‘Jade’s Asylum’ is a hallucinatory exploration of the title character’s mind, and a supernatural slasher that ultimately misses the mark.
‘The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil’ is a fun South Korean crime thriller that doesn’t reinvent the wheel. It’s the perfect vehicle for Don Lee’s starpower.
Knives and Skin engulfs you in a world of tragedy and grief, but is a rare film that gives you the heart of the characters and uniquely showcases them.
Armed with a keen eye for the subgenre and dreamy sensibilities of Italian horror, Tilman Singer has delivered a very smart, very entertaining entry.
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‘Black Magic for White Boys’ succeeds in the way that it combines relevant political commentary, philosophical inquiry, and — well — black magic.
Scream: Resurrection is a thrilling ride. It’s hip, it’s cool and it’s sassy. Fans of the franchise and new viewers alike won’t be disappointed.
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Attack of the Demons is laced by some great narrative, incredible directing, smooth animation, and a dope-ass soundtrack.
Part of what works is that you could see both of these couples existing in the real world. And that to me is scarier than vampires, werewolves, and mummies.