Malignant evokes horror movies of a bygone era and builds slowly to an amazingly bonkers reveal and finale.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings introduces new characters, offers them a chance to save the world and prepares them for what will come along down the line.
Candyman transcends standard horror fare because of creative filmmaking choices and a believable cast.
Its meaty film noir elements and drenching atmosphere nearly carry the film on their own.
The plot methodically seeps into every dark corner of your mind.
The shaky supports of the final act give way completely, plunging what’s left of our interest into the dark, cold abyss.
Free Guy appeals to both hard-core enthusiasts and casual gamers alike with an inviting setting where you’ll want to plop your avatar, uh, yourself for a couple of hours.
The Green Knight is visual masturbation masquerading as cinematic entertainment.
Jungle Cruise presents both adventure and constant danger at a level much higher and more engaging than the work of even the best Disney skippers.
Old squanders a great concept with annoying details that distract you from the crisis for the characters.
Marvel beat out the James Bond franchise with Black Widow as what feels like the first female James Bond movie.