Thriller

With car chases, life or death moments, and usually someone driven to madness, the Thriller tag has productions featuring these kinds of thrills.

Gift of Fear (2024) – Review

In this movie featuring Indigenous people and stories, a young woman played by Isa Antonetti, is trying to adjust to her new foster home as her girlfriend is kidnapped by people from her past.

MaXXXine (2024) – Written Review

Mia Goth returns as Maxine Minx, and with Pearl in her rear-view, so comes the question if Goth can find a way to justify the latest entry of this franchise as she did in “Pearl?”

Sins of the Bride (2024)

With “Sins of the Bride,” get ready for a slightly different take on the crazy light-skinned character who becomes disruptive to someone’s relationship.

Latency (2024)

A young woman with notoriety as a game tester and professional gamer is gifted a new headset that syncs with her brain and brings painful memories to life.

Kill (2024)

“Kill” may seem like your straight forward beat em’ up, but it provides so much more than that, to the point of putting all action films released after it on notice.

The Wasp (2024)

Starring Natalie Dormer and Naomi Harris, prepare for twists, reveals, and a shocking ending that reminds you the writing needs to match the performances for any surprises to work.

Incision (2024) Movie Review

“Incision” seems to forget to give you reasons to get invested, beyond familiar faces and the assumed empathy for people being victimized.

Love Kills (2024) Movie Review

“Love Kills” loses its luster as you figure out it is using sex and violence to compensate for a lackluster story.

RSVP (2024) Movie Review

Starring Natasha Marc and Robert Ri’Chard, in this BET+ release, a man decides to get revenge for his fallen wife, and you’re sadly left taking his word due to a lack of character development.

The Equalizer: Season 4 Review

With a shortened season, season 4 of “The Equalizer” tries its best to keep the course for many of its characters, but some are clearly sacrificed to meet the reduced episode count.

Killer Body Count (2024) Movie Review

Starring Cassiel Eatock-Winnik and Savana Tardieu, this Tubi release sends teenage boys and girls to a Catholic camp to repent and reform from acting depraved.

The Image of You (2024) Movie Review

Starring Sasha Pieterse of “Pretty Little Liars” fame, in this digital release, we watch as twin girls attracted to the same man create collateral damage in pursuit of that man.

Tarot (2024) Movie Review

“Tarot” scrapes the surface of the major arcana to create beings good for a jump scare but delivers a story that is more to holdover horror fans than become a classic.

Boy Kills World (2024) Movie Review

Bloody and gory, as promised, “Boy Kills World” is an action movie that, in the latter half, tries to switch things up to possibly good results.

Abigail (2024) Movie Review

While “Abigail” certain has developed characters that could derive interest, the story is made to only be good enough if the only thing you desire is the type of violence only a vampire movie could have.

Arcadian (2024) Movie Review

In a world where monsters attack at night, we see yet another world, post-apocalypse, where a handful of people struggle to survive.

Trunk – Locked In: Movie Review and Summary

“Trunk – Locked In” reminds you of one of the many irrational fears a person can have, and why not prepping for the worst and hoping for the best can mean whether you live or die.

Dutch – Movie Review and Summary

In what feels like a wasted opportunity for a show vs. a movie, a man goes on a trial where he knows the cards are stacked against him.

Night Swim (2024) – Movie Review

“Night Swim” may scratch that itch for horror fans who need a jump scare, but it certainly won’t start off the year on a high note for Blumhouse like “M3GAN” did.