Reviews

‘Stranger Things’ is Back and All Grown Up

The Netflix hit is changing things up and the result is the funniest, darkest, and strangest season yet.

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Review: The Summer Vacation We All Needed

The latest wall-crawler adventure proves that the MCU is far from concluded.

‘Midsommar’ is Here to Save The Season

Wait, what'd you say about sophomore slumps?

‘Toy Story 4’ Review: A Wonderful, Peculiar, and Worthy Send-off

If you can get past the bummer that is the lack of an opening short, you'll be glad you did.

‘Child’s Play’ Review: Version 2.0 Lacks Suspense, Menace, and Purpose

As horror remakes go, this isn't one of the good guys.

‘Midsommar’ Is A Quintessential Relationship Revenge Film

'Midsommar' is the cult-fueled horror film for everyone out there who never learned to take the end of a relationship…

A Day Spent With Killers, Lovers, and a Grim True Story From the World of Porn (Cinepocalypse)

Murder, madness, and mental illness, oh my. We take a look at 'Punta Muerto,' 'Villains,' and 'Mope.'

‘Belzebuth’ Review: No Child Is Safe When the Devil Comes Calling (Cinepocalypse)

An intense and bloody supernatural procedural with a high body count.

‘Men in Black: International’ Review: An Expensive and Disappointing Dad Joke

2019 continues its early summer movie slog with a listless fourth chapter in the MIB saga.

‘The Gangster, the Cop, the Devil’ Review: Bad Men Doing Good Work for Thriller Fans (Fantasia 2019)

It's already been optioned for a Hollywood remake with Sylvester Stallone, but you'll want to watch the original first.