A rural family drama, Hate Crime is a constantly stumbling look at grief, repression, and forgiveness.
Between The Darkness is a coming-of-age horror which features an intriguing premise, but nothing else.
Scary Stories To Tell The Dark is as family friendly of a horror movie you can make. It has spooks, but that's all.
Wet, dark, and cramped, Crawl will make you fear basements, alligators, and Florida more than you already do in this semi-aquatic thriller.
Ari Aster returns to the silver screen with another twisted, deeply unsettling film about the dark side of human relationships.
Neither high drama nor a crush-a-beer-can-with-your-forehead action thriller, Triple Frontier starts fast, but finishes close to last.
Authentic, exciting and just a bit jazzy, First Man is another Oscar-caliber feature from director Damien Chazelle and actor Ryan Gosling.
This frigid Netflix thriller packs in the intrigue and violence, but ultimately asks more questions than it answers.
Winnie-the-Pooh's return is joy-filled and sweet, but struggles leaving the Hundred Acre Wood behind.
Rogue Nation poses the question: Is it possible for a movie to be too much fun?