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.
With fresh takes on the horror genre in recent films like Hereditary and A Quiet Place, is Hollywood in the midst of a renaissance of the horror genre?
David Gordon Green’s Halloween, a direct sequel to John Carpenter’s horror classic, sometimes reaches the heights of the original film but frequently strays due to its messy screenplay and unnecessary characters.
Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, A Star Is Born, is a well made and emotional tale that’s sure to garner some awards despite some storytelling issues.
Season 4 of the Breaking Bad spin-off, Better Call Saul, is in the books and, as expected, it continues to deliver on every front while inching closer to the events of its predecessor. *Minor Spoilers Ahead*
After years of anticipation, the fan favorite antihero and villain, Venom, finally hits the big screen yet fails at every conceivable level.
Gregory Plotkin’s Hell Fest doesn’t necessarily do anything original but it’s a solid slasher experience despite some iffy characters.
Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation seems like it has something to say but its mishmash of style and substance keep it from fully realizing its potential.
Shane Black’s The Predator adds absolutely nothing new to the franchise and is, by far, one of the most disappointing films of 2018.