It’s the start of horror movie season, and “Smile” is a good way to start your annual fix.
Browsing: Rated R
“Don’t Worry Darling” solidifies Olivia Wilde’s name as someone who can be trusted when they’re noted as the director.
“Pearl” is an origin story more geared towards being a streaming release than a theatrical one.
While “Margaux” has visual effects not up to the grade you might be used to, the cast and story will keep you around until the end.
“About Fate” is a cute and simple romantic comedy with minor dramatic elements that has the potential to make you swoon a bit.
“Barbarian” has quality jump scares and freaky moments, but it leaves so many questions.
“Into The Deep” lacks the level of mystery needed to make its small cast flourish.
In “Jane,” we’re reminded of the desperation high school seniors have to get into the right school, get the right job and have the lives they desire.
“Three Thousand Years of Longing” is mainly about a Djinn’s attempts at love and freedom over three thousand years.
While over a decade past any fathomable need for it, “Orphan: First Kill” does remind you why the original film was controversial and notable.