Krampus Origins might sound amusing on paper, but it’s worth reiterating that this is not a candidate for the ‘’so-bad-it’s-good’’ club.
Although it clearly comes from a place of love, For the Love of the Boogeyman is a shallow documentary that has little new to offer.
While The Quiet Place manages to captivate with it’s intriguing concept, it ultimately comes across as slightly toothless.
By embracing old-fashioned creepiness and witty plotting, Ghost Stories distinguishes itself from the typical Blumhouse fare, leaving its competitors in the ecto-dust.
Alternating exclusively between two settings; these being ”Crushingly Dull” and ”Relentlessly Unpleasant”, The Executioners manages to be pull of the unenviable trick of being consistently off-putting.
Dead List might feel like a glorified home-movie, but it is consistently fun. Sometimes it manages to hold your attention by making you laugh at it but this is often balanced out by moments that show genuine promise and talent.
Steven Soderbergh’s psychological thriller, shot entirely on iphone, is well written, well refined, and clench inducing.
Harrison steps into the shimmer to review Alex Garland’s ambitious adaption of Annihilation.
It’s almost like they didn’t say anything about this film for a reason.