Jujutsu Kaisen 0 has apparently pleased fans of its franchise, but the uninitiated should be cautious of its undercooked characters and scattered storytelling.
Vertigo is a thrilling masterpiece that expertly plants every seed before unveiling its true twisted purpose, earning its place as a nearly-undisputed classic.
Despite some mundane earlier scenes, In the Earth provides horror fans with a sensory onslaught that complements its themes of isolation and disorientation.
The Last Rite begins with slight promise, but it ultimately becomes a misfire of a possession story with nothing new or exciting up its sleeve.
The coveted Oscars have a lot of problems that compromise their integrity, and it’s perhaps time that they stop being taken too seriously.
Cha Cha Real Smooth was shown at SXSW, and we got to hear from director Cooper Raiff and his cast on the red carpet interview and in the post-screening Q&A.
Soft & Quiet masterfully plunges its viewers headfirst into some of the ugliest, most stomach-churning actions that humanity has proven itself capable of.
The Prank starts out as an alright high school drama with a tiny amount of its potential realized, but it devolves into as basic a thriller as you can get.
With a stellar cast, tight filmmaking, and a setup and payoff that are equal parts hilarious and tragic, Bodies Bodies Bodies excels at its tonal juggling act.
Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood sees Richard Linklater indulge in nostalgia and childhood fantasy, creating a warmth to which anyone of any age can connect.