Stray is a semi-low budget sci-fi film which focuses more on the cop seeking to redeem herself than the powerful girl, and her family.
The Changeover is a simple, slightly grim tale which may lack flair, but does leave you wanting more.
Siempre Bruja (Always A Witch) makes one too many missteps to be forgiven for and wastes the handful of good things it had going for it.
Russian Doll is for those who like NY/LA indie comedies and wished those kinds of characters got to be in their own TV show.
While The Passage has a few things going for it, it’s hard not to get the vibe you’ve seen this story done elsewhere and wonder if it’ll do better.
The Promised Neverland balances out childhood innocence with the type of creepiness which puts you a tad on edge.
While over 18 years separated from Unbreakable’s release, you can see why 2019’s Glass is considered a long time coming.
With corporate espionage, a pending fantasy element, and bullets flying, The Protector starts off a bit weird and with a bang.
While Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them seems purely about milking Harry Potter love, without Harry Potter, there is just enough magic to get you through it.
Between you knowing a rape is happening and seeing the murder of teens and children, Goblin Slayer doesn’t hold back…