William Eubank’s new sci-fi/horror film, Underwater, is a surprisingly good January film with its claustrophobic feel and Alien-esque tone.
Writer/director Sam Mendes changes the game with his perfect technological marvel of a war drama in 1917.
The 2020 version of The Grudge boasts an impressive cast but fails at every conceivable level to scare, shock, or entertain.
With 2019 in the books, let’s take a look back at our personal favorites from this year!
With the end of 2019 being congested with quality films, we take a minute to highlight some we didnt properly review in Cinema Smack’s 2019 leftover roundup!
Writer/director Greta Gerwig follows up her wonderful debut film, Lady Bird, with an elegantly crafted and extremely well acted adaptation of the classic novel from Louisa May Alcott.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is a polarizing film that’s part damage control and part everything that fans have come to love from the franchise.
Todd Haynes’ new film, Dark Waters, is a tense legal thriller between a chemical giant and its own lawyer with a modest city population caught in the middle.
Writer/director Rian Johnson atones for The Last Jedi, his polarizing entry into the Star Wars saga, with his star studded and wildly entertaining whodunnit, Knives Out.
Though not his best work, legendary director Martin Scorsese returns to his roots with The Irishman, a 3.5 hour long mob epic about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa.