Jesse Eisenberg and Alessandro Nivola excel in director Riley Stearns’ fanged social satire.
Morris’ pitch-black FBI satire marries sharp comedy with bracing doses of reality.
Josh Malerman’s freaky novel just might not be meant for the screen.
A compelling exploration of chosen families and the tragedy of self-preservation.
Blumhouse remains king of the modern techno-horror thriller.
Austin Vesely’s horror comedy is as likable as it is frustrating.
Film Review: The First Purge Manifests the Country’s Racial Tensions Into Furiously Satisfying Horror
A Purge for Trump’s America.
An appealing concept serving up some surface-level laughs and little else.
David Bruckner offers up a satisfying blend of visceral and psychological terror
The latest entry in J.J. Abrams’ sci-fi brand is dumb and intermittently amusing.