Creed II manages to be its own fighting machine, echoing but far from reliant on the past.
‘The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot’ belies its drive-in movie title by being a wonderful drama about aging and the secrets we all keep.
Thanks to the music that inspires it, and the outstanding performances from all involved. Bohemian Rhapsody delivers majesty worthy of the name Queen.
The depiction of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon, ‘First Man,’ is a treat for the eyes, but suffers an emotional coldness that hampers its connection with the audience.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga shine in the most recent iteration of ‘A Star is Born,’ but Sam Elliott is the one who deserves the highest praise.
There’s always a stigma when you’re perceived as different, and the Michael-free ‘Halloween III: Season of the Witch’ suffers unfairly from that syndrome.
BHFF selection ‘Empathy, Inc.’ overcomes its budget limitation by focusing on character to tell its virtual reality horror story.
Venom suffers from a slow start, but once the film gets rolling in the second act, it becomes a fun and entertaining addition to the superhero genre.
In this instalment of 31 Days of Horror, Nicolas Cage expert Lindsay Gibb looks at the actor’s latest foray into the horror genre, Mandy.
In the tradition of movies such as Reservoir Dogs and Free Fire, The Standoff at Sparrow Creek is a lesson in the right way to do a micro-budget feature.
With In Fabric, Peter Strickland has created a deliriously lavish work that’s certainly a highlight of his growing collection.
Alien vs. Predator sounded like one of the greatest crossover events in sci-fi horror history. But while there is a lot to love in this movie, AvP had an inherent fatal flaw that it could not overcome.