“Saint Maud” is brimming with enough supernatural scares and body horror to satisfy genre fans, and at the same time there are enough heady questions and psychological horror to thrill the rest.
“Dreamland” is undercut by a thin script with even thinner characters, leaving no substance with which the audience can connect.
In “Jungleland,” director Max Winkler has crafted a story of survival that feels familiar, both cinematically and personally.
If a fun “popcorn” film is what you seek, then “Love and Monsters” delivers with a light adventure romp and plenty of heart and monster action.
While “Possessor” will certainly not appeal to the masses, the individuals who do seek it out will not be disappointed.
“Antebellum” tries its hardest to deliver the same suspense and damning social commentary that Jordan Peele’s films do, but the ham-fisted result pales in comparison.
If you’re a fan of the first two films, then you will certainly not be disappointed with “Bill & Ted Face the Music.”
Director Ciro Guerra’s latest film verges on becoming an awards contender, but ultimately falls short.
In a world where female sexuality is so often associated with guilt and shame, “Yes, God, Yes” provides a refreshing take on the pleasure it can bring.
Unfortunately, this vacation gone awry isn’t anything you haven’t already seen done before – and done better.
Kelly Reichardt’s “First Cow” uses a simple story and deliberate pacing to create an endearing story of friendship and adventure.