Tokyo Ghoul S, the second live-action adaptation of Tokyo Ghoul, offers a dark thriller that improves on its original in almost every way.
There's nothing revolutionary or unexpected about It: Chapter Two, but the strong performances, script and direction make for a solid horror film.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a well-directed horror film by André Øvredal, but the script drags at times.
Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw is an absurd blast that mixes delightfully excessive action with genuinely charming stars.
The nearly forgotten children's franchise gets a horrific reimagining in The Banana Splits Movie, which provides some surprisingly satisfying closure.
Strong comedy and surprisingly good character work make Teen Titans Go vs. Teen Titans more than just a love letter to the franchise.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is surprisingly funny and quietly introspective (if somewhat indulgent) film that's more vignettes than a singular narrative.
Crawl, the new survival horror-thriller from director Alexandre Aja, harks backs to films of a bygone era.
Disney's The Lion King remake is a visual achievement, but it doesn't really add anything to the story of the beloved animated classic.
Danny Boyle's Yesterday features a Beatles-less world, but the British pop stars aren't the only pop-culture touchstones that go missing.
In Spider-Man: Far From Home, the teen comedy is as much the draw as the action -- and the MCU sequel succeeds with both.
Writer/director Ari Aster's Midsommar is unnerving folk horror film that's a solid follow-up to 2018's Hereditary.
While it may not be particularly groundbreaking, the Child's Play remake is a well-made and loving throwback to a bygone era of horror.