A brutal and kinetically-injected “found footage” horror film dealing in the violence of humans more than the supernatural.
A considerably improved installment in the ‘Into The Dark’ anthology series that poses some questions about what makes us human
A small village in California becomes the epicenter of a global alien invasion in this 1950s sci-fi classic based on the H.G. Wells novel.
The gritty side of Queens, NY is explored as a private eye searches for a missing woman who was intimately involved with a local politician in this strong indie film debut.
An auspicious, hallucinatory feature film debut about a family with a newborn child thrust into a threatening domestic situation from director Stephen Portland
‘Happy Death Day 2U’ is not as clever as the first film but it is a worthy sequel to the franchise opener.
Dan Gilroy has crafted a dark satire, replete with horror-film elements, on the Los Angeles contemporary art world
‘Glass’ is a fitting end to this trilogy of non-traditional heroes/villains living in the real world.
Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’ is an almost nihilistic neo-noir cop thriller with some dark secrets.
This camgirl thriller from Blumhouse is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat and provide plenty of thought-provoking scenes.