The violence of "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer" won't shock a modern audience, but this fictionalization of two real, complex serial killers stabs at the dark heart that contemporary horror rarely dares.
To put it bluntly, "The Infiltrator" was a crushing disappointment.
This all-female reboot has an all-star cast but doesn't quite harness the prodigious comedic chops.
This weekend I watched "Daddy the Movie," the film version of the amazing play, starring and directed by Gerald McCullouch. My verdict? Five Stars!
One of acclaimed horror director Wes Craven's earliest works comes out on Blu-ray again, this time in a Limited Edition box set.
Stale direction, clumsy writing and cringe-worthy performances turn a Philip Roth novel into a cinematic disaster.
Enthralling storytelling and indelible images combine in "The Handmaiden," one of the year's best films, with South Korean director Park Chan-wook ("Oldboy") at the top of his game.
Going back to the world of Jack Reacher is fitfully enjoyable, but showcases the two female co-stars more than its star.
A superior live-action, rotoscope-animation re-telling of the horrific 1966 UofT/Austin mass shooting by a madman.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa's latest is a less than "Creepy" cop and serial killer thriller that neither thrills nor creeps us out.