Eli Roth knows how to stage a dark setting, but needs work directing from a child's point of view when it comes to his family friendly The House with a Clock in its Walls.
Director Paul Feig moves away from straight-up comedy and delivers possibly his best movie to date with A Simple Favor.
White Boy Rick is a fascinating character drama that manages to gloss over the criminal elements.
Director Shane Black delivers an entertaining return to the franchise with The Predator, even though it is largely jumbled nonsense.
The Predator will keep action junkies out of rehab. The film entertains, but feels inordinately lighthearted.
Danny McBride is a crazy killer who completely looses his grip on reality as a bad situation steamrolls out of his control in the black comedy thriller Arizona.
Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump's relationship is explored in incendiary detail in the new documentary Active Measures.
Despite an unexpected and convincing performance from Jennifer Garner, Peppermint feels far too familiar.
Director Corin Hardy helps bring The Nun to life, but will it be able to survive on its own away from The Conjuring universe?
Lionsgate ends the summer in high fashion with Kin, an inventive adventure disguised as just another family drama.
Finding Adolf Eichmann was difficult, but getting him back to Israel undetected is the true challenge in Operation Finale.
Predators, cyberbullying, and online stalking are daily news stories that become a stark truth in Searching, which should be required viewing for parents.
Brian Henson takes his father's puppet creations to an R-rated setting that makes for a strangely satisfying crime drama in Happytime Murders.
Charlie Hunnam wastes away to a near skeleton in a new adaptation of Papillon.
An old horror staple gets a gory, and not-at-all politically correct reboot with Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich.
Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg team up for a fourth time in the entertaining but imperfect Mile 22.
Set at the end of the Ice Age, Alpha tells the enthralling story of how dogs became domesticated.
The Darkest Minds is a long way from being considered as strong as titles like The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner.
Come for the addictive allure of 1980s-era nostalgia, stay for the harrowing 3rd Act that will leave you gasping in Summer of 84.