One of the best movies writer-director Eli Roth ever made was only 3 minutes long.… continue
An "edgy" R-rated comedy with very little bite of its own.
Too self-serious to be a gory romp and too generic and grim to offer thrills.
Advertised as a bold swing, "The Flash" plays it safe.
Unrelenting absurdity that only exhausts itself in the final act.
A breezy good time despite its limitations.
Mitch Ringenberg looks at "A History of Violence" for our "Ew, David!" series.
The law of diminishing returns strikes "Scream VI."
Mandatory viewing for fellow weirdos.
A delightful whodunit and solid sequel to "Knives Out."
An unwieldy, messy beast where that messiness is part of the charm.