Power Rangers bucks the self-serious superhero trend and rekindles the enjoyable cheeseball spirit of the TV series.
Despite its problems, Arrival is an effective take on an increasingly familiar subgenre.
Despite the impressive score and cinematography, there isn’t much to read into in THE ENDLESS RIVER due to an underdeveloped central romance and societal commentary.
Bruce McDonald’s latest feature is a somewhat accomplished trudge through supernatural territory, as a pregnant teenager is stalked by demonic children on Halloween.
Baltasar Kormákur’s EVEREST occupies a strange middle ground between insightful character study and over-the-top disaster flick, never quite succeeding at either.
Jason Schwartzman anchors this amusing character study about an irrational, uninspired alcoholic.
Robert Eggers debut feature offers a new spin on the horror genre, despite retreading a lot of common ground with its predecessors.
Peter Jackson’s money-making machine concludes with a series of indecipherable superficial CGI-driven battle sequences.
Strangely gratifying and at the very least memorable, THE ABCS OF DEATH 2 is a mixed bag of horror shorts.
THE GERMAN DOCTOR doesn’t have the most thematic depth or moral ambiguity the story might demand, but functions well as an unsettling thriller bolstered by good performances.