Rob Zombie’s mismanagement of nostalgia and modern expectations leaves us with a half-baked attempt that was brimming with great potential.
Prepare to throw your horns in the air.
A promising ghost story that leaves a mark.
In Collider’s look back at classic films, we pull back the shower curtain on Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock’s brilliant piece of cinema.
Director Chinonye Chukwu follows ‘Clemency’ with this account of Emmett Till’s lynching and the resilient woman who channeled her pain into the fight against racial injustice, premiering at the New York Film Festival.
The horror film boasts a strong central performance and the jump-scares and intrigue are haunting enough to keep the story afloat.
Collider reviews western Dead For a Dollar with Christoph Waltz and Willem Dafoe.
As I have always said, I’m a huge fan of A24. I always look forward to whatever they are making, as it is generally going to be new, original and creative. Bodies Bodies Bodies is not one of these movies. The story for Bodies Bodies Bodies is: When a group of rich 20-somethings plan a […]
The Sanderson Sisters are back and causing mayhem in Salem, Massachusettes in their joyful return to Hocus Pocus 2 on Disney+.
The Greatest Beer Run Ever isn’t funny enough to be a memorable comedy nor engaging enough to be a compelling drama.
The claustrophobic nature of the script and the singularity of the main character give the music in Mona Lisa and The Blood Moon purpose and swagger.