#Screamers is a found footage horror film written by Tom Malloy and Dean Matthew Ronalds. Both of them pull double duty here, with Malloy playing Tom Brennan, the lead character, and Ronalds directing. Tom Brennan and Chris Grabow (Chris…
The language of cinema is one that serves the horror genre better than maybe any other subset of movie. The manipulation of audiovisual elements to draw terror out of an audience is a skill that many filmmakers attempt to master, but that…
Backed by a beefy production and with relative big-name actors attached (Sam Worthington, Taylor Schilling, Nathalie Emmanuel), Lennart Ruff’s The Titan promises heady drama and a dilemma plaguing the minds of today’s most ambitious…
Spielberg's adaptation of Ernest Cline's nerdgasm novel is loads of fun, but doesn't exactly pack a narrative punch.
Virginia Minnesota is a surprisingly funny indie gem about how stories and friendship help us cope with darkness.
Walk Like A Panther is a film that strives for an innocent sense of nostalgia.
A Fantastic Woman is a gripping portrait of resilience in the face of grief and hatred.
Death Wish is for the same people the original was -- it's just more glamorized.
Jaw-dropping, but not in the way they intended. In fact, quite the opposite.
Black Panther is just as good as you've been hearing.
Fifty Shades Freed is a flaccid experience with almost no redeeming qualities.
"There's a certain enjoyment and familiarity for fans of Chicago film, but there's little else to like."
A dull exercise in what other indies have done better, Tater Tot & Patton comes off as confused as its characters.
Liam Neeson doing action stuff, basically.