A darkly delicious bite of satire, seasoned with solid performances and searing wit.
A heartfelt sequel that manage to carry its emotional weight in an effective, exciting way.
While it often delivers on action, it’s not enough to bolster the film’s flat characters, poor writing, and unoriginal approach to the genre.
An unsatisfying end to an underwhelming trilogy, lacking scares, coherency and purpose in closing out the story of two of horror’s most iconic names.
An update to a classic horror film that gives it a polished, competent modern sheen, but loses some of the gnarliness that made the series a standout.
An excessive and tiring “biopic:, showcasing the worst moments in Marilyn Monroe’s life with no greater point than cheap shock value.
A psychological thriller whose hollow interior is at least decorated by a engaging lead performance and intriguing visuals.
A impactful horror prequel that delivers on a terrific lead performance and plenty of disturbing imagery.
A twistedly dark and funny horror film that proves that hotels are making a comeback over AirBNB’s.
A fantastical reflection on the importance of stories that leads with a strong beginning that unfortunately stalls out by the third act.