Tarzan’s Greatest Adventure is considered one of the better adaptation of the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs’ creation and indeed, it is a solid action-adventure flick with a wonderful performance by Gordon Scott and Anthony Quayle as the villain.
Wings for the Eagle is a lesser war drama (and romance) saved mostly for the performances by Ann Sheridan and Dennis Morgan. This is the first release for the movie on DVD and probably would be a nice watch for fans of that era of cinema.
The Satanic Rites of Dracula is a fun little horror-thriller that places two amazing veteran actors together in Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, the latter once again portraying one of the best cinematic villains in Dracula.
Supergirl might not be some misunderstood movies of the 1980s and indeed it is at times pretty awful, particularly in terms of the cheap production design, bad dialogue and nonsensical moments, and yet the movie has its charms, most notably Helen Slater.
The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean is a solid western which is saying something coming from someone who generally isn’t the biggest fan of the genre outside of the classics and it excels thanks to Paul Newman’s charms.