Clapboard Jungle provides a frank and sobering perspective of the modern film industry, though it will not appeal to everyone.
Despite some tonal problems, Lovecraft Country is a success propelled by strong design and aesthetics, and an excellent cast.
Despite effective aesthetics, The Blackout: Invasion Earth ’s issues only become more glaring and problematic against the backdrop of the world in which it exists.
My Darling Vivian finally tells Vivian Liberto’s story, which is often ignored or diluted, and gives new insight into the life of Johnny Cash’s first love.
Paranormal examines family turbulence and inner turmoil through a supernatural lens that entertains and leaves you wanting more.
The Craft: Legacy has a lot to say about gender roles and adolescence, but comes across as heavy-handed rather than illuminating.
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Though low on frights, Nocturne is a good addition to the well-traveled “sibling rivalry” trope that boasts strong direction and visuals.
Evil Eye will be a disappointment for people expecting a horror film, and squanders what could have been an interesting premise.
Black Box will stretch your state of disbelief, but for the viewers who like that sort of thing, it will absolutely be worth it.