Seth Breedlove’s new documentary, THE MARK OF THE BELL WITCH, effectively delves into Tennessean folklore but has a bit too much reenactment.
David Fincher does something completely different by tackling old Hollywood in his middling new film, MANK.
Andrew J.D. Robinson’s pseudo-documentary, WE ARE THE MISSING, is an engaging micro-budget thriller that maybe tries a bit too hard by its end.
Aneesh Chaganty’s sophomore feature, RUN, doesn’t live up to his previous work but is a fun and capable thriller with some flawed logic.
Sofia Coppola’s new film, ON THE ROCKS, features wonderful performances while feeling reminiscent of her work on 2003’s LOST IN TRANSLATION.
Bryan Bertino’s THE DARK AND THE WICKED continues the filmmaker’s string of quality horror titles but doesnt separate itself from its peers.
Donald F. Glut’s TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN is a fun, low budget anthology film tailor made for fans of Mary Shelley’s original story.
HIS HOUSE, the debut feature from Remi Weekes, is an eerie and tense ghost story that’s as unpredictable as it is unique.
Writer/director Kris Salvi’s short film, CLEANER, continues his knack for surprisingly original mob tales that are both simple and effective.
The faux-Kazakhstani journalist makes a timely return in BORAT SUBSEQUENT MOVIEFILM which manages to entertain despite some unfunny misses.