A cryptic and surreal slog.
Nine Days’ problems can be held in tension with its purpose.
There’s a lot here to appreciate if you’re in the mood for a good scare at the movies.
Much like the man himself, Joe Bell has a good heart but struggles to show it.
Tournament of Champions is little more than 90 minutes of evil torment, frantic searches, overacted screeches and foul language.
The Guide to the Perfect Family wants you to know that the picturesque family you follow on Instagram probably has …
Summertime tries to offer a glimmer of hope to characters who are hurting and confused.
A dribbling smorgasbord of gore, exposed teen flesh and enough nasty profanity to make a curse-casting witch feel outclassed.
While the film can be twisty and satisfying, the lack of any real praise-worthy behavior feels a bit criminal in …
This is a frenetic, bloody mess in some ways. But in that mess, you have moments of moral clarity about …