Venom: Let There Be Carnage ultimately feels like the lobster scene from the original film stretched out across 90-minutes of absurdity.
While the Ryan Reynolds-led, video game-inspired Free Guy has an amazing concept, its execution is extremely underwhelming.
A horror-comedy 'whodunit' based on Ubisoft's game of the same name, the potential of Werewolves Within is far greater than what we received.
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A half-hearted message on immigration and a lack of creativity leave The Forever Purge as one of the more lackluster entries in the franchise.
With its sloppy storytelling and overall decimation of the protagonist’s maliciousness, Cruella is a shaggy, unkempt dog of a film.
Netflix's The Mitchells vs. The Machines is an animated love letter to being different, set against a world-ending AI uprising.
Nobody is an action thriller that proves Bob Odenkirk is the obscenity-spewing, balls of steel action star we never knew we needed.
Zack Snyder’s version of Justice League feels like too much of a good thing. He has creative control here, but its execution is this fan devoted emptiness with no real destination in mind. The superhero film is a slow three hour slog to its final fourth hour where all of its best and most entertaining action sequences lie.
Disney's latest film, Raya and the Last Dragon, is rich in tradition and intriguing folklore, but mediocre in its execution.
Rose Glass' Saint Maud delivers a psychologically satisfying and creepy cinematic experience centered on religion and death.
Does Earwig and the Witch, Studio Ghibli's first foray into CGI film making, capture the studio's signature magic?
From Steven Kostanski, writer and director of Manborg, The Void, and the incredible 5-minute short Bio-Cop, Psycho Goreman (also known as PG: Psycho Goreman) is this joyous blend of absurdly bloody horror, awesome makeup effects, and laugh out loud humor.