Mass is in its own way more difficult to watch than a slasher flick. Here, bodies don’t bleed: souls do.
No Time to Die reminds us that even a more heartfelt and earnest take on James Bond still comes with …
There’s a bit of comedy and some heroism in Venom: Let There Be Carnage. But mostly there’s just … carnage.
If Tammy Faye is humanized here, the faith that drove her can be dehumanized much of the time.
Copshop stirs its mystery, manslaughter and muck into a moussaka of ’70s pulp and winking bravado.
Kristen Bell stars in Queenpins, a dramedy about a desperate former Olympian running a massive and illegal coupon scam.
Blue Bayou poignantly highlights the plight some foreign adoptees face even as it batters viewers with tough content.
To get into this pic, you have to kinda enjoy seeing a woman being pounded, stabbed and bloodily abused.
This tale starts off as a wounded woman’s search for resolution and slowly inches its way into palpable darkness.
The vast majority of this film wallows in unnecessary violence, a handful of profanity and a storyline that doesn’t quite …