Lisa Brühlmann’s debut feature, Blue My Mind, is an intriguing coming-of-age tale that meanders at times but makes up for it with some spectacular moments of body horror.
A new visual album, entitled Pop Horror Made Me Do It, from artist collective Count the Clock has been released.
Creed II isn’t quite as tight in terms of story as its predecessor but still channels Rocky films of old while delivering the goods most of the time.
Joseph McGovern shows range on his second short film, Hush, as it presents darker subject matter with more concise storytelling than his debut.
The newest season of American Horror Story, subtitled Apocalypse, plays more like a second season of Coven as revisiting past seasons in a convoluted storyline takes priority over an interesting, standalone season.
Steve McQueen’s new film, Widows, isn’t the director’s best but it’s still a solid romp despite being a somewhat generic crime thriller.
Orson Oblowitz’s debut feature, The Queen of Hollywood Blvd, is a bit light on story but makes up for its shortcomings with style and technique.
With Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House, creator and director Mike Flanagan crafts an excellent family horror drama with a haunted house as its backdrop.
The newest entry in the Dragon Tattoo franchise, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, is a far cry from the original Swedish films as well as the 2011 David Fincher version with decent acting buried by a bland story and lack of direction.
The long awaited Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, manages to hit some excellent highs and some dreary lows while painting Freddie Mercury in a questionable light.