Mike Flanagan’s sequel to 2014’s awful Ouija is, weirdly enough, not awful.
Articles by Randall Colburn
Ti West’s star-studded Western is bloody, cruel, and absolutely hilarious.
Welcome to a paradise of insomniacs, nimrods, and American idiots.
Randall Colburn gets existential after revisiting Joss Whedon’s cult meta-horror film.
A gripping, thematically complex documentary that posits JT LeRoy as more than a literary curiosity.
James Wan’s blockbuster horror film haunted Randall Colburn in a unique way.
Brainy and pulpy sci-fi deftly balances complex themes, emotional depth, and high action.
Lazy, irresponsible, unfunny, and, somehow, not a satire.
Our film staff sets out to find one worthy remake from each year of the last three decades.
A thrilling, tense, and weirdly funny heist film anchored by a tight, no-nonsense script.
A powerful but excessive post-apocalyptic story of sisterhood.
Like standing next to an idiot with an air horn, never knowing when it’s about to blow.