A family is slowly pulled apart by dark forces out of its control in this underwhelming horror film, We Need to Do Something.
Great White doesn't let an audience care for the people OR the sharks, and that's a fatal flaw.
Spare Parts' gory premise falls apart for a variety of reasons despite a few cool visuals.
Psycho Goreman is a fun, if demented and severely gory, throwback movie that parodies the genre from which it sprung.
Archenemy is a wild, violent superhero mess made with shoddy effects and half-baked storytelling.
Plain and predictable, The Opening Act finds a charming lead in Jimmy Yang if not a memorable story for his character.
Telling how Showgirls went from bomb to cult hit, You Don't Nomi looks back at Paul Verhoeven's film with an engaging critical eye.
Taut and embellished by a strong lead performance from Jeffrey Dean Morgan, The Postcard Killings delivers gripping suspense in a clever screenplay.
Painted with satire, VFW goes back to a cultural moment, digging up the Vietnam return sub-genre and placing it in a wildly fun modern setting.
Slow British Folk Horror A Shudder original that uneasily flirts between depressing period drama and British folk horror, director William McGregor’s Gwen is a bleak tale that will test …
In the Heart of Texas The sun barely shines in Galveston. It’s as physically dark as it is metaphorically. An aging mob hitman, a teenage hooker, and a three …
You Came and You Gave MTV debuted in 1981. Mandy takes place in 1983. By Mandy’s account then, it was two years until a 24/7 cycle of Black Sabbath …