A clean, speedy, and concise story helps Ultraman R/B stand out for more than its wild (even creative) action set pieces.
Haven's all-star cast and tragic, criminal story are let down by an overly ambitious screenplay.
After an inconsistent start, Ultraman R/B finds its footing through a complex villain, challenging the show's family dynamics.
Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman team up for a wildly inventive and magically clever meta-comedy, Adaptation.
Finding new life in this seventh Tremors entry, Shrieker Island provides needed characterization between frequent action.
Peter Sellers introduces a lovable, charming character in Mr. Topaze, then turns his story into a tragedy about success.
A star-studded, topical overview of the horror genre from Eli Roth, History of Horror is an occasionally rewarding but uneven first season.
Tai and the gang return for one final quest in this epic and often sad conclusion to the Digimon Adventure anime.
Alejandro Jodorowsky's latest project documents the director's radical and controversial Psychomagic, a therapy he personally developed.
While still a routine slasher in formula, reinventing Friday the 13th's Jason Vorhees as a plausible survivalist killer works.
Freddy vs Jason exploits exploitation, sending the '80s slasher genre out in a vicious and unrelenting finale.
Knowingly stupid, Jason X takes a few opportunities to embrace what it is, but then falls into a rut where it takes this scenario seriously.