One Piece Film: RED is the most emotional of the franchise since Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura, and its most visually stunning yet.
Despite some semi-decent PG-13 body horror, Prey for the Devil unfortunately falls terribly flat on its face with a dull retread of William Friedkin’s The Exorcist.
Despite a somewhat interesting premise, Smile doesn’t live up to its trauma-inducing creepiness through a series of ridiculous performances and loud jump scares.
Despite some fun action setpieces, Hocus Pocus 2 follows the same premise as the original, but with a “legacyquel” twist.
Despite decent performances from its cast, About Fate ’s premise is just too predictable for its own good.
Lord Piccolo and Gohan take center stage in Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, a fun and vibrant addition to the Dragon Ball saga.
While Secret Headquarters looks surprisingly great and has two terrific lead performances, it suffers from a severe lack of identity and never truly knows what it wants to be.
While Jay Chandrasekhar’s Easter Sunday isn’t as great as the director’s previous work with Broken Lizard, its lead performances make the film a worthwhile watch.
Joseph Kosinski goes full-on gonzo sci-fi in Spiderhead, and the results are just as thrilling as in his previous films.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is the rare sequel that more than exceeds the original, celebrating the iconic characters & SEGA’s incredible video game saga.