This is a reminder that horror movies have the twin goals of unsettling and upsetting - a mission statement director Parker Finn takes seriously.
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Director Olivia Wilde’s sophomore effort becomes the first high-profile dud of the 2022 autumn season.
"Avatar" is entertainment of the highest order. In addition to being emotionally satisfying and one hell of a ride, it boasts a smart script, reminding us that blockbusters don't have to be defined by imbecility.
What director Gina Prince-Bythewood provides is more than enough for a rousing motion picture filled with well-choreographed battle scenes effectively folded into stories of human interest.
Director Tom George takes a fairly routine whodunnit? and livens it up with a corkscrew helix of fourth wall-breaking, historical references, slapstick, and self-aware clichés.
For those enamored with Ti West’s extraordinarily entertaining 2022 horror film, "X," his latest effort is required viewing, although it’s a much different kettle of fish.
A "Clerks" movie doesn’t seem like the best vehicle for ruminations about mortality…especially amidst a flotilla of dated, unfunny humor.
For roughly two-thirds of its 100-minute running length, Barbarian is a top-notch excursion into the dark, twisty tunnels and catacombs of a mystery-cum-monster movie.