Laurie Strode is done running from Michael Myers in this bloody sequel, but Halloween loses its momentum about midway through.
Warner Bros. Animation finally delivers a full throttle R-rated feature with the enthralling return of Constantine in City of Demons.
Goosebumps 2 is sadly lacking in creativity and there definitely was no effort to generate a new plot.
Oscar-winning Director Damien Chazelle breathes life into the story behind legendary Neil Armstrong with the Ryan Gosling drama First Man.
Though it's not really a great movie, Venom still shows a lot of promise and provides some fans for comic book movie lovers.
Tom Hardy can't come close to saving Venom from being a bad, if unintentionally funny, comic book movie disaster.
The Hate U Give is unwavering in its honesty as it pierces the heart of the racial divide in America.
Venom does not fulfill the potential of the character or the story and it lacks a harder edge with the PG-13 rating.
The juicy bits are scintillating, but Bad Times at the El Royale runs long in stretches.
Director Drew Goddard assembles a stellar cast for Bad Times at the El Royale, a stylish and thoroughly entertaining thriller.
A Star Is Born will enchant audiences, as Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga show off tremendous screen chemistry.
Andrew Garfield turns in a great performance in David Robert Mitchell's follow-up to It Follows with Under the Silver Lake.
A supporting cast of great comedians saves Night School from being a total loss.
Director Luca Guadagnino follows up Call Me By Your Name with a reimagining of Suspiria that is sure to be divisive.
Every kid who sees Smallfoot will leave the theater a bit smarter, and perhaps more curious about their environment.
Julius Avery directs Overlord, a great WWII movie with a sci-fi twist that comes loaded with J.J. Abrams' sensibilities and popcorn entertainment.
Director Gareth Evans leaves behind his action roots in favor of a brutal period dramatic horror bloodbath for Netflix.
Jamie Bell and Frank Grillo star in director Tim Sutton's brutal, gritty and unrelentingly dark bare-knuckle boxing drama Donnybrook.
Director David Gordon Green brings back Jamie Lee Curtis for a crowd-pleasing and inventive return of the Halloween franchise.