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Is White Snake 2: Green Snake equal to the sum of its parts? Find out in our review.
Why does Single All The Way not quite work? Find out in our review.
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What makes 'We Couldn't Become Adults' so melancholically effective? Find out in our review.
Why does Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City fall flat? Find out in our review.
Why might you want to check out Aardman's new Netflix original Robin Robin? Find out in our review.
Is 8-Bit Christmas worth a watch on the ol' Max? Find out in our review.
What works in the first three episodes of The Wheel of Time? Find out in our review.
Why is Hellbound worth binge-watching? Find out in our review.
Why is The Princess Switch 3: Romancing The Star so fun to watch? Find out in our review.
Candyman ends up being its own worst enemy, making for a sometimes appetizing sensory feast that unfortunately doesn't amount to much lasting sustenance. Here's our review.
If you plan to power through all the Insidious and Conjuring films, their spin-offs, and spiritual successors, make sure you put Malignant pretty far down on the list.
After 20 years, looking back at this forgotten Burton oddity is a real helluva blast. Here's our review for Planet of the Apes.
One could argue that such a shallow examination of its subject matter is disrespectful, but this film isn't so much an examination, as it is a celebration.
As fun as it might be to laugh at the ridiculous, unsexy hijinks of Pippa and Thomas, that doesn't make it a good movie. Here's our review for The Voyeurs.
What works and doesn't work in Creepshow Season 3? Find out in our review.
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Friendzone is a Frankenstein's monster of romantic comedies, which could be seen as either annoying or nostalgic, depending on the viewer. Here's our review.
Some Blumhouse movies stand out over others. Which one is Bingo Hell? Read our review and find out.
Does this new installment in the "Welcome to the Blumhouse" series measure up? Find out in our review.
Does Antlers deliver on scares? Find out in our review.
Is this prequel centered around Matthias Schweighöfer's Army of the Dead character worth a watch? Find out in our review.
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Is 'Spencer' worth seeing in theaters? Find out in our review.
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How does Ghostbusters: Afterlife get it right? Find out in our review.
Is the latest Bond installment must-watch or more of the same? Read our review!
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Does Finch cinematically take Apple TV + to the next level? Find out in our review.
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There's a unique energy and passion in directorial debuts that always reminds me why I love cinema, and it's especially inspiring and exciting when a first feature is a bold, daring assault of a film...
When watching a horror film, it's never a good sign when it evokes more awkwardness than scares. Most of the time, it's not for lack of trying. At some point in the filmmaking process, something either doesn't pull its weight, or an ingredient just doesn't fit, so the whole film suffers because of it...
Today is the 20th anniversary of the David Twohy science fiction horror film, Pitch Black. It's hard to believe that in February of 2000, Bill Clinton was still our president, the now cult favorite Danny Boyle film, The Beach was a freshly certified flop, commercially and critically and Vin Diesel (pre- The Fast and the Furious) was still relatively unknown.
Every now and then, I go into a film completely blind. Blind to the trailer, blind to the writer and director, I shield myself from promotional materials and most importantly, critical reception. By practicing this, I come away from a film without the expectation of quality or pointing out what a peer of mine has said about it.
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42 years ago, a cinematic legacy was born. 1978 saw Michael Myers for the first time in John Carpenter's Halloween... ...Carpenter would later become not only a father to the Halloween series, but the horror genre as a whole. There's no denying that he is and will always be a vital force in horror.