential

September 9, 1998 // 0 Comments

"L. A. Confidential" was clearly one of the best films of 1997, and it garnered an impressive number of Academy Award nominations. In a hopeless face-off against the behemoth "Titanic", it even succeeded in winning two of the awards, [...]

The Game

June 6, 1998 // 0 Comments

David Fincher has already proven his ability to handle dark themes – his thriller "Seven" a few years ago, helped define a new wave of film noir. With his latest outing, "The Game", starring Michael Douglas and Sean Penn, Fincher [...]

Angel Heart

June 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

It has been a long time since I last saw "Angel Heart", yet I remembered it well. It is a striking movie, expertly blending elements of the horror genre with classic film noir, resulting in a film that defies clichés, creating uniquely [...]

Organized Crime & Triad Bureau

June 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

I really enjoy fast paced and speedy action movies, but "Organized Crime & Triad Bureau" left even me breathless. It is a non- stop, full-throttle, Hong Kong action spectacle that fulfills all its promise admirably. Unlike American action [...]

Godzilla, King Of The Monsters

May 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

Godzilla is experiencing a huge revival these days, especially with the introduction of Roland Emmerich’s new incarnation of the legendary kaiju the Japanese term for giant monster. Godzilla has appeared in an impressively large array of 22 Japanese [...]

Lady In White

May 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

Frank LaLoggia’s "Lady In White" is a visually pleasing, inspired movie with plenty of personality. Unique among its kind and entertaining to watch, this film puts the finger exactly on the term "haunted". It explores experiences and [...]

The Sadist

March 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

It’s a rare commodity when a movie can leave a person with the impression that he’s just sat through a very, very weird flick. I have to admit that All Day Entertainment’s "The Sadist" was just such an experience for me. I mean this in the [...]


February 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

"Hoodlum" is an impetuous movie, based on legendary characters from the 30’s-era Harlem crime scene. Though not completely true to history, neither is it absolutely fictitious. At first glance it appears to be like many other ’30’s crime [...]
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