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  • 47 Meters Down
  • 47 Meters Down (PG-13)

    The only thing this so-called thriller has going for it is widescreen cinematography by Mark Silk, a pro with more than two dozen film and TV credits in marine work; he conveys the vastness and terrors of the sea far better than Johannes Roberts and Ernest Riera do with their preposterous screenplay. more...
  • Fright Night (R)

    In the cult favorite Fright Night (1985), a fatherless schoolboy begins to suspect that the suave new neighbor (Chris Sarandon) flirting with his mom is a vampire; for help the kid turns to a TV horror movie host (Roddy McDowall) who claims to be a fearless vampire killer. more...
  • Fright Night 3D (R)

    In the cult favorite Fright Night (1985), a fatherless schoolboy begins to suspect that the suave new neighbor (Chris Sarandon) flirting with his mom is a vampire; for help the kid turns to a TV horror movie host (Roddy McDowall) who claims to be a fearless vampire killer. more...
  • The Fly

    David Cronenberg's 1986 remake of the Vincent Price shocker, though what it reminds you of most, in its uneasy meld of physical deformity and romance, is Peter Bogdanovich's Mask. more...
  • Friday the 13th (R)

    This low-budget horror film plays like a Xerox copy of Halloween (with an ending cribbed from Carrie), but it became one of 1980's biggest hits. more...