An all-star '90s cast headlines I Know What You Did Last Summer, a teen tale of regret, grief, and moral responsibilities with a fish hook killer.
Category: 4K Horror
A satirical lament of the changing American dream, Poltergeist finds the middle class mundanity broken by growing corporate need.
Dog Soldiers doesn't have the energy to sustain its runtime, but the viciousness and violence break the dull bits successfully.
A vapid and hollow military horror flick, Doom lacks credentials within its overly dark aesthetic.
A lousy, hastily conceived sequel, Child's Play 3 is a meandering dud even at its best.
While all about the kills, Child's Play 2 at least employs a smart perspective while the murder spree breaks out.
A clever, lasting satire on Saturday morning TV and toy culture, Child Play's ludicrous premise holds up because the theme is so ingrained.
God Told Me To's surrealist fatalism is let down by bizarre twists, but the first act's potency unnervingly predicted modern history.
Teetering on the verge of brilliant satire, Uncle Sam whiffs by playing itself totally straight and wasting the opportunity.
The Craft is a work of pure '90s teen rebellion, concentrated in Goth culture, saved by the stellar cast.
A smartly conceived take on slasher cinema and inner city lore, Candyman's power lies in its lasting social consciousness.
Finding a comfortable place amid the current genre trends, Scream's legacy is preserved in a pedestrian thriller.