Get Out director Jordan Peele successfully avoids the sophomore slump with the enthralling horror masterpiece Us.
Shazam has the future of the DCEU looking a whole lot brighter.
The new documentary Stuffed takes the ick factor out of taxidermy by exploring the unusual art form.
Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn star in an unflinchingly brutal tale of police corruption with Dragged Across Concrete, from director S. Craig Zahler.
Will Forte and Maeve Higgins star in the horror/comedy Extra Ordinary, a loving send-up of the paranormal horror genre.
Us has a scary as hell, brilliant first act but the rest of the film doesn't hold up to scrutiny.
Directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer hauntingly reinterpret Stephen King's Pet Sematary for the big screen.
First time director Michael Chaves tackles a real-life horror tale from Mexican folklore in the latest chapter of the Conjuring universe.
Director Riley Stearns takes a dark look at masculinity through the lens of karate in The Art of Self-Defense.
Idris Elba's directorial debut has a great soundtrack, but Yardie struggles as a crime drama.
An outlaw gang overtakes a frontier town in the bleak Never Grow Old starring John Cusack, Emile Hirsch, Deborah Francois and Danny Webb
Roxanne Benjamin crafts a terrifying, isolated horror flick with Body At Brighton Rock, her solo feature directorial debut.
The Australian zombie movie Little Monsters is one of the very best titles to be shown at this year's SXSW.
Jacob Tremblay becomes our unexpected new favorite R-rated comedy star in Good Boys.
Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson deliver an excellent one-two punch in The Highwaymen as the men who took down Bonnie and Clyde.
Harmony Korine returns with his follow-up to Spring Breaks with The Beach Bum, a hilarious and dark stoner comedy for the modern age.
Marvel Studios treats Carol Danvers like a mediocre superhero movie from the beginning of the decade in Captain Marvel.
Dane DeHaan and Ethan Hawke underwhelm in director Vincent D'Onofrio's Billy the Kid western called The Kid.
Brie Larson is superb in a thrilling, hilarious adventure that threads together the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain Marvel.