Leigh Whannell provides a modern update to one of the most iconic Universal Monsters.
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Richard Linklater’s 1995 film features one of the strongest relationships in cinema, bound to the idea that understanding is crucial to being able to love.
The director of ‘Aladdin’ and ‘Sherlock Holmes’ returns to his roots to craft a flashy, intricate web of crime, held back by old-fashioned sensibilities.
Gille Klabin’s science fiction romp is an entertaining examination of selfishness, laced with hallucinogenic drugs.
The Safdie Brothers have crafted a hectic, abrasive crime thriller that revels in its misery.
Hideo Kojima’s latest game creates a sense of community by aiding other players on the same perilous journey.
A classic Hollywood drama with fast cars and a stellar Christian Bale performance that feels great despite a lack of emotional substance.
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‘The Wretched’ has neat concepts and serviceable performances, but contains an all-too-familiar narrative that muddles its execution.
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With a brilliant cast and gleeful levels of violence, Ant Timpson’s feature debut carries its emotional baggage to its climax in a barrage of humor and mayhem.
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Clancy Brown tells morbid tales of life before death in this endearing anthology film – each one increasingly more terrifying than the last.
Offering plenty of thrills and hooks to justify another exorcism film’s existence, ‘The Assent’ will please horror fans wanting to scratch that supernatural itch.
Alex Chung’s feature debut breaks every bone in the human body and demonstrates how execution can make up for a low budget.
Director Alice Waddington weaves a dark fairytale on the importance of being yourself, and gives Milla Jovovich a devilish role to inhabit.
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Directors Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman offer laughs and plenty for horror fans to love in a story of ghosts and Satan.
Robert Eggers follows up ‘The Witch’ with a Lovecraftian nightmare that excels in almost every regard with two dizzying lead performances.
Ruben Fleischer returns to flesh out the film’s world and reminds fans of the original why they fell in love with the cast and style of the 2009 film.