Twenty years on, has Quentin Tarantino been able to better Reservoir Dogs? We say no.
Before there was Sarah Michelle Gellar, there was Kristy Swanson, who had a much lighter touch on the old vampire-killing front. Nadene revisits Buffy's first ever outing.
Wild, irreverent, crude and brilliant... No, we're not talking about Ramp.ie's last night out. We're talking about The Young Ones, a TV show we still can't believe ever got made.
I Am The Ripper is... Well, I Am The Ripper is all about... You see, the thing about I Am The Ripper is that.... Oh, it's no use; we can't summarise it adequately here. Just read the damn article. Le Wow.
There are many reasons to watch Youngblood (1986), but they all pale in comparison to 'Keanu Reeves attempts a French accent'.
It's the 'T' in PTSD. It's the two hours in a hell not seen since Manchester United visited Galatasaray. Ladies and gentlemen, Ramp is proud to present the worst sports film of all time. OF ALL TIME.
Breaking Bad, Imma let you finish but Sunset Beach was the greatest show of all time. OF ALL TIME.
In 1995, independent filmmaker Tom DiCillo made an independent film about independent filmmakers making an independent film. The result was Living In Oblivion, and it is spectacular.
The Plank doesn't have the most interesting premise, but it's an exercise in perfect comic timing and more inspirational than we give it credit for. Laura revisits the almost-silent classic.
A cast of Playmates and daytime soap opera veterans, the look of a feature length Duran Duran video and more explosions than you can shake an unnecessarily exposed nipple at.
Pints, guns, teeth, fire, jetpacks, magic, hedges, piranhas, mortars, stomping, smoke and Smarties. All in an afternoon's work in Giants: Citizen Kabuto.
The Cartier Affair sees bumbling ex-con David Hasselhoff pretend to be a gay secretary so he can steal Joan Collins' jewels and repay his debts to gangster Telly Savalas. Astonishingly, none of that is dream-stuff.