Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express is an entertaining remake that’s deliberately paced until its confusing, rapid-fire ending.
Thor: Ragnarok is easily the best of the series with its memorable characters and satisfying Guardians of the Galaxy-esque tonal shift.
It’s Halloween! That means it’s time to rank all of the films in one of the most popular horror franchises of all time in A Nightmare on Elm Street! *Spoilers Ahead*
Jigsaw, the eighth installment to the Saw franchise, is watchable but a completely unnecessary entry that further mucks up an already convoluted story.
With Jigsaw, the eighth installment of the Saw series, coming out this weekend, let’s recap the highs and the lowest of lows among the films in our newest State of the Franchise! *Spoilers Ahead*
The Snowman boasts a lot of talent on both sides of the camera but is somehow an awful mess of poor editing and storytelling.
With Blade Runner 2049, Denis Villeneuve has taken a sci-fi classic and given it a serious facelift with an intriguing story and good characters capped off by an aural and visual feast.
American Made is a competent Tom Cruise film that isn’t as good as some of its peers but still entertaining enough to hold your attention.
Darren Aronofsky’s newest film, Mother!, is such an insane and uncomfortable trip into someone’s worst nightmare that it’s impossible to look away.
The first theatrical film based on Stephen King’s 1986 novel, It, is tonally schizophrenic while still being able to be creepy and a lot of fun.