While The Curse of La Llorona is standard B-horror stuff, the bonus features on the Blu-ray add some intrigue to the tale.
While the expected number one was exactly that, the ninth film from Quentin Tarantino managed a bit of a fairy tale at the box office this weekend.
Under The Silver Lake is a L.A. experience, a travelogue moving through neighborhoods and experiences so unique to that environment.
Midsommar is full of excellent performances, shocking gore, and genuine laughs. Strange for a film that at its heart is how one deals with trauma.
I remember the commercials and the tag line for Night of the Creeps when it was first released back in 1986.
Cinepocalypse selection ‘Attack of the Demons’ uses a fascinating animation technique, but the story doesn’t quite hit its intended target audience.
After nearly turning it off, Andy Burns discovers that Escape Room is a decent thriller that works within its PG-13 boundaries.
Jordan Peele’s new horror movie, ‘Us,’ is a twisted mirror image nightmare and in his review, Sachin Hingoo calls it “scary as hell.”
The violent Brazilian satire, ‘The Cannibal Club,’ keeps viewers entertained with a clever story, graphic sex and gore, and a wonderful visual aesthetic.
Favourites and Best Of lists can difficult. I don’t keep track of every single film I watch during the year (though maybe I should for 2019), so it’s always a case of trying to recall what films I really connected with. On that note, here’s my list of my five favourite films of 2018.
Watch with glazed boredom as Dimension Films runs a once beloved franchise into the ground with ‘Halloween: Resurrection,’ a dreadful experience in awfulness.
While Ocean’s 8 is fairly familiar heist territory from a story perspective, the film is extremely watchable thanks to the performances from all the leads