Richard Harrington, Washington Post

  1. Eve of Destruction 2013 full review
  2. Barbershop 2002 It's a likable venture that just misses being a lovable one.
  3. Mimic 1997 full review
  4. The Crow: City of Angels 1996 Fans of both O'Barr's source inspiration and Brandon Lee's initial embodiment may want to nit-pick, but this Crow has something to crow about. full review
  5. Scream 1996 The best fright fest of the '90s. full review
  6. Leprechaun 1993 full review
  7. The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 This is a modern classic that enriches the Christmas tradition by turning it on its head and spinning it like a bob. full review
  8. Rudy 1993 Indiana has been very good to director David Anspaugh and writer Angelo Pizzo. full review
  9. Hellraiser 3: Hell on Earth 1992 full review
  10. Hardware 1990 full review
  11. The Fly II 1989 full review
  12. No Holds Barred 1989 Charmless, stupid and badly made, No Holds Barred makes Rocky look like Citizen Pain. full review
  13. Hellraiser 1987 It's a dark, frequently disturbing and occasionally terrifying film that suggests Barker's vision hasn't quite made the conversion from paper to celluloid. full review
  14. Switchblade Sisters 1975 The acting is so bad that apparently none of the performers ever got another job in the movies, and the costumes in Ben Hur seem less dated that those on display here.
  15. /titles/199792 full review
  16. /titles/197445 A wholesome, engaging, frequently hilarious, ultimately inspirational film. full review
  17. /titles/198216 It's just another martial arts film, all dressed up with no place to go. full review
  18. /titles/197799 The acting is straight out of '50s B movies. The exposition is clumsy, the sound track corny, the denouement silly. Then again, who said bad taste was easy? full review
  19. /titles/197488 full review
  20. /titles/197472 full review
  21. /titles/198259 As for the conflict, it's hardly riveting and often it's downright silly. The sets and effects betray their downsized budget. And the Japanese bashing is less artful than in Rising Sun, though just as obnoxious. full review