Slowly losing its identity as it runs its course, It Lives Inside fails to provide a chilling and emotional chiller.
The “film within a film” aesthetic of Cédric Kahn’s Making Of makes the movie lose momentum and focus after a promising introduction.
Command Z is a must-watch for Soderbergh completionists, but everyone else might find it a creeky, yet slightly funny, climate change call to action.
Til Death Do Us Part is a purposefully schlocky action-thriller containing a bunch of cheesy refrains, blood, and kick-ass action to entertain genre fans and straight-to-video enthusiasts.
Antony Starr and Lizzy Caplan’s strong performances are not enough to save the Stephen King-inspired Cobweb.
Quicksand is a survival horror B-movie that delivers what it says on the tin yet shies away from escalating things to a highly entertaining degree.
While Medusa Deluxe is flashy and stylistically daring, it would have benefited from fully embracing the stylistic excess and flamboyance of the subculture it depicts.
Even if the film’s pacing is both its blessing and curse, Hideaki Anno’s Shin Kamen Rider is a highly entertaining and intentionally campy homage to the classic Japanese character.
Légua plays with our notions of time and death by taking a ghost story approach to a tale about women and their various roles in life.
Even if one-half of Marguerite’s Theorem doesn’t end up working, Ella Rumpf grabs your attention.