The House With A Clock In Its Walls Review

The House With A Clock In Its Walls is an absolute blast of fun and whimsy, ready to take families on an adventure that the may be familiar with, but will nevertheless still smile...

Assassination Nation Review

In totality, Assassination Nation is a movie that sees its reach exceed its grasp -- but the reach is at least admirable. See full article at »

Life Itself Review

The cast is on point -- particularly Oscar Isaac, shouldering a very difficult role that has to connect two points of the story that really shouldn't connect -- and the witty, tender and curious...

Mandy Review

While Mandy isn't exactly the Nic Cage revenge flick it's making itself out to be, it's certainly a unique and entertaining dive into the trippy and the brutal. See full article at »...

White Boy Rick Review

A bit underwhelming as story, but absolutely magnetic as a collection of performers giving the film their all. See full article at »

A Simple Favor Review

A Simple Favor is anything but simple, resulting in a surprising, thrilling, and funny theatrical ride. See full article at »

The Predator Review

The Predator still isn't able to quite recapture whatever magic in a bottle the original film created, but it is able to make for an entertaining enough sequel. See full article at »...

Sierra Burgess Is A Loser Review

Sierra Burgess is a Loser is a film that genre fans will be able to watch with great ease, as it pays lip service to the conventions of the genre, while injecting enough new...

Peppermint Review

Peppermint centers its story on Riley North, a Southern California mom trying her best to make ends meet while also building a happy and stable life for her young daughter. See full article at...

The Nun Review

The Nun isn't the full meal one would expect from films associated with The Conjuring, but it's a rather appetizing continuation of the trend that's seen major studios learning to do horror justice again. ...

The Little Stranger Review

It's deliberate in its storytelling, and may not fully satisfy those who watch horror for the blood-letting, but those willing to invest in it will be immensely rewarded. See full article at »...

Operation Finale Review

It's a film that could be Inglourious Basterds-meets-Argo, but it very much isn't either. See full article at »

Let The Corpses Tan Review

If you're looking for a lightning quick, violent as hell thrill ride that gets your heart pumping, you should feel free to Let The Corpses Tan. See full article at »

Kin Review

It shouldn't be a problem for those who do take a chance on Kin to not only fall into its rather unique universe, but to come out on the other side wanting to see...

Papillon Review

With the 1973 original not going anywhere, this remake has to be called the second best Papillon film - but it has its merits. See full article at »