Only director Jim Jarmusch could conceive this vampire/romance film. Good cast. Quirky with a capital "Q."
Just when you thought that there was no way to improve on perfection, they release this 1938 classic in Blu-ray. Sherwood Forest has never looked finer.
The movie that taught us how to speak English with a French accent. Still a charmer, 59 years later.
Five U.S. soldiers and their Sherman tank take on a bunch of Nazis near the end of WWII. Good cast, but the script could've used more punch. Predictable, but worth at least a watch, if you like the action genre.
Essie Davis, who stars in "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries" since 2012, does an excellent job playing the terrified, single-mother whose only child is obsessed with a child's book that was written in Hell (or at least, possibly, published thereabouts). Suggesting it gets watched not only, but maybe with a crowd. How many friends can fit around your home video system? The more, the scarier.... I mean merrier!