“In/Spectre” tries to have romance, gore, comedy and the supernatural all in one, but it is hard to say it ever perfectly blends the three together.
Based on the premiere, there might be a part of you that wonders if this is inspired, in any way, by Child’s Play.
Medrano solidifies her brand as a dark comedy animator with Helluva Boss, a workplace comedy.
Assimilate isn’t the most complicated horror movie, but due to the leads it has, it puts you on edge as their lives are threatened.
Rattlesnake helps you understand why Netflix no longer allows people to comment or see community ratings.
The Birch, while definitely not a surefire hit based on the premiere, definitely has enough to make you wanna stick around.
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.
While definitely a way to pass the time, Dororo doesn’t present that big time hook to make this a must-see.
Comparing the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina to the 90s version is like comparing The Dark Knight to Adam West’s Batman – in the best way possible.