Filled with creepy occultism, Gretel & Hansel is made of gingerbread: Alluring to look at, but structurally and morally hollow.
The Turning offers a collection of dirty-mirror jump scenes in search of a point. Or a message. Or a story.
Underwater skips exposition altogether and leaps with videogame-like glee into its deadly, high-pressure destruction.
An ugly, gruesome and confused meh of a film.
If you resort to violence to end violence, are you really accomplishing anything?
This horror/comedy/fantasy mash-up tries to make light of Satan worship and spiritual hauntings.
Doctor Sleep doesn’t just want to scare you: It wants to shock and even sicken you.
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This cinematic nor’easter is more disheartening and spiritually oppressive than nearly anything you’re apt to find on a theater screen.
This movie is a pointless joke with a crushed-skull punchline: Like your average zombie, it doesn’t have a single reason …