Category: Theatrical/VOD

Belzebuth Review

A promising demon thriller with real grit and convincing energy from Mexico, Belzebuth devolves into a hackneyed conflict with a CGI demon.

Underwater Review

Underwater's potential goes unfounded in a grating story hunting less for thrills and monsters than any sort of character definition.

Terminator: Dark Fate Review

But what about Taco? Terminator: Dark Fate’s worst moments happen during the action. Either the ceaseless digital effects tire, the explosions become routine, or the countless beatings sustained by …

Crawl Review

Does for Florida What Jaws Did for Water Alligators do not really do what they do in Crawl. To Crawl, the catalyst might be climate change and the resulting …

Spider-Man: Far From Home Review

Tingles If the Marvel movie-verse is considered a single entity – one 50+ hour movie – then Spider-Man: Far From Home is effectively the post-credit sequence. It’s a little …

Godzilla: King of the Monsters Review

Earning the Crown Dropping Gareth Edwards’ 2014 near arthouse take on giant monsters, the follow-up concentrates on national anxieties. This sequel engorges on desperate American feeling and dialogs. Godzilla’s …

Avengers: Endgame Review

Stark’s Arc The hero of the Marvel universe isn’t Tony Stark. Captain America couldn’t save us all either. Marvel’s movies – some 52 hours of storytelling – belong to …

The Man with the Magic Box Review

Boxed In In 2015, Poland’s conservatives took power. In their position, the party began to reset progress, wiping elements of the country’s history to embellish a time before democracy. …

At the Drive-In Review

Reeling Waning attendance made the Mahoning Drive-In reconsider their business model: No first run movies, just classics, and on true 35mm film. It worked. At first, At the Drive-In …