Newly restored early crime thriller by Bong Joon-Ho (Parasite).

A big-city detective helps two inept small-town cops investigate a serial killer.

"2003's Memories Of Murder is one of Bong Joon-ho's (Parasite) most acclaimed films, a Zodiac-esque tale of the police hunt for a serial killer in South Korea, blending thrills and pathos and gags in his signature Bong-ian brew.

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"Joel Schumacher's teen vampire thriller blends horror, humor, and plenty of visual style with standout performances from a cast full of young 1980s stars." - Rotten Tomatoes

"The Lost Boys is a nice balance of the genres, thus appealing to wide tastes. The film is fun, and not too frightening, and delivers lines with impeccable timing." - Anchorage Press

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“In 2001, 27-year-old writer-director Richard Kelly created a pop classic of American suburban paranoia in Donnie Darko. This film made Tears for Fears hip (kind of) and had a tremendous discovery in the young Jake Gyllenhaal, playing Donnie, a high-school kid on medication for the symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia.

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Zombie-battling hero Ash takes on an army of skeletons after being sent back in time.

"Hilarious and unexpectedly adventurous, this horror/comedy is like Indiana Jones meets Sinbad in the three worlds of Gulliver." - Gone with the Twins

"Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness delivers a great conclusion to what is one of the most unique trilogies in cinema history, providing a ton of laughs and plenty of exciting action in the process." - The Blue Spot

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