Raven’s Hollow effectively uses atmosphere and strong visuals to make a satisfying horror experience, despite some clunky dialogue and questionable direction choices.
This is Gwar is a celebration of the group, chronicling their journey from art school weirdos in Richmond, all the way to the Scumdogs of the Universe the metal world knows and loves.
While visually stunning, Dawn Breaks Behind The Eyes suffers from a screenplay that may mislead viewers, resulting in a twist that may not be welcome.
With its unique and provocative musical numbers, Cabaret (1972) shines the brightest when its stars take center stage, though its plotting can be inconsistent.
Some solid performances from a good cast aren’t enough to save Agnes from a lack of focus, underwhelming direction, and an inability to fully decide on what it wants to be.
Horror/thriller The Retaliators is a cavalcade of blatant and unabashed toxic machismo that, for better or for worse, takes aim at issues of violence, state punishment, and vigilantism.
Muppets Haunted Mansion is a quirky and enjoyable ride that is sure to be a treat for franchise fans, even if there aren’t many surprises to be had along the way.
Evenly paced with rewarding second-half payoffs, The Collini Case shines with excellent performances, strong themes, and compelling storytelling.
Respect showcases one of the best performances of Jennifer Hudson’s career, though the film is mired with the same issues that often affect biopics.
Joe Bell is propelled by a stellar cast and several compelling thematic ideas, though some of them are not realized as effectively as they could be.