Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell’s legendary terror goes from the stacks to the screen.
Chicago’s epidemic of gun violence is exploited in a film that revels in bloodshed.
Chicago’s gun violence epidemic will unfortunately serve as the backdrop to this tale of vengeance.
Colin Trevorrow’s return to indie filmmaking is a deeply unorthodox drama, for better and (mostly) worse.
An uninspired comedy that does little with its stacked, talented cast.
Atom Egoyan’s latest is best forgotten.
There’s nothing particularly bad about a movie that’s just sort of…fine. Not everything needs to be a transcendent film-going experience. Such movies are often described as “serviceable” or “entertaining but ultimately insubstantial.” Again, nothing wrong with that. The issue is …