Insidious: The Last Key, the fourth installment of the horror franchise, is a decent watch but feels like a far cry from the quality of the first couple films.
Zach Lorkiewicz’ film, The Ball, isn’t necessarily scary but it’s a fun and quirky horror short that takes inspiration from artists like Edgar Allan Poe and Dario Argento.
The Greatest Showman is an entertaining romp that’s hamstrung by a questionable musical style and a selfish main character.
The Shape of Water is the wonderfully dark fairy tale that it looked to be in its trailer and is among the elite films of 2017.
Kévin Mendiboure’s film, The Follower, puts a unique spin on the found footage horror sub-genre but suffers from some iffy acting and an uneven second half.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the eighth installment of the Star Wars saga, suffers from a number of missteps but still boasts some fantastic sequences that capture the very essence of the series.
Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird doesn’t cover any new ground as it follows a teenage girl’s transition from high school to college but is so enjoyable and relatable that the result is one of the best films of 2017.
Disney and Pixar’s newest collaboration, Coco, is an emotionally and aesthetically wonderful film that ranks among the best of the year.
The Last Witch is a solid horror film with some ideas and legitimate scares but is also somewhat hamstrung by its found footage style.
Justice League isn’t the worst DC film but its schizophrenic tone, underwhelming villain, and overall boring story feel like another step back for the company.