It exceeded my expectations as a horror experience.
It feels like a ruthless, unrelenting two-hour roller coaster ride.
Good Time has the feel of being composed by writers with no real life experience.
The Only Living Boy in New York is an engrossing ride filled with insight and intrigue.
The Hitman’s Bodyguard delivers on its promises and protects your movie dollar.
Wind River is a film with unforgettable imagery and a punch that leaves an indelible mark.
Annabelle: Creation is an exciting, edge-of-your-seat horror film worthy of its own genesis.
An unforgettable experience that leaves you chilled to the bone.
Brigsby Bear simply fails to recognize when to play it straight.
Atomic Blonde left me feeling like a junkie on a mix of amphetamines and Ambien.