As the lead character says, “Life is brutal.” And so is this film.
Jolt is frustrating in that it doesn’t give its audience much to root for.
Between the foul language, terrifying images and bodies being torn apart, it feels like Spiral deserves an NC-17 rating.
The most disturbing element here is the demonic activity that seeps into nearly every minute of this unnecessarily long movie.
There’s a lot about our heroine worth commending—just as there’s a lot about her, and the film itself, that isn’t.
Tailor-made to be what Hollywood believes a teen audience should be consuming nowadays.
Apart from the political ideas this franchise tries to unpack, there’s still all that gruesome violence to deal with.
America: The Motion Picture is impressive in that it still manages to be completely and utterly forgettable.
This pic ends up feeling unnecessarily slimy.
Werewolves Within is a strange beast. So to speak.