Francis Lawrence’s new film, Red Sparrow, is a stylish thriller that seems to forget what it’s trying to be while becoming nothing more than a run-of-the-mill experience.
Ken Cohen’s Cartoonish is an interesting short film that boasts an innocent facade with some dark notions at its core.
With Alex Garland’s second film, Annihilation, the director continues his knack for crafting compelling, thinking person’s science fiction while maintaining an air of mystery from start to finish.
Matthew Mahler’s short film, What Jack Built, is intentionally unpolished and eccentric like its main character and that’s entirely its charm.
Zachary Lapierre’s short film, Dirty Books, is a well made and amusingly clever story that’s slightly hampered by a contradictory main character.
Despite some slight issues with length and flow, Marvel has another hit on their hands with Black Panther.
Hellraiser: Judgment, the tenth film in the series, actually does some interesting things with the franchise’s mythos before resorting back to a banal police procedural that no one will remember.
Inspired by actual events, Winchester is probably the most average horror film you’ll ever see.
Colin Bemis’s Strawberry Flavored Plastic features an original take on the found footage genre with a chilling lead performance while suffering from some minor character and structure issues.
Scott Cooper’s new film, Hostiles, has some really great moments but is overlong and misses out on some big opportunities.