Late Night with the Devil recounts the events of Halloween 1977 when a talk show host aims to put on the most memorable and sinister TV event in history.
Episodes 1-5 of Goosebumps tell an unfocused, meandering story, failing to deliver on thrills and bearing little resemblance to the book series.
In the Fire marks Amber Heard’s return to the screen, portraying a psychiatrist who ignites a war of science versus religion when sent to care for a troubled boy.
In The Lost Boys, Zeno Graton shares a powerful love story in an unlikely place where the desire for romance and freedom come together.
Christos Nikou’s Fingernails fails to delve into the themes that make its premise so interesting, but it’s still an enjoyable, gripping watch.
Anna Hints’ Smoke Sauna Sisterhood is a quietly engrossing documentary that tells the stories of several women in the darkness of an isolated sauna.
Though Christensen’s The Puppetman will satisfy horror fans with its kills, the logic behind the entity fails to produce a satisfying conclusion.
All of Us Strangers, Andrew Haigh’s intimate gay romance within a metaphysical drama, is perfect.
Steve McQueen’s latest documentary, Occupied City, is a stunning film of monumental proportions where the past encounters the present.
Though Jules explores relatable themes and the human race’s desire for connection, the film’s underdeveloped story makes the sci-fi drama forgettable.