Spiral may stick to the Saw formula structurally, but the film’s scathing social commentary helps this sequel stand out regardless.
With Spiral set to hit theaters next week, we revisit all former Saw films, ranked from worst to best.
Stowaway blends genre thrills with true tragedy, as Anna Kendrick, Toni Collette, and Daniel Dae Kim deal with moral dilemmas whilst soaring through space.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines is a fun, family-friendly subversion of “sci-fi disaster” stories with a wholly compelling emotional core.
In honor of Scream 4’s 10th anniversary, we take a look at the history of horror “legacyquels” – a trend that the Scream fourthquel arguably started.
Thunder Force is a sidesplitting take on a superhero origin story, anchored by the always-excellent Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is a miracle of superhero moviemaking, and we spotlight the 7 reasons Snyder succeeds where Joss Whedon failed four years ago.
The Unholy’s story is nothing we haven’t seen before, but there are still more than enough “spooks” here to satisfy horror hounds.
Nobody is an arresting action showcase for star Bob Odenkirk and a skillfully staged spectacle of stuntwork nearly on par with the John Wick trilogy.
Bad Trip is a raucous road trip comedy that gives stars Eric André, Lil Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish the space to show off their side-splitting skills.