Hey look! A terrible possession movie!
I guess it's always nice to start with a compliment, so...I guess "The Possession of Hannah Grace" has a few nice moments balancing shadow with light and silence with jump scares.
Holiday Season Edition
Creed II Isn't Quite a Knockout
When "Creed" came out in 2015, no one really expected the emotional powerhouse that director Ryan Coogler had delivered.
Another Robin Hood, another day
I refuse to become cynical about movies.
"Windows" is an old-fashioned pot boiler
"Widows" is a film about reflections—not just about how we're seen by those around us, but how women are viewed by men, how women view themselves and the way we look at our husbands and wives, desperate to know that what we're seeing is the truth.
At this point, another holiday where we have to argue national politics or foreign policy with a family member sounds a bit nightmarish.
This spider's web fails to grip
If there's an idea or currently popular intellectual property that the American public might have heard about, Hollywood will try to find a way to spin it into gold.
Overlord forgets to scare
When film nerds talk about the movies that changed their lives, it's usually something classic that did it to them, like "Citizen Kane," "Jaws" or "Stalker."
La Vie Boheme
There are different kinds of secrets in Hollywood.
Gerard Butler in a submarine
Man, I love submarine movies.
Halloween again for the very first time
When I was in fifth grade, my mom got married to a man with two boys—one my own age and one several years older.
Mid90s beautifully captures an era
They don't put an exact date on when "Mid90s" is set, but based on the music and some of the clothes, I'm guessing it's either 1994 or 1995.