Even the usually reliable Ronan can’t help the confounding writing and directorial choices on display here.
Manages to twist sci-fi conventions to the point of being unconventional.
Featuring a truly astounding, kaleidoscopic performance from young Laia Artigas.
The work of a dying man; a gift to the nation he loved dearly and hated in equal measure. It is perfect.
Sure, those FX haven’t aged well, but ‘Spawn’ director Mark DippeÌ delivered a fun, gore-saturated yarn with this forgotten pic.
This wonderful tonal juggling act combines the serious and whimsical to great success.
Landis’ only other horror film apart from ‘An American Werewolf in London’ needs reconsideration from cinephiles.
A fascinating character study and a cleverly crafted, unexpected whodunit.