A horror-film re-make hitting theaters in late February? Nothing about this movie demands that you should go in with elevated expectations, but "The Invisible Man" surprisingly has more meat on its bones than you'd ever imagine. In fact, it's 2020's first, dare I say, great film.
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There are actually a few things to like about "Underwater," but unfortunately, there are just too many holes to keep this ship afloat.
"Doctor Sleep" is the sequel to the classic 1980 Stanley Kubrick horror film, "The Shining," from the twisted mind of Stephen King...and it's deliciously entertaining.
It's a trippy, wacky movie that won't be for everyone, but it's a film that may just shine some award-season love on its two stars.
The latest Stephen King novella to get a film adaptation, "In the Tall Grass" loses itself in a maze of senseless thrills.
Pennywise the Clown (Bill Skarsgard) is back - 27 years after the events of the first film - looking to prey on some more innocent victims in the town of Derry, Maine...but this overblown and messy follow-up to 2017's "It" movie is really no laughing matter.
Despite an interesting sci-fi premise, this action-thriller just can't establish a strong enough connection.
Hugo Weaving's niece, Samara Weaving is fun to watch, but "Ready or Not" finds itself caught between horror and comedy...and it comes up short in both areas.
Look, this movie is not for everyone. But welcome to the new sub-genre of horror, the Ari Aster film.
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