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.
40 years after the original Halloween was unleashed, a new sequel premiered at TIFF, and laid claim to the title of best sequel in the series.
Breath not only offered a good story, thanks to Simon Baker’s directing, but it also allowed me to feel the thrills and the frights of staying ahead of those twenty or thirty foot waves from the safety of my home.
Sometimes, you want something completely innovative, a concept that you could never conceive of on your own. But other times, and What Keeps You Alive is one of these times, you want a classic concept that is executed at the highest level.
The Ranger occupies that sweet spot where it could have come out anytime in the last three or four decades and will likely still feel as fresh thirty years from now.
The Witch Part One: The Subversion,’ South Korean director Park Hoon-jung’s latest film, graces Fantasia 2018 with a hefty dose of violence, but doesn’t bring audiences much of anything new.
The best way to describe Skyscraper is to say that it is a cross between The Towering Inferno and Die Hard, but the question is, will it be entertaining?
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the most disappointing film that I have seen this summer. The characters are not interesting, the scares are really not that scary, and no one seems to be having any fun on the screen.
Geoff Redknap’s invisible man movie, ‘The Unseen,’ eschews the mad scientist formula and creates a fantastic and thoughtful story about lost souls.
If you liked the 1976 outlaw country music documentary Heartworn Highways, it is now available on home video, along with a new companion doc called Heartworn Highways Revisited.