Harold, the Jangly Man, and the Pale Lady, they’re ready to scare you.
Guillermo Del Toro’s adaptation hits theaters this summer.
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 …