The 2019 version of Hellboy seems to have its heart in the right place but is a butchered mess of a film with a bad plot, unfunny jokes, and bland acting.
Shazam! continues a recent trend of satisfying superhero films from DC with plenty of comedy and heart despite a generic overall story.
Partitioned Heart, the debut short from writer/director Matt Morris, is a superb sci-fi tale on the pain of losing a loved one and the struggle of both holding on and letting go.
The Stephen King renaissance continues with a very competent, if not spectacular, adaptation of King’s 1983 novel and remake of the 1989 film, Pet Sematary.
Last night, East Rutherford, New Jersey hosted WWE Wrestlemania 35. Once again, the show was unbelievably long without reason and a disappointment in general.
Abe Goldfarb’s directorial debut, The Horror at Gallery Kay, is a well made, well acted, and compelling look at relationships with a sprinkle of mystery and horror.
Tim Burton’s Dumbo continues the trend of wonderfully entertaining adaptations of the Disney classics and is one of Burton’s best films in a long time despite some bland characters.
New season. New villains. New showrunner. Same old Walking Dead. *Spoilers Ahead.*
A serious departure from the other recent band biopic, Mötley Crüe’s The Dirt is an entertainingly raucous romp chocked full of sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
Jordan Peele’s second feature, Us, is a well made horror film with great acting but is also less focused and more nonsensical than its predecessor, Get Out.